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Date: 01-01-14 gif Harriers bring in a New Year loan
Jack Dyer The Harriers manager Steve Burr has kicked off the New Year at Aggborough with the signing of midfielder Jack Dyer (left) on a month long loan from League Two side Burton Albion.  He started his career at Aston Villa without ever picking up a professional contract with the Premiership club.

Born in Sutton Coldfield he celebrated his twenty second birthday just before Christmas.

He has made around sixty two appearances for Albion and scored twice but has not featured much this season with his last game for them played in October.  He should have been available to play against Hereford Utd at Edgar Street today until that game was called off earlier due to a waterlogged pitch.  He may not be available for the FA Cup game against Peterborough this Saturday either due to the seven day ruling even though he isn't cup tied.

On his way out of the club for a month yesterday was James Dance.  He has signed for Rushall Olympic, a club that he played for in the early days of his career before signing from them for Kettering Town who were then in the Conference.

Although Dancer has played sixteen times and scored three times for us most of his appearances have been from the bench and in recent weeks his form has been disappointing.  Maybe the move to Rushall will give him the impetus he needs to work a little harder at Aggborough.

As for the much anticipated game at Hereford that was called off then that will now be re-arranged for a later date.


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