Harriers' hopes for the coming season have been dealt a blow this afternoon with Mansfield Town announcing the capture of Adam Murray.
The fixture computer has done its work and handed Harriers an opening-day game against Rushden & Diamonds.
Former captain Adam Willis has found himself a new club joining up with Conference 2 side Hinckley United.
John Williams has become the second released Harriers player to find himself a new club.
Matt Gadsby, released by Jan Molby at the end of the season, has fixed himself up with a new club, joining Conference side Forest Green.
Fans' favourite Craig Hinton has turned down the offer of an extended contract and decided to try his luck elsewhere.
Harriers have been found guilty by the FA of failing to control their players in the game at Leyton Orient on March 13.
Steve Burton has become the fifth player to accept his contract offer after signing a new two-year deal.
Midfielder Dean Bennett today agreed to stay at Aggborough and signed a new two-year contract.
Harriers squad has today been boosted by the signing of two goalkeepers, one current one new.
Jan Molby has wielded the axe on his squad today releasing nine of the 15 out-of-contract players. Long-serving players Stuart Brock and Scott Stamps have played their last games for the club, as have Mark Yates, John Williams, Sean Parrish, Matt Gadsby, Graham Ward, Kenny Coleman and Adam Willis.
Jan Molby was disappointed that Harriers failed to convert their chances in yesterday's win over Boston United.
Harriers skipper Wayne Hatswell was the clear winner at the club's end of season awards ceremony yesterday. Of the five awards presented before the start of the game against Boston United he picked up three.
The curtain comes down on an eventful season tomorrow with the visit of Boston United to Aggborough. A season that started out promisingly with two straight wins but quickly degenerated into a long winless streak, saw the sacking of Ian Britton and reinstatement of Jan Molby; a season with a thrilling FA Cup run that almost saw a Premier League side knocked out at Aggborough, and a season that saw The Reds flirt with relegation before safety was ensured with two games left.
Harriers boss Jan Molby was happy with the improved performance from his players in yesterday's draw with Torquay United at Plainmoor.
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