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Devaney wings in at Harriers
KIDDERMINSTER Harriers have further strengthened their squad by signing winger Martin Devaney until the end of the season.
The 32-year-old former Cheltenham Town player arrives at Aggborough as a free agent having been without a club since leaving League One Tranmere Rovers last summer.
Much-travelled Devaney has clocked up more than 400 Football League appearances during his career for the likes of Walsall, MK Dons, Barnsley, Watford and Coventry.
He is the fifth player to join Steve Burr’s squad in recent weeks following the arrival of former Gillingham midfielder Danny Jackman and the loan additions of strikers Nat Jarvis, Amani Morgan-Smith and Greg Pearson.
Harriers’ match at Gateshead side are due to visit Gateshead in the Blue Square Bet Premier tonight has been postponed.
Burr said “I know Martin’s experience will be invaluable to us “He hasn’t been playing much football lately and it is an opportunity for him to come and earn that right to get into our team and show everybody what he’s about.”
Devaney began his career with Coventry but established himself during a six-year spell at Cheltenham.