Huddersfield Town have suffered the joint-earliest relegation in Premier League history.
The Terriers fate was confirmed on Saturday, following their defeat at Crystal Palace.
Huddersfield have taken just 14 points so far this season, winning just three matches.
Only Derby County – in 2008 – have also suffered the ignominy of being relegated in March previously.
The loss in south London also ensures Huddersfield are the first side to be relegated in England’s top four divisions this
The Terriers drop to the second tier has been on the cards since a dismal start to the season.
A failure to score goals and a lack of a regular goalscorer has proved a huge problem, first for David Wagner and then
his successor, Siewert.
Now, 19 points from safety with just six games remaining, they are condemned to life back in the Championship.
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