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Date: 25-02-2009 gif Biggie fails to emulate his brother
Paul Bignot Defender Paul Bignot left the Harriers today by mutual consent after finding his chances of making the first team diminishing by the day.  With the rumours of Chris McPhee signing for us from beleaguered Weymouth it could also be seen as Mark Yates clearing the decks further to make way for his arrival.

Last week another defender, Michael Bowler, left the club and just prior to that Michael McGrath left to join Galway Utd.

When Bignot first arrived at Aggborough it was thought that he would be following in the steps of his older brother - the legendary Marcus Bignot.  It was not to be though and it never would.

Biggie junior first came here on loan from Crewe in October 2006 but got sent off in only his second game and was then re-called to Crewe after just three games.  He joined us permanently in June the following year and played a total of forty games before being sent out to Newport County on loan.  He arrived back at Aggborough this January.

He's now free to find another club but it's doubtful if cash strapped Newport will be his first port of call.

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