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Ternent leaves Terriers

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Huddersfield have parted company with manager Stan Ternent.

The 62-year-old ends a six-month spell at the Galpharm Stadium with the Terriers languishing in 16th place in League One after winning just four of their 15 league matches this term.

Assistant boss Ronnie Jepson and first-team coach Mick Docherty have also left the club, along with vice-chairman Andrew Watson, who was instrumental in taking the former Burnley, Bury and Oldham boss to the club.

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