|Date of Game|
|Dec 29th 2010||
New Signings at College Grove
|Dec 11th 2010||
Cammell Laird 3 Wakefield 2
|Dec 9th 2010||
Tonks Returns To Wakefield
|Nov 22nd 2010||
Nicholson Appointed As Wakefield FC Manager
|Nov 20th 2010||
|Nov 16th 2010||
Wakefield 1 Harrogate Railway Athletic 3
|Nov 13th 2010||
Just a general
update to keep everyone posted on the 'goings on'!
|Nov 13th 2010||
Battling Bears Hold Title Chasing Chorley
|Nov 6th 2010||
Wakefield Lose 4-1 At Bamber Bridge
|Nov 2nd 2010||
Bears Out of West Riding Cup After Defeat at Harrogate
|Oct 30th 2010||
Plucky Wakefield Earn Home Point Against Warrington
|Oct 26th 2010||
Bears Through In President's Cup After Victory at Woodley
|Oct 16th 2010||
Bears Run Out Winners in Nicholson's First Game in Charge
Wakefield ran out 1-0 winners after a close first game as manager for right back Steve Nicholson.
started in a 4-3-3 formation. Nicholson returned from injury in place of
Brandon Kane at right back. Adam Jones joined Marc Roberts and Jay
Edwards in midfield, and there were places in the starting eleven for
both Ian Robinson and Wayne Shooter who played out wide of central
striker Tom Denton.
Management Restructuring at
|Oct 12th 2010||
Wakefield Beaten After Penalty Shoot Out
Wakefield twice took the lead against Durham, but were beaten on penalties after a 2-2 draw in the League Cup First Round tie at College Grove.
started in goal for Wakefield and midfielder Adam Jones started on the
substitutes bench. Jay Edwards returned from injury and took Jones'
place in the centre of midfield. Elliott Firth also returned to the side
in place of the unavailable Wayne Shooter. Delroy Ferguson started in
wide midfield and there was no place in the squad for Cameron Lyn.
|Oct 2nd 2010||
Bears Hammered At Skelmersdale
Wakefield were beaten 5-1 in their FA Trophy Preliminary Round tie at Skelmersdale.
25 yard free kick in the sixth minute put Skelmersdale ahead and when an
error by goalkeeper Ashley Timms gifted the home side their second goal
Wakefield were already staring at defeat with only part of the first
Wakefield have signed experienced centre back James Stansfield ahead of tomorrow's FA Trophy tie at Skelmersdale.
32 year old Stansfield has played for Halifax Town in the football league and also played for Ossett Town, Bradford Park Avenue, Liversedge, Guiseley and Frickley Athletic, along with more recently featuring for Wakefield's Division One North rivals Ossett Albion.
|Sep 29th 2010||
Bears Beaten by Huddersfield in Friendly
Wakefield were beaten 2-0 by Huddersfield Town in the rearranged friendly fixture.
The Wakefield side gave a good account of themselves and were only down 0-1 at half time.
A late first half penalty and an own goal in the second half saw The Bears beaten 2-0.
match report at Hudd Town website
|Sep 28th 2010||
Durham City 3-1 Wakefield
Despite a much improved performance, Wakefield fell to a 3-1 defeat at Durham City.
New signing from Garforth Town Cameron Lyn debuted in wide midfield. A defensive change saw Marc Roberts partner Wes Milnes at centre back, Luke Danville started the game on the bench. Steve Nicholson was ruled out after pulling a hamstring in training on Monday night with Brandon Kane taking his place at right back.
Wakefield controlled the game from the word off, enjoying two thirds of the possession over the 90 minutes, with Durham struggling to cope with Wakefield's much better football.
However, it was the north east side that took the lead midway through the first half. A poor kick out from Ashley Timms was fired straight back by Jay Edwards, leaving Durham's Stephen Thompson clean through goal and he made no mistake in slotting the ball home.
Wakefield continued to play good football and got the equaliser they deserved on the stroke of half time. A counter attack saw good interlinking play between Cameron Lyn and Delroy Fergusn before the ball was played through to Aidan Morris who had made his way forward from left back. Morris held off the challenge of the Durham defenders and coolly slotted the ball past the onrushing Durham goalkeeper Lewis Graham.
