Paul Clough leaves Huddersfield

Paul Clough has left Huddersfield by mutual consent, ending his three-year spell at the club. 

Clough, 32, originally joined the Giants in 2017 from Bradford and has made 79 appearances for the John Smith’s Stadium side.

Richard Thewlis, Huddersfield managing director said: “Paul was not going to be offered a deal for 2021, so the decision was made to settle his contract early.

“The coaching staff were comfortable with the selection of middles, with Gavet, Matagi, English, Wilson, Ta’ai, Walne, Kirby and Lawrence, who are all available for selection as it stands, as well as our young International Academy prop Robson Stevens should we need to draft him into action later in the year.

“We would like to thank Paul for his service to the club and wish him all the best for the future. He has been an excellent player and person for us and will in my view undoubtedly be a great pick-up for any club that is looking for an experienced forward in 2021.”

“We would like to thank Paul for his service to the club and wish him all the best for the future.”

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