Mark Yates has pulled off a transfer coup by bringing paul Bignot back to Aggborough from Crewe.
Mark Yates has made his second signing of the summer bringing Hereford United midfielder Andy Ferrell back to Aggborough.
Steve Taylor has decided against signing a new contract with Harriers.
Harriers have revealed their first new signing of the summer, former Peterborough United striker Justin Richards.
Harriers today unveiled their programme of pre-season friendlies for when action resumes in July.
Harriers have continued their planning for next season by signing up four more of the current squad on extended contracts.
Two of the current squad have signed new contracts today, and one has had his contract extended.
Mark Yates yesterday began his reshaping of the squad by releasing five players whose contracts were about to expire.
Harriers boss Mark Yates today faced an FA hearing into his Misconduct charge.
Harriers' Wembley hoodoo continues as they threw away a 2-0 lead to lose a five-goal thriller at the new stadium.
The curtain comes down on the season tomorrow with a showpiece FA Trophy final at Wembley Stadium.
A look back over the course of the season and the results of each team as they progressed to tomorrow's FA Trophy Final.
Harriers ended their Conference season with another dull performance but managed to keep hold of a point with a goalless draw at Crawley.
The curtain finally comes down on Harriers' Conference campaign with a long trip south to Crawley.
Johnny Harkness was sent off for the second time in as many games as Harriers crashed to another sorrowful defeat at relegation threatened Grays.
Harriers' Conference campaing inches towards its conclusion this evening with a trip to Essex to take on relegation-threatened Grays Athletic.
Harriers brought down the curtain on another season of football at Aggborough with another disappointing performance and defeat.
Harriers bring down the curtain on another Aggborough campaign with a game against play-off chasing Morecambe.
A makeshift Harriers side were held to a goalless draw by Aldershot Town at Aggborough.
Harriers can move into the Conference top ten this evening if they can overcome Aldershot Town at Aggborough.
Russ Penn's eighth goal of the season was enough to seal all three points for Harriers at sunny nene Park.
Harriers face a mid-table clash tomorrow, but as it's the relatively short trip to Rushden hopefully it will rise above the recent end-of-season action seen recently.
Harriers slumped to their tenth home defeat of the season, losing to Woking by the only goal of the game despite having the best o the possession.
If Harriers' recent form is anything to go by, Aggborough should be staging a decent game this afternoon when Woking visit.
Harriers moved to within two points of mathematically ensuring Conference football at Aggborough next season with a draw at out-of-form Weymouth.
Harriers hit the road again tomorrow with a long trip south to take on Weymouth.
Harriers twice led and were twice pegged back in their top-of-the-table clash with Kettering at Aggborough.
An excellent all-round display from Harriers saw them win the 'dress rehearsal' of next month's FA Trophy Final.
Harriers visit Broadhall Way this evening for an early dress rehearsal of next month's FA Trophy Final.
Harriers gave another lacklustre display in a dull game and were beaten by Northwich for the second time in two weeks.
Harriers face Northwich for the fourth time this season this afternoon looking for a win to keep alive their fading play-off hopes.
Harriers' hopes of getting back into the play-off race were dealt another blow with a goalless draw against Burton.
Burton Albion visit Aggborough this evening and will provide Harriers with a stiff test as they look for a win to keep them on the fringes of the play-offs.
Despite having both James Constable and Stuart Whitehead sent-off, Harriers escaped from St Albans with a point and could have had all three.
Harriers will be on a revenge mission when they visit Clarence Park tomorrow to take on relegation threatened St Albans.
Mark Yates has moved to add two more players to the squad on transfer deadline day while allowing one to go in the other direction.
A second half salvo of goals helped an inexperienced Harriers reserve side to a comfortable win over Worcester.
It was a case of "After the Lord Mayor's Show" for Harriers who were held to a drab goalless draw at lowly Tamworth.
