Davy ready to step down at Terriers

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Ken Davy has offered to stand down as Huddersfield chairman and form a new boardroom partnership with Adam Pearson.

Town chief willing to go into partnership with Pearson

Ken Davy has offered to stand down as Huddersfield chairman and form a new boardroom partnership with Adam Pearson. The former Hull chairman is eager to return to football and has already made a formal takeover bid for the League One outfit. Davy has always insisted he has no intention of selling his interest in the club, but it does look as though he would be willing to compromise. Suggesting a partnership with Pearson, Davy feels the duo could push the club forward over the next few years.

Partnership

"We've responded to Adam Pearson this morning and I have offered him a partnership in Huddersfield Town. "I will leave all my funds and existing loans in place and will look for him to match those loans so that we can take the club forward together. And given his long support for Huddersfield Town I would be very happy for him to take over as chairman. "I would also continue to support the club on a proportionate basis." Davy, who rescued Huddersfield from administration in 2003, oversaw promotion from League Two via the play-offs the following year.

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