At half time it looked like only one side would come out and win it but Durham had other ideas. Amar Purwal somehow got the better of three defenders to fire through Timms' legs within ten minutes of the restart.
Moments later giant centre half Ross Wilkinson beat Tom Denton to a free kick to power a header into the net. Timms got a hand to it, but couldn't prevent the ball from continuing into the goal.
Wakefield did have a goal disallowed when Wes Milnes converted after a Denton head down following a set piece, the referee adjudging that Denton had been climbing on a Durham defender.
But otherwise they struggled to make their possession and football turn into goalscoring opportunities with Lewis Graham not tested enough during the game.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Wes Milnes
Wakefield: Timms, Kane, Morris, Roberts, Milnes (c), Edwards (Glavin 46), Firth (Danville 80), Jones, Lyn, Ferguson (Torbitt 82). Sub Not Used: Burgin.
|Sep 25th 2010||
Bears Beaten at Home By Trafford
Wakefield slumped to a 3-0 home defeat against Trafford at College Grove.
Delroy Ferguson and Marc Roberts returned from injury in place of Elliott Firth and the injured Ian Robinson in the starting line up for Wakefield.
Trafford worried the Wakefield defence with their swift attacking play from the start and went in front on 24 minutes when Andy Lundy was on hand to convert a low cross at the far post.
Delroy Ferguson hit the post for Wakefield as The Bears looked to find an equaliser before half time.
The second half started pretty evenly, but Trafford extended their advantage on 72 minutes when captain Paul Ashton curled a free kick into the net from the right wing.
Callum Byrne added a third Trafford goal deep into stoppage time.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Wes Milnes.
Wakefield: Timms, Nicholson, Morris, Roberts, Milnes, Danville, Torbitt (Shooter 47), Jones, Edwards (Glavin 84), Denton, Ferguson (Firth 73). Subs Not Used: Laight, Kane.
|Sep 21st 2010||
Last Gasp Winner Sees Bears Through In Cup
An Adam Jones goal in the seventh minute of added time saw Wakefield beat their Division One South opponents Brigg Town in the President's Cup.
Wakefield were without Marc Roberts (hamstring) with new signing Matt Torbitt (ex Stockport County and New Mills) replacing him in the starting line up. One other change saw Luke Danville return and Craig Laight drop to the bench. There was also a place for Wayne Shooter on the substitute's bench who has recovered from an ankle injury.
Tom Denton fired Wakefield into a 17th minute lead, but Brigg were soon back on level terms as Sam West stole in unmarked to glance home.
The sides were pretty even and went in level at 1-1 at the break.
In the second half both sides had chances to score. Adam Jones skipped over three challenges only to be denied by Brigg substitute goalkeeper Danny Minshall who had entered the field of play after half time.
Just as extra time was looming, Brigg cleared off the line at one end and Wakefield just about cleared their lines at the other.
Then The Bears broke up field and substitute Shooter got away from his man down the right to pull the ball back to Adam Jones who squeezed it home from eight yards.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Adam Jones
Wakefield: Timms, Nicholson, Morris, Edwards, Milnes (c), Danville, Firth (Glavin 56), Jones, Robinson (Shooter 46), Denton, Torbitt. Subs Not Used: Laight, Kane.
|Sep 18th 2010||
Heavy Defeat For Bears at Fylde
Wakefield slumped to a 4-0 defeat in their league fixture at Fylde
The Bears had marshalled their ambitious hosts well during the early part of the game, with Fylde only managing a couple of goalscoring chances which new Wakefield goalkeeper Ashley Timms was more than equal to.
However, Wakefield fell behind five minutes before the half time break when Wes Milnes diverted a low ball across goal into his own net.
The game looked far from over at half time, but Fylde came out firing on all cylinders after the break, quickly racing into a four goal lead before the hour mark.
The pick of the Fylde goals was an unstoppable 25 yard curling free kick that crashed in off the underside of the bar.
Fylde could have extended their lead on several occasions, but Timms was in excellent form, making several superb saves.
To add to Wakefield's woes they were forced to play the final fifteen minutes with ten men after substitute Josh Burgin limped off with a knee injury and all three substitutes had already been used.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Ashley Timms
Wakefield: Timms, Nicholson, Morris, Roberts, Milnes (c), Laight, Firth (Burgin), Jones, Robinson (Barlow), Denton, Edwards (Glavin). Sub Not Used: Kane.
|Sep 11th 2010||
Wakefield Earn Home Win Against Lancaster
A much improved performance saw Wakefield earn a 2-0 home win against Lancaster.