Harriers have to bring themselves back down to earth for a tricky Conference fixture this evening at lowly Tamworth.
Despite seeing their first leg lead wiped out inside fifteen minutes Harriers fought back to level the game and restore their advantage to reach the FA Trophy final.
Harriers are just 90 minutes way from a place in the FA Trophy final; they visit Northwich tomorrow for the second leg of the semi-final with an excellent two-goal advantage.
A wonder strike from Simon Russell four minutes from the end of the game sank high-flying Oxford and sealed a third consecutive win.
After the euphoria of Saturday's FA Trophy win Harriers have to focus themselves on the Conference again with a trip to second-placed Oxford United tonight.
Harriers took a massive step towards the FA Trophy Final with a 2-0 win over Northwich in the first leg of the semi-final at Aggborough.
Harriers are just 180 minutes away from a possible fourth FA Trophy Final, Northwixh visit Aggborough tomorrow as the only obstacle in the way.
An own goal from Halifax's Ryan Toulson was enough to win the game for Harreirs and end their four-game losing streak in the Conference.
Harriers should be at full strength for tonight's meeting with Halifax Town at Aggborough as they look to end a four-game losing streak.
A late goal from Gravesend substitute Onome Sodje snatched all three points for the play-off chasers and condemned Harriers to their fourth Conference defeat in a row.
Harriers need to forget about the upcoming FA Trophy Semi-Final and focus themselves on getting back on track in the Conference when Gravesend visit Aggborough tomorrow.
Harriers will face Northwich Victoria in the Semi-Final of the FA Trophy with the first leg being at Aggborough.
Three second-half goals helped Harriers to bounce back from three straight defeats and book their place in the last four of the FA Trophy.
Harriers take a break from Conference action and look to snap their three-game losing streak with a massive FA Trophy Quarter-Final against Halifax at Aggborough.
Harriers slumped to their third defeat in a row after three second half goals from League leaders Dagenham turned the game on its head.
Harriers facea pivotal game in their season this evening with Conference leaders Dagenham & Redbridge the visitors to Aggborough.
Harriers slumped to a second consecutive defeat, beaten at home by play-off rivals Exeter City.
Harriers will be looking to bounce back from their defeat at Forest Green by avoiding defeat against Exeter for the third time this season.
Mark Yates pulled the boots back on to lead a team of reserves and fringe players against Evesham in the Worcestershire Senior Cup.
Harriers' eight-game Conference winning streak was brought to an end by bogey team Forest Green Rovers.
This afternoon's game is ON.
There's a pitch inspection at Forest Green at 10:30 to decide whether or not this afternoon's game can go ahead.
Harriers had to come from behind to beat Braintree at Cressing Road to book their place in the last eight of the FA Trophy.
Harriers will be hoping that Saturday's performance was a one-off and that they can finish the job properly when they travel to Essex tonight for the replay with Braintree.
Harriers' winning streak was brought to an end by the resolute defending of Conference South Braintree Town.
Harriers take a break from Conference action tomorrow with the first ever visit of Braintree Town to Aggborough for an FA Trophy 3rd Round tie.
Harriers boss Mark Yates has been names Conference Manager of the Month for January.
Harriers have pulled off a transfer coup by signing James Constable from Walsall for an 'undisclosed' fee.
Harriers' winning streak hit eight games thanks to Brian Smikle's first goal for the club and a solid rearguard action.
Conference form team Harriers travel north to face Altrincham in search of an eighth consecutive win.
A goal in each half from Simon Russell and Russell Penn eased Harriers past Stafford and stretched their unbeaten run to ten games.
Harriers will be looking to build upon the weekend win over York by following it up with the chance of a double against Stafford Rangers at Aggborough tonight.
Harriers stretched their winning run to six games with a well earned victory over high-flying York at Aggborough.
Harriers face another stern test of their current form tomorrow when high-flying York City are the visitors to Aggborough.
