Whisper it quietly, but the new Premier League season is not that far away now and, before you know it, we’ll but wondering just exactly what it’s like to not have football about…


Indeed, it isn’t long until we delve into another season of club football and so, as is customary at this time of year, it’s time to wheel out some season preview material.

Here at Rush Football, then, we’re taking a look at each Premier League club’s best four stars for the coming campaign and next up it’s Yorkshire outfit Huddersfield.

See if you agree with our selections…

Kasey Palmer


Palmer is just one of many players to have come through at Chelsea but not played anywhere near as much as he thought he might have.

Even so, he spent last season on loan at Huddersfield and surely won’t regret another year this time around after what was a stellar campaign.

He now has the chance to really forge a career for himself at this level and the Yorkshire side will be eager to see him deliver on that.

Aaron Mooy


Mooy is another player snapped up by a big side to only be let go with Manchester City the culprits this time.

Indeed, signed from his native Australia last summer, City let him go out on loan to Huddersfield where he quickly highlighted his quality.

One of the best midfielders in the division alongside Tom Cairney, Mooy deserved to be in the Premier League this year regardless of whether Huddersfield were going to make it but, thankfully for them, both are now ready to take it on together.

Elias Kachunga


Kachunga really has been an inspired signing and will be eager to prove he can cut it as an attacker in one of the biggest leagues in the world.

He’s got plenty of pace and power to help him in that cause and is the perfect man to lead David Wagner’s high energy pressing style.

For sure, he’ll need to be clinical but if he can manage that he should be a handful for plenty of Premier League defenders.

Christopher Schindler


So often it’s the forwards who get praised for their displays when a club earns promotion to the Premier League.

Centre-half Schindler, though, deserves just as much thanks to his at times colossal displays at the back for the club.

Indeed, he was right at the heart of the club’s play-off run as defensive solidarity saw them through and, oh, he scored the winning penalty in the final against Reading.

Certainly a lesser known name to keep an eye out for.

What do you think? Let us know!



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