Wagner’s leadership last year culminated with Huddersfield’s dramatic win over Reading and promotion to the top flight.
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Brighton and Hove Albion and Huddersfield Town are the fresh-faced newcomers in the Premier League this season, while Rafael Benitez's Newcastle United return after a term in the Championship.When manager Chris Hughton surveys the team sheet for his side's opener against Manchester City, he will see an opposing lineup bolstered by over 200 million pounds ($260 million) of new signings.Having silenced the critics who wrote off him and his team 12 months ago, Wagner will again start this season with few giving Huddersfield a chance on their first appearance in the top flight since 1972 . He will not be intimidated by the Premier League big guns and has already broken the club's transfer record three times in the close-season in a 35 million pound spree on Laurent Depoitre, Aaron Mooy and Steve Mounie.
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