"Hudson's exact role in the coaching setup will be defined soon and in the interim, he will support the preparations and training for Town's Premier League debut in 2017/18 alongside Wagner and the technical staff".
"Then you'll see that they won't take just one step forward but two, three or four".
Palace did improve after the second-half restart in a bid to avoid an opening-day defeat for De Boer, who was sacked after only 85 days in charge in his previous managerial stint at Inter.
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The first goal, which came from a Huddersfield corner that was flicked on at the near post, was a mess defensively from Palace's perspective.as no one in a red and blue shirt took control of the situation.
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"It looks very promising for him to play again and to get back at the level he was at." the Dutchman claimed.
Dann blazed over in Palace's last chance to halve the deficit, with Mounie giving Huddersfield further reason for jubilation as he beat Hennessey's glove from Collin Quaner's pull back.
The 19-year-old was the first teenager to start a Premier League game for Crystal Palace since Tom Soares and Ben Watson in May 2005, and Mensah proved his capabilities with a solid performance against the recently promoted side.
Former Margate striker Freddie Ladapo was an unused substitute, along with teenager Jason Lokilo and South Korean worldwide Chung-yong Lee, and with Palace's only other senior striker with Premier League experience, Connor Wickham, still likely to be out until the new year, this could well be an area de Boer looks to strengthen before the end of August.