Team almost complete for Hereford
The Harriers today confirmed that Kenny Coleman, Adam Willis, Nick Heath and Graham Ward have all agreed one year contracts. Only John Williams is left to ponder over now that Kyle Lightbourne was released on Wednesday evening.
Williams is doubtful for the trip to one of his old clubs tomorrow, the non-league minnows, Hereford Utd.
Also still out will be Matt Gadsby. He's out for quite a while with a torn knee ligament.
I fully expect Brit to sign another striker sometime next week. The fact that we're a bit weak up front won't have escaped his notice. This may be a new face but is more than likely to be Andy Bishop.
He was expected to sign on loan for a Scottish club last week but that didn't happen and by not playing on Wednesday when Walsall played at Aggborough gave credence to his being our next loan signing.
Hereford have tried to get into the transfer market but have been turned down by a few out of work players. One of these being Peter Wilding. He left Shrewsbury at the end of the season and had a trial at Edgar St but has now decided to play part time for Welshpool instead.
They played a friendly against Birmingham City on Thursday and lost 1-0 but they did unveil Ryan Green as their new signing. He had a trial at the Harriers at the start of 2001 after leaving Wolves but was not taken on.
He then joined Torquay, Millwall, Cardiff City and Sheffield Wednesday in quick succession. His arrival at Hereford is a straight replacement for the ex Harrier, Matt Clark. He joined Telford Utd recently.
This will the be last chance, publicly, that Brit will get a chance to assess his side so we should expect to see something that will resemble the starting line-up for the first game of the new season against Mansfield next week.