Huddersfield Town recall defender Romoney Crichlow-Noble from unsuccessful Hartlepool United loan spell after going five months without a National League appearance
Huddersfield Town have recalled young defender Romoney Crichlow-Noble from his loan spell at Hartlepool United due to a lack of first team opportunities.
The 20-year-old left-back started the opening two games of the National League season but has been restricted to just two substitute cup appearances since.
Crichlow-Noble was only named on the bench once under Dave Challinor in the National League but was an unused substitute.
He did feature off the bench in the impressive 1-0 victory over Exeter City in the second round of the FA Cup at Victoria Park last month.
But following his omission from the third round squad at Oxford United, Challinor confirmed: “Romoney has gone back to Huddersfield Town, which is why he wasn’t in the squad on Saturday.
“It’s mainly down to his own preference because he wants to play matches which is understandable but he’s not been able to get in here so that’s it really.”