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Burr still confident Harriers can kick-start season
MANAGER Steve Burr believes Kidderminster Harriers are more than capable of digging themselves out of their current predicament.
The Aggborough outfit have managed two points from their first seven Blue Square Bet Premier games as they prepare to host Southport today (3pm). Both points have come from the last two matches, with last Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Barrow being followed up by the same scoreline at Braintree Town last Tuesday.
The upturn in form has also coincided with the arrival of striker Richard Peniket on loan from Fulham, defender Josh Gowling and midfielder Manny Panther.
Burr said: “I am pleased with the three additions we got in before the transfer window shut, now it’s just getting us kick-started.
“The signs were better with the Braintree game and I believe we have got a decent enough squad not to be in the position we are in. But we are and we have got to get out of it.” Mickey Demetriou secured a share of the spoils against Braintree with his 89th minute header at Cressing Road cancelling out Dan Holman’s strike.
The defender added: “We’re not going to give up and we’re going to get ourselves out of this whole we’ve put ourselves in.”