Wakefield welcomed Craig Laight back into the starting line up with Brandon Kane also starting at right back. Steve Nicholson moved into midfield in place of the unavailable Adam Jones. Delroy Ferguson returned on the wing in place of Danny Barlow who dropped to the bench.
The two sides went in at 0-0 at the break after a fairly even first 45 minutes. Wakefield had lost Kane to an injury ten minutes before half time, with Jay Edwards replacing him and Nicholson moving back to his standard right back slot.
Wakefield went in front five minutes into the second half when Craig Laight's header following a corner was adjudged to have crossed the line by the assistant referee, despite the best efforts of the defender on the goalline.
Lancaster tried to come back at Wakefield, but the home defence stood firm and the visitors could not find a way through.
Tom Denton's late far post header sealed the points for Wakefield.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Tom Denton.
Wakefield: Herring, Kane (Edwards 34), Morris, Roberts, Milnes (c), Laight, Firth (Glavin 86), Nicholson, Robinson, Denton, Ferguson (Burgin 84). Sub Not Used: Barlow.
|Sep 8th 2010||
Wakefield Beaten at Witton
Injury hit Wakefield slumped to a 3-1 defeat at Witton Albion to leave The Bears with only a solitary victory from their first five league games.
Delroy Ferguson (broken foot) and Craig Laight (gashed head) were both ruled out after picking up injuries against Chester at the weekend. Ferguson joins the long term injured list which also includes Ryan Pleasants, Will Ryder and Luke Danville.
Wakefield handed debuts to two new signings, centre back Michael Mills from Bardsey FC and ex Huddersfield Town left winger Danny Barlow.
The Bears matched Witton for much of the game but were punished by striker Andy Kinsey who took advantage of defensive errors to fire in a hat trick.
Kinsey's first goal came from a header midway through the first half. Tom Denton had an effort cleared off the line, but Kinsey took full advantage once more moments before the break when he netted his and Witton's second.
Kinsey's third goal early in the second half sealed the victory.
Marc Roberts dropped back to centre half with Jay Edwards entering the fray in midfield in place of Mills. Wakefield looked much more solid and pulled a goal back via Tom Denton's coolly taken penalty four minutes from time, awarded after a handball in the box.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Tom Denton.
Wakefield: Herring, Nicholson, Morris, Roberts, Milnes (c), Mills (Edwards 49), Firth (Glavin 79), Jones, Robinson, Denton, Barlow (Burgin 60). Sub Not Used: Kane.
|Sep 4th 2010||
Bears Beaten at Home By Chester
Wakefield were eventually beaten 2-1 by Chester after battling back from a goal down at half time.
The Bears made several changes to the side that drew at Ossett Albion. Josh Herring started in goal in place of Jan Zolna who has joined Yorkshire Amateur. Elliott Firth returned on the wing replacing Ryan Pleasants who is out for around 12 weeks with a torn hamstring. Ian Robinson debuted up front after joining the club from Lanzarote, Wayne Shooter dropped to the bench. Steve Nicholson returned in place of Brandon Kane at right back and Craig Laight replaced Jay Edwards in the starting eleven after returning from a suspension.
Chester shaded the opening 45 minutes and deserved their half time lead. Captain George Horan was the goalscorer midway through the half.
Delroy Ferguson had a glorious chance to equalise on the stroke of half time after been put through by the lively Robinson, but was denied by goalkeeper Richard Whiteside.
Wakefield came back strongly after half time and deserved their equaliser on 52 minutes. Elliott Firth drove the ball into the net from 20 yards after a good run infield from the right.
Chester came back at The Bears after the equaliser and had several chances to score but Josh Herring was in good form in the home goal. Stuart Graves eventually slotted home the winner with 15 minutes left.
Wakefield tried to find another equaliser but couldn't break down the Chester defence. Tom Denton had a good chance to score right at the death but didn't get a good connection on his shot and Whiteside made a comfortable save.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Wes Milnes
Wakefield: Herring, Nicholson, Morris, Roberts, Milnes (c), Laight, Firth, Jones, Robinson, Denton, Ferguson (Glavin 81). Subs Not Used: Kane, Burgin, Shooter.
|Aug 30th 2010||
Wakefield Held by Ten Man Ossett
A Delroy Ferguson goal earned Wakefield a point against an Ossett side who had lost Darren Utley to a red card early in the game.
