Harriers Online. The wonderful world of Kidderminster Harriers

Aggborough news
Date: 22-05-07 Let's get friendly
The club announced what could be the final list of friendlies today but there could be one or two late changes.    As previously known we are to play just two League 1 clubs this year with the visits to Aggborough of Walsall and Cheltenham - no Villa, Wolves, Blues or Baggies then.

Dean Craven For the first time in ages we will be taking in a game at AFC Telford with our first ever visit to the New Bucks Head.    When we used to go there back in the nineties the place was, literally, a tip with ash from the power station used to create a cinder bank behind the one goal.    It's now quite a smart little stadium and also getting filled with fans now for a change.

There are a gaggle of former Harriers there now that Matty Lewis has just signed for them, former reserve Inderpaul Khela, Gary Birch, Steve Pope and also Dean Craven (right), he of the one game at Altrincham fame.    Sadly our former keeper Stuart Brock will not be there because he's just been placed on the transfer list.

The other highlight is the visit of FC United of Manchester to Aggborough.    This controversial club were formed by a Manchester Utd fans group while the takeover of the Premiership giant was un-folding.

It seems that the reason why they are coming down here for a friendly and not the other way around is because the rent on the ground that they are using for their games, Bury's Gigg Lane, is too high.    It'll be interesting to see them anyway and the game does have a novelty value.

    Full list of games:
  • Sat 15 July: Rushall Olympic -- Away 3:00pm
  • Sun 16 July: Bewdley Town -- Away 3:00pm
  • Sat 21 July: FC United -- Home 3:00pm
  • Tue 24 July: Cheltenham Town -- Home 7:45pm
  • Sat 28 July: AFC Telford -- Away 3:00pm
  • Tue 31 July: Walsall -- Home 7:45pm
  • Sat 4 Aug: Hinckley United -- Away 3:00pm
As you can see the other games are not all that exciting and are just there to make up the numbers.

For a list of websites for these clubs please try these pages:

All the others here

Photo © KHFC

Harriers Online @ Facebook

Midland Hydrographics. Proud to support Kidderminster Harriers FC and Harriers Online

Webamaze. Web design for you

Harriers Online forum


Join the KHIST 2020 lottery to raise funds for the club

Help to keep Harriers Online going

Harriers news straight to your desktop
Site © 1999- Harriers Online - all rights reserved  
This site is 100% unofficial and in no way represents the views of Kidderminster Harriers FC