This morning's draw for the Third Round of the FA Trophy has handed Harriers a home tie against Braintree Town.
Iyseden Christie's eleventh goal of the season and a fourth consecutive clean sheet saw Harriers through to the last 16 of the FA Trophy after a fiine win at Exeter.
Harriers face a tough test tomorrow as they look to make further progress in the FA Trophy at Exeter.
Harriers have added former Hednesford Town winger Danny McGhee to the squad on non-contract terms.
Jamie McClen has become the first Harrier to leave the club in the transfer window.
Three goals in the last ten minutes helped Harriers to cruise through their FA Trophy replay at Vauxhall Motors and on to a Second Round trip to Exeter.
With Mark Yates newly installed as Manager-of-the-Month Harriers take a break from league action to try to rectify the mistakes of last month's FA Trophy debacle.
Mark Yates has picked up his first Manager-of-the-Month award, although he will share the December title with Burton Albion's Nigel Clough.
The transfer window has opened up and Harriers have made Iyseden Christie their first signing.
A 30-yard thunderbolt from Gavin Hurren and a string of saves from Scott Bevan helped Harriers to stretch their winning streak to five games.
Providing that yesterday's storm haven't left the Aggborough pitch unplayable Harriers will start the New Year looking to record a fifth consecutive league win.
Luke Reynolds' strike 98 seconds after coming off the bench was enough to win the game for Harriers who have now won four-in-a-row in the Conference.
Harriers travel north to struggling Southport tomorrow searching for their fourth consecutive Conference win.
A goal in each half from on-loan striker James Constable gave Harriers victory in the local derby at Stafford.
Harriers and Stafford resume a well-worn rivalry with their first encounter in eleven years at Marston Road on Boxing Day.
Harriers finally have a local trip to make, the local derby at Stafford tomorrow is the first short journey since August.
Tonight's FA Trophy replay has fallen victim to the weather, postponed because of fog on The Wirrall.
Harriers have the incentive if a trip to Exeter in the next round if they can overcome Vauxhall in this evenings FA Trophy replay.
Should Harriers be successful in their replay at Vauxhall Motors tomorrow night they will face Conference opponents in Round Two in the shape of Exter City.
A stunning display of dreadaful defending saw Harriers throw away a three-goal lead and now they face a tricky midweek replay.
Harriers hit the Trophy trail tomorrow with the visit of Vauxhall Motors to Aggborough for a First Round tie.
Another Jonny Harkness free-kick secured all three points for Harriers as they nicked the game by the odd goal in five.
Harriers will be looking to bring their impressive away back to Aggborough when lowly Altrincham are the visitors tomorrow.
Two free-kick goals from Jonny Harkness and a first goal for the club from James Constable gave Harriers a comfortable win on the banks of the Thames.
Looking to bounce back from last weekend's defeat against Stevenage, Harriers face a tough trip to high-flying Gravesend tomorrow.
Vauxhall Motors will visit Aggborough the FA Trophy First Round after defeating Worksop Town 1-0 in last night's replay.
Today's draw for the FA Trophy 1st Round has handed Harriers a home tie against either Vauxhall Motors of Worksop Town.
Sloppy defending gifted goals to Stevenage and gave them just their second away win of the season despite Harriers dominating the game.
Harriers will look to extend their unbeaten league run to four games this afternoon when Stevenage Borough visit Aggborough.
Harriers midfielder Russ Penn has been placed on standby for the England National Game XI's game against Holland.
With Reuben Reid being recalled by Plymouth, Mark Yates moved quickly to fill the gap by bringing in Walsall striker James Constable on loan.
Reuben Reid was sent off forcing Harriers to play the last 22 minutes with ten men and hold on for a draw at St James' Park.
It's back to the bread-and-butter stuff for Harriers after last weekend's FA Cup disappointment with another long trip, south to Exeter.
Young WBA midfielder Rob Davies has become the latest to come to Aggborough to gain some first-team experