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Huddersfield Town caused a huge stir at the beginning of the season by sporting a sash boasting a company logo on their newly released shirt.

They wore the horrendous looking design for a friendly against Rochdale, a stunt which drew a fine from the FA. A report by the BBC confirms how they were fined £50,000 and were also warned about their future conduct by an independent regulatory commission.

The Terriers had just dropped out of the Premier League and their new kit was nothing more than a high-profile stunt. The company involved claimed that they were in fact handing football shirts back to the fans, by removing logos and going for more traditional designs.

Since the stunt, The Terriers have dismissed manager Jan Siewert and appointed a new man.  Danny and Nicky C

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