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Kyle Storer
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Kyle Storer signed for the Harriers after a prolonged race to gain his signature along with many other Conference and League 1 sides.  We eventually won the battle on July 13th 2011 and he has now signed for us for a period of two years.

He started his footballing life at Leicester even though he was born on Coventrys' doorstep in Nuneaton.  As with many players he failed to compete in any games at the Walker Stadium and was snapped up by Bedworth Utd, a club just down the road from his hometown.  He came to our attention in 2008 when Mark Yates tried to sign him but instead he chose to join Hinckley.

He eventually spent the last two seasons with Nuneaton racking up twenty two goals in a hundred and eleven games.

During his four years and six months with the Harriers he became the club captain and played in over 150 games for us.  He left by mutual consent in January 2015 and joined up with Wrexham shortly afterwards but after just six months in North Waleshe decided to join up with newly relegated Cheltenham Town.

FACTFILE:
Born: Nuneaton 30-04-1987 Height:   Weight:   Position: Midfield
Club
Date
Fee
Apps
Goals
Leicester City
No data : No data
Trainee
0
0
Bedworth Utd
01-07-03 : 17-07-04
Signed
No data
No data
Tamworth
17-07-04 : 01-09-07
Signed
92
5
Hinckley Utd
01-09-07 : 01-06-08
Signed
44
5
Atherstone
01-06-08 : 01-04-09
Signed
No data
No data
Nuneaton Town
01-04-09 : 11-07-11
Signed
111
22
Harriers
13-07-11 : 27-01-14
Undisclosed
152
14
Wrexham
27-01-14 : 13-05-15
Signed
13
1
Cheltenham Town
13-05-15 :
Signed
47
3




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