Wakefield welcomed Wayne Shooter back into the starting line up in place of the suspended Danny South. Jay Edwards came in for Adam Sparkes and Brandon Kane replaced Steve Nicholson at right back. Nicholson was unavailable due to work commitments.
The two sides were evenly matched from the start before Ossett were reduced to ten men when Utley was shown what looked a very harsh red card for a foul on Ferguson.
Wakefield had earlier lost Ryan Pleasants through injury with Nash Connolly coming on to replace him.
Ossett snatched the lead on the stroke of half time when Richard Tracey stole in at the far post to score.
Wakefield replaced goalkeeper Jan Zolna with Josh Herring during the half time break.
Wakefield tried to make their extra man count after the break but were constantly thwarted by a dogged Ossett defence.
Tom Denton had a glorious chance to equalise but fired straight at the Ossett goalkeeper from close range.
Ferguson equalised for Wakefield with an excellent finish from 10 yards after latching onto a ball forward.
Wakefield couldn't find a second goal and were forced to settle for a point.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Tom Denton.
Wakefield: Zolna (Herring 46), Kane, Morris, Roberts, Milnes (c), Edwards (Glavin 87), Pleasants (Connolly 12), Jones, Shooter, Denton, Ferguson. Subs Not Used: Ivanov, Burgin.
|Aug 28th 2010||
Bears Out of FA Cup After Defeat by Ashington
Wakefield are out of The FA Cup after a hat-trick from Stephen Young saw Northern League Ashington come from 2-0 down to win at College Grove.
Youth team defender Adam Sparkes made his first team debut at centre half in place of Luke Danville who had sufferred a broken heel during an accident at work in midweek. One other change saw Ryan Pleasants start in place of Elliott Firth who was unavailable.
Marc Roberts headed Wakefield into a deserved 9th minute lead and when Tom Denton lashed in from close range on 23 minutes after Roberts' header had come back off the post, it looked as though Wakefield were well on their way to victory.
A mistake from goalkeeper Jan Zolna allowed Stephen Young to pull a goal back before half time and Young then equalised for the visitors midway through the second half.
Ashington dominated the second period of play and Young slotted past Zolna deep into injury time to give the Northern League side victory.
Wakefield: Zolna, Nicholson, Morris, Roberts, Milnes (c), Sparkes, Pleasants (Burgin 65), Jones, South, Denton, Ferguson. Subs Not Used: Herring, Glavin, Edwards, Kane.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Tom Denton.
|Aug 24th 2010||
Superb Performance Sees Bears Win at Home
Wakefield put in a first class performance to beat Leigh Genesis 3-0 in their opening home league match.
Danny South put an unchanged Wakefield side in front on 19 minutes with an excellent finish from 10 yards.
Luke Danville rattled the crossbar from inside the penalty area and Tom Denton headed against a post as Wakefield looked to add to their tally.
Denton finally scored the second goal ten minutes before the break when he finished off a superb move involving South and Adam Jones.
Leigh battled strongly in the second half but struggled to create chances and Wakefield took full advantage in the closing stages as Denton scored his second goal to make the game safe with a well placed finish that went in off the far post.
Leigh's Keiran Molyneux was dismissed late in the game for a second booking.
Wakefield: Zolna, Nicholson, Morris, Roberts, Milnes (c), Danville, Firth (Pleasants 74), Jones (Glavin 88), South, Denton, Ferguson (Burgin 84). Subs Not Used: Edwards, Kane.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Danny South.
|Aug 21st 2010||
Last Gasp Goal Denies Bears a Point
Wakefield were denied what would have been a well earned point after a late goal at Skelmersdale after going down to ten men in the first half.
The Bears took an early lead in the fifth minute when Marc Roberts looping header from 15 yards went in off the post.
Jan Zolna was in superb form to deny the home side on more than one occassion, but Skelmersdale levelled from the penalty spot after 27 minutes after Luke Danville had handled on the goalline. Danville was shown a straight red card leaving Wakefield to try and hold out with ten men for the remainder of the game.
