Harriers chairman in call for more Aggborough support

Harriers chairman in call for more Aggborough support

Harriers chairman in call for more Aggborough support

First published in Local

CHAIRMAN Mark Serrell has called on more Kidderminster Harriers fans to get behind the team’s push for the play-offs.

Having lost their first five games, Harriers now find themselves only four points shy of the Blue Square Bet Premier top five.

They defeated promotion hopefuls Wrexham 2-0 at Aggborough last Saturday and today take on league leaders Newport County (3pm). Serrell was pleased to see a crowd of 2,378 — swelled by by 700 from the North Wales visitors — last weekend but reckons Steve Burr’s side deserve even better.

The Harriers chief said: “I must thank every Kidderminster fan who attended who helped make the support for the team so special — it really was a great atmosphere, especially in the second half.

“I have to put my hand on my heart, however, and admit I was disappointed not to see more home supporters at the match — there were around 1,600 of our own fans.

“I fully acknowledge that this would stack up as a more than a reasonable total attendance for some clubs in this division but I would hope that fans agree that the recent displays out on the pitch deserve even more.

“The performance we put in against Wrexham was the best I have seen in a very long time and showings against the likes of Telford and Alfreton have been brilliant, too.

“Aggborough is a fantastic place to watch football when the atmosphere is like it was last weekend and we’d all love more of the same.”

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