Steve Bruce has vowed to continue his chop-and-change policy for tonight's Capital One Cup third-round clash with Huddersfield.
Huddersfield have sacked manager Simon Grayson following the club's recent slide down the npower Championship table.
Huddersfield are one of five teams from our region hoping to make an impression in the Championship this season
Stephen King who is the chairman of the Huddersfield Town Supporters' Association says fans should not be restricted to travelling to the match by coach.
Huddersfield Town football fans have held a protest march against restrictions by the police for the Huddersfield Town game against Hull City.
Tickets to the game for Hull fans have been limited by the police and fans made to travel on official coaches to the match.
No Hull City fan will be able to travel to the stadium independently. Around 100 fans marched through Huddersfield town centre ending at the library.
– Chief Supt Tim Kingsman, West Yorkshire Police
"This afternoon's march has ended peacefully following a successful policing operation. We worked closely with the organiser beforehand to help him facilitate the event safely and I wish to thank those who took part for their conduct"
Huddersfield Town manager Mark Robins talks to John Shires about Saturday's Championship game against Yorkshire rivals Hull City - and the prospects for the rest of the season.
Mark Robins is reported to be in talks with Huddersfield Town over their vacant manager's position. Robins' current employers Coventry refused Town permission to talk with the former Rotherham and Barnsley boss earlier in the day.
But it's believed Robins has a clause in his contract which would allow him to leave should another club pay the correct level of compensation.
Academy coach Mark Lillis is likely to be in charge at Huddersfield Town until at least the middle of next week. Lillis has been in caretaker charge since Chairman Dean Hoyle sacked Simon Grayson two weeks ago, and he's overseen a win, a draw and a defeat.
Several candidates have already been interviewed, with former Scunthorpe and Southampton manager Nigel Adkins, and Graeme Jones, who's assistant boss at Wigan, still in the frame. Former England and Manchester United midfielder Nicky Butt is also an outside bet.
Today Lillis has been speaking about the managerial situation, the prospects for tomorrow's game against Championship leaders Cardiff, and last weekend's defeat against Derby County.
Former Scunthorpe and Southampton boss Nigel Adkins is the odds on favourite with the bookies to become the next manager of Huddersfield Town.
The Terriers - who take on Leicester City in the FA Cup 4th round tomorrow - sacked Simon Grayson yesterday after a run of 12 matches in the Championship without a win. More from Chris Dawkes.
Huddersfield Town have sacked manager Simon Grayson after the club's poor run of form. The Terriers have not won a game in the Championship since November 10 and they now sit in 18th place in the league table. Grayson won 17 of his 49 matches in charge of Huddersfield.
– Dean Hoyle, Huddersfield Town Chairman
"In making this decision, we have thought long and hard. It has been made with both the short term and long term needs of the Club in mind. We brought Simon in with the immediate aim to lead the Club to promotion and he did that at the first attempt. It is an achievement for which we are grateful. "However, having worked so hard to get back into the second tier we have to do everything we can to consolidate that position. After exceeding all our expectations in the early part of the season, our results and performances as a team and from individual players have tailed off alarmingly."
Sources close to the club say no one has been lined up to replace Grayson. Academy coach Mark Lillis will take charge for Saturday's FA Cup fourth round tie at home to Leicester City.
Huddersfield striker Alan Lee insists he was not to blame for Alex Bruce's red card on Saturday - despite being labelled a cheat by Hull boss Steve Bruce.
Hull's 2-0 win ended on a sour note as Alex Bruce was dismissed after the final whistle for lashing out at Lee, who appeared to have caught him with an elbow to the face moments before.
After the match, Steve Bruce, Alex's father, revealed they would appeal the dismissal and then criticised Lee, claiming his actions were "cowardly" and insinuating that he had deliberately got his son sent off.
However, Lee later said: "I put my arm up to protect myself. He reckoned I elbowed him, but if I caught him - it was his fault. Why was he trying to run across me? I'm not trying to close him down. Then he reacted afterwards by flying into me."