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Date: 12-01-16 gif Keith Lowe returns to the Harriers
Keith Lowe In a sign that hopefully someone in the boardroom is at last seeing sense today it was announced that our former defender, Keith Lowe (left), was rejoining the club to help us escape from relegation.  He was first with us on loan from Wolves in 2008 and stayed at Aggborough for almost a full season making fifty two appearances and scoring four times, mainly with his head from corners.  He joined up with Hereford Utd for one season while they were in the Football League.

From there he moved across the River Wye to play for Mark Yates' Cheltenham Town and stayed there for four seasons making over a hundred and fifty appearances for them.  The thirty year old then left for York City and stayed with them until just before Christmas when he announced that he wanted to leave due to the travelling distance from his Stafford home and the arrival of a new baby.

It was hoped by many Harriers fans that he might return to us but with the club in such a state financially and the policy of signing children it all seemed very unlikely.

Thankfully with the dismissal of Dave Hockaday we now seem to have a more robust plan in place to bring in more experience to get us out of the mess we have slumped into.  The signing of Arthur Gnahoua heralded that and now the signing of Lowe confirms it.

He would have signed in time for this evenings game at Braintree Town but seeing as that was a victim of the weather it now means that ironically the first game that he'll play for us in a Harriers shirt is away at Cheltenham next Tuesday evening.

This good news also comes on top of yesterdays news of Ben Whitfield being allowed to stay with us on loan for a further month by his parent club Bournemouth.  Hopefully that will be prolonged until the end of the season at some stage soon.







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