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Date: 26-03-15 gif Shock as Josh Gowling leaves Harriers
Josh Gowling You wouldn't think it could get any worse at the Harriers with players leaving the club due to money problems, players signed from the likes of Redditch Utd being touted as our future then being sent out on loan and Academy lads without any real experience being drafted in just to make up numbers without getting a look in, but, today Kidderminster Harriers plumbed a new low when they allowed the captain, Josh Gowling, to go out on loan to Grimsby Town until the end of the season.

With this latest episode in a sorry season the fans are rightly annoyed and upset with the way this once proud club have become the laughing stock of the football world.  Can't score goals.  Can't win games.  Can't pay players.  Can't keep players.  Losing fans by the bucketful, by the day.

It's a joke, we're a joke.  This board are sending us to bankruptcy!

Josh joined the club from Lincoln City in August 2012, during the Steve Burr reign, and on his arrival was seen as a key signing to take us back to the Football League.  He has been an ever present since that day and has been the rock on which our defence was built.  That rock will now be some snotty nosed kid who we have yet to see, or has already arrived but sent out on loan.

In his time with the Harriers he has appeared one hundred and twenty times and scored seven goal, mainly with that big hair-do of his.  Before us he was with Lincoln City for two years but fell out of favour with them following a row with the management of the time.  That was believed to be over wages so it looks like similar territory once more for Josh.

Josh has always had a good rapport with the fans and was seen as a viable alternative to Gary Whild if there was going to be a change of management.  It looks likely that will never happen now.

This evening rumours were coming out that Nathaniel Kelly was going to rejoin the club on loan from Birmingham City along with team mate James Fry.  Little is known of Fry but Kellys time with us was never covered in glory but I suppose we have to give him another chance if that is the limit of our expectations.


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