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Paul Bignot
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Paul Bignot is the younger brother of the former Harriers player, and legend, Marcus Bignot.    Playing for Crewe Alexandra in League One he joined Crewe as a schoolboy and has so far made eleven first team appearances for his parent club.

He joined the Harriers on an initial one month loan but in his second game for us was sent off and he was suspended for three games.    He then had his loan extended but a week later he was recalled to Gresty Road by his club.

A few months later and he was back at Aggborough and this time for the next two years after he turned down a string of other clubs to join us.

After failing to gain a starting place in the squad the following season he was then sent out on loan to Blue Square South side Newport County.  He arrived back at the club in January 2009 but was then released from his contract in late February and immediately joined Newport.

In July 2011 he earned himself a dream move to ex Premiership side Blackpool.

FACTFILE:
Born: Birmingham 14-02-1986 Height: 6ft 1in Weight: 12st 3lbs Position: Defender
Club
Date
Fee
Apps
Goals
Crewe
01-09-04 : 22-06-07
Trainee
26
0
Harriers
04-10-06 : 10-11-06
Loan
3
0
Harriers
22-06-07 : 25-02-09
Signed
40
1
Newport County
26-08-08 : 01-01-09
Loan
21
1
Newport County
27-02-09 : 22-07-11
Signed
113
2
Blackpool
22-07-11 : 09-05-13
Un-disclosed
0
0
Plymouth Argyle
04-11-11 : 17-05-12
Loan
16
0
Grimsby Town
23-07-13 : 19-05-15
Signed
37
1
Keflavík ÍF
30-06-15 : 29-10-15
Signed
9
0
Solihull Moors
29-10-15 : 01-05-16
Signed
2
0
Newport County
29-07-16 :
Signed
 
 




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