Unfazed Terriers triumph
By Carla Hilton. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Huddersfield appeared unfazed by the exit of former boss Peter Jackson as they beat relegation threatened Bradford City 2-0 at the Galpharm Stadium on Saturday.
The Terriers got off to the best possible start when on-loan striker Paul Hayes netted his first for the club after just three minutes.
Hayes, on loan from Championship outfit Barnsley, converted a precise header from a corner taken by Andy Taylor on the right to put Huddersfield in front.
Despite their battling efforts, The Bantams struggled to make it back into the game with their only real chance coming from England Under 19 striker Moses Ashikodi.
The teenager, making his debut on loan from Premiership club Watford, raced into the box only to be denied by a brilliant tackle from defender Andy Holdsworth.
The second goal came 15 minutes from time, Danny Schofield sealing win number 11 for the Terriers this season.
Bradford, who have now gone nine games without a win, remain in the bottom four with only 38 points accumulated so far this season.