Skelmersdale enjoyed the better of the second half possession, but Wakefield always looked dangerous on the counter attack and from set pieces.
Just as it looked as if Wakefield would hold out, Karl O'Donnell pounced from close range with three minutes left after Zolna could only push a low drive into his path.
It was a superb performance from the entire Wakefield team however and they can take much encouragement from the game into Tuesday's match against Leigh Genesis.
Wakefield: Zolna, Nicholson, Morris, Roberts, Milnes, Danville, Firth (Glavin), Jones, South (Edwards), Denton, Ferguson (Pleasants). Sub Not Used: Connolly.
Wakefield FC Man of the Match: Wes Milnes.
|Aug 14th 2010||
Wakefield Beaten by Frickley in Friendly Match
Wakefield lost their final friendly game against local rivals Frickley Athletic at College Grove, despite a second half revival.
The Bears were 3-0 down at half time, but came back in the second half to leave the final score line at 3-2 to the visitors.
Wakefield's goalscorers were Tom Denton and a Danny South penalty.
|Aug 11th 2010||
Wakefield to Face Rothwell on Wednesday Night
Wakefield have arranged a friendly against Rothwell this Wednesday night, the 11th August, at College Grove, kick off 7:30pm.
|Aug 7th 2010||
2010/11 Season Tickets Now Available!
Wakefield FC Season Tickets for the coming season are now available for purchase.
The prices have been frozen at the same level as last season - £110 adults, £90 concessions and £60 students.
Season tickets can be ordered by emailing Dan Brownhill at email@example.com or via the club's online shop.
|Aug 6th 2010||
New Friendly Fixture - Friday 6th August
Wakefield have a hastily arranged friendly tomorrow night at Campion FC near Bradford, kick off 6:45pm.
Campion play on Scotchman Road near Bradford, the postcode is BD9 5AT.
|Aug 3rd 2010||
Bears Beaten 5-0 by Leeds
Wakefield were beaten 5-0 by a Leeds United XI at College Grove last night in front of a bumper crowd.
The Bears welcomed Chris Howarth and Will Ryder back into the starting eleven, with Jay Edwards and Ryan Pleasants only starting the game on the substitutes' bench.
Leeds Academy's Dominic Poleon put Leeds ahead in the first half with Wakefield matching their visits for periods of the opening 45 minutes to leave the score at 1-0 at half time.
Wakefield netted two unfortunate own goals in the second period whilst Davide Somma and Andy Robinson both also netted for Leeds, the last of the goals a late penalty.
Jason Crowe completed 90 minutes for Leeds after a recent injury and Lubo Michalik also played the full game.
Wakefield: Herring, Laight, Morris, Roberts, Milnes, Ryder, Denton, Firth, South, Howarth, Jones. Subs: Connelly, Glavin, Danville, Pleasants, Edwards, Pierpoint, Burgin, Nicholson, Ferguson, Zolna, Yorath.
Leeds United: Martin, Crowe, Michalik, L Turner, Robinson, Hatfield, McCann, Taylor, Poleon, Somma. Subs: Killock, Payne, N Turner, Birbeck, Lenighan.
|Jul 30th 2010||
Wakefield Earn Comfortable Win at Penistone
Wakefield strolled to a 3-0 win in their pre-season friendly fixture at Penistone Church.
Danny South opened the scoring in the first half with a close range effort.
An own goal made the score 2-0 midway through the second half, and subsitute Luke Danville converted the third late in the game.
Wakefield started with Craig Laight at right back with Marc Roberts continuing his partnership with Wes Milnes in central defence. The game also saw a first outing for goalkeeper Jordan Yorath who replaced Josh Herring at half time.
Wakefield: Herring, Laight, Morris, Roberts (c), Milnes, Jones, Denton, Edwards, South, Firth, Pleasants. Substitutes: Burgin, Connelly, Danville, Bent, Glavin, Yorath (gk).
Denton Hat-Trick Earns Wakefield Victory
Wakefield ran out 4-2 winners in their latest friendly match at Rossington Main.
Wakefield went 3-0 up in the first half hour of the game with two goals from Tom Denton and one from the outstanding Adam Jones.
But The Bears relaxed before half time, allowing their hosts to pull two goals back to make the score 3-2 at half time.
