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Corberan resigns as Huddersfield head coach

Huddersfield head coach Carlos Corberan has resigned from his position with Danny Schofield stepping up to take charge.

Spaniard Corberan, who guided the Terriers to the Championship play-off final last season where they were beaten by Nottingham Forest, met with head of football operations Leigh Bromby on Wednesday night before quitting his post after two years in charge, with assistant Jorge Alarcon also leaving the club.

The Terriers have not revealed whether Corberan, who had previously worked as assistant to former Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa, had received an offer from another club.

Huddersfield have announced Schofield will now lead the team ahead of their season-opener at home to Burnley on July 29, which is live on Sky Sports.

Bromby said: "It is with sadness that we have accepted Carlos' resignation. He was obviously a big part of what was a fantastic season in 2021/22, but he has subsequently come to us over the last 24 hours and made it clear that he doesn't think he is the man to take us forward.

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