Former England international Tim Flowers joins Harriers as coach

Former England international Tim Flowers joins Harriers as coach

Former England international Tim Flowers joins Harriers as coach

First published in Sport

FORMER Premier League winner and England international Tim Flowers has joined Kidderminster Harriers as a coach.

Manager Gary Whild has recruited the 47-year-old, who played more than 500 games for the likes of Wolves, Southampton and Blackburn Rovers in goal.

He has both a runners-up and winner’s medal in the Premier League from his time at Blackburn alongside 11 England caps.

Flowers was assistant manager at Coventry, QPR, Hull City and Northampton Town as well as having a spell with Harriers as goalkeeping coach.

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