Denton completed his hat-trick in the second half to make the final score 4-2 to Wakefield. Wakefield then had a further "goal" disallowed when the ball clearly crossed the line in a similar fashion to the Frank Lampard disallowed "goal" at the world cup.
It was an excellent performance from Wakefield who looked tidy and compact, defended very well and played some nice attractive football, with the strike partnership of Denton and Danny South working well.
Wakefield included goalkeeper Josh Herring and midfielder Jay Edwards in their starting line up. Herring is a 19 year old goalkeeper who has previously been on the books at Cardiff City and Sheffield Wednesday, Edwards has relocated to the area from Merseyside.
Wakefield: Herring, Pierpoint (Burgin), Morris, Jones, Milnes, Roberts, Denton, Edwards (Glavin), South, Howarth, Pleasants.
|Jul 24th 2010||
Wakefield Beaten in Opening Friendly
Wakefield surrended a two goal lead to lose 3-2 in their hastily arranged friendly at Yorkshire Amateur.
The game was only organised late in the week after Yorkshire Amateur's original opposition had pulled out at the last minute and The Bears agreed to step in for their first pre season fixture.
Josh Burgin's corner was deflected in and Danny South made the score 2-0 before the home side pulled a goal back through Dempsey Smith after a long ball down the middle caught out the Wakefield defenders.
Two goalkeeping errors then gifted the game to Yorkshire Amateur. Jan Zolna was first beaten to the ball by an opposition player after charging out and then caught in possession trying to take the ball around Yorkshire Amateur's forward players, giving the home team two easy goals and allowing Dempsey Smith to complete his hat-trick.
Wakefield included trialist and former Frickley right back Shaun Pierpoint in the starting line up. One injury worry was Will Ryder who left the field in the first half with a thigh injury and had to be replaced by Conor Glavin. Craig Laight could only make the bench for the fixture due to injury with Marc Roberts starting alongside Wes Milnes at centre half.
Wakefield: Zolna, Pierpoint, Morris, Roberts, Milnes, Pleasants, Burgin, Ryder, South, Howarth, Jones, Subs: Glavin, Ferguson, Laight.
Worsbrough Friendly Postponed
Tomorrow night's friendly at Worsbrough Bridge has had to be postponed as the Park Road pitch is not yet ready.
The next arranged friendly involving the Bears is next Wednesday, July 28th, at Rossington Main.
|Jul 14th 2010||
Huddersfield Game Likely To Be Mid August
Wakefield FC are still awaiting concrete news, but indications are that the postponed game from last Saturday will be played in mid August.
The match will be one of Wakefield's final friendlies before they begin their 2010/11 Evo-Stik League campaign at Skelmersdale United on August 21st.
All tickets purchased for the original match will be valid for the rearranged fixture.
|Jul 10th 2010||
Huddersfield Town Game Postponed
Unfortunately, Wakefield's friendly game against Huddersfield Town had to be postponed just 45 minutes before kick off.
The pitch was deemed unplayable after an inspection by both sides, following the recent dry weather. Wakefield FC would like to apologise for the postponement.
The game will be rescheduled for a later date. Further information on this is expected on Tuesday or Wednesday of this coming week. Details will be posted online as soon as we have them.
All tickets purchased for the original game, either online or at the gate, are valid for the rearranged game.
|Jul 8th 2010||
Huddersfield Game on Saturday-All first team playing!!
The Bears are delighted to announce that Huddersfield Town are bringing the first team squad on Saturday
A message from the Board Of Directors was, this afternoon , sent to WFC to confirm that the first team will be attending on Saturday.
Acknowledging Huddersfield's tough game at College Grove last season, Lee Clark has confirmed that the first eleven will be coming to The Bears Den on Saturday.
New signing and ex-Premier League player Joey Gudjohnson is expected to make his debut at College Grove, as is Gary Naysmith, and we also welcome Jordan Rhodes, Tom Clarke, Danny Drinkwater, Lee Novak, Alex Smithies, Alex Smithies, Michael Collins, Tom Clark, Peter Clarke, Gary Roberts, Lee Peltier and Theo Robinson amongst other.
The management team of The Boss (Lee Clark), Terry McDermott, Steve Black, Derek Fazackerley and Paul Stephenson will also be present.
The Bears look forward to welcoming The Terriers on Saturday and hope they all have a great time at the game and in our new bar!!