|Job||English Football Coach|
|Lincoln City manager|
|Club as Player||Lincoln City FC|
2017 02 04 Retrieve
[Danny Cowley reflects on the non-league side’s 3-1 come-from-behind win over Championship leaders Brighton & Hove Albion in the English FA Cup fourth round] We used the analogy beforehand that if beating them was like getting to the moon, doing so after going behind would be like getting to Pluto
2020 04 06 Retrieve
[Huddersfield Town and Aaron Mooy deal to Brighton] Everyone knows the quality Aaron Mooy possesses. His understandable preference is to play in the Premier League, and he’s been doing very well at Brighton. I think the club did good business in the summer to protect the investment made in Aaron and now we wish him all the best for the future
2020 04 10 Retrieve
[Town fans were left frustrated that both Mooy’s loan fee and his permanent transfer fee were kept undisclosed under the terms of the deal. Danny Cowley expressed his sympathy for that, but said] A deal was done in the summer [with Mooy].
It was done in the interests of all parties. Aaron Mooy didn’t have to sign a deal at that point, he only had a year left on his contract; he did because he wanted to do the right thing by Huddersfield Town and I think we really respect that.
Obviously for him to sign a new deal there would have been certain clauses in place. As a consequence Brighton have triggered that clause and have signed him.
I think Phil did a really good piece of business on the deadline day of the summer window to put us in a position where we got good money for him. I think you always want more money, of course, but we take the money we’ve got for him, we wish him well, we wish Brighton well, and we move on as a football club