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Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Kidderminster's future looks more secure

The future of Kidderminster Harriers looks more secure with the news that the vice chairman and his consortium have agreed a deal with the current owner.

At a fans meeeting last night chairman Lionel Newton read out a statement which said that Barry Norgrove and his Aggborough Holdings Consortium would take over at the club.

A formal agreement should be signed later this week.

Manager Stuart Watkiss has been hampered in his search for new players in recent weeks because of the uncertainty at the club.

The news of the takeover was reported on BBC Hereford and Worcester this morning. They also said that the club has had cash flow problems recently partly caused by supporters not purchasing season tickets. The news that the club should start to move forward again will help stabilise the situation.