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Date: 26-09-2008 A tale of two Counties
Neil Mackenzie In a surprise move today the former Harriers midfielder, Neil Mackenzie, returned to the club on a month long loan from League 2 strugglers Notts County.  Since leaving Aggborough under a cloud back in July 2001 he has been around quite a few lower division sides with his crowning achievement probably being part of the Scunthorpe Utd side that competed for one season in the Championship.

He had originally agreed with the then Harriers manager Jan Molby to sign a years extension to his contract but then reneged on the deal by suddenly turning up in Blackpool to sign a contract with them instead.  He spoke to the press following the deal saying:
"I'm joining Blackpool because they can give me the opportunity to play at a higher level and they are a bigger club than Kidderminster.
I played against Blackpool last season and know how good the team is and that was proved by their promotion."

Paul Bignot Looks like he's prepared to play for minnow club once more.

Apart from the history he looks like being a useful acquisition for the Harriers and could be that creative player that we are looking for.  He's travelled down to Eastbourne with the club tonight but he's likely to start on the bench.

His signing may mean some clarification on the whereabouts of Dean Bennett later on this week.

In a move the other way Paul Bignot went out on loan to Newport County today after failing to break through into the starting fifteen this season.  He signed for us last season from Crewe but has failed to live up to the line we were fed when he came that he was just as good, if not better, than his brother Marcus.

He too is on a month long loan but he's also being allowed to play in Newports FA Cup game against Yate Town in two weeks time.

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