July 19, 2024

Striker Jordan Rhodes has reignited his career on loan at Blackpool from Huddersfield Town this season.

It has been a tough few years for Rhodes, and after falling out of favour at Huddersfield under former manager Neil Warnock, he joined Blackpool on loan in August.

Rhodes has been in excellent form since his move to Bloomfield Road, and he will be keen to help the Seasiders to promotion back to the Championship at the first attempt this season.

The striker is out of contract at Huddersfield in the summer, and if he does depart the John Smith’s Stadium, he will be fondly remembered by Terriers supporters for his contribution over two spells at the club.

Rhodes first joined Huddersfield from Ipswich Town in July 2009 for a fee of £350,000, with then Tractor Boys manager Roy Keane allowing him to leave, and it was a decision the Irishman would live to regret.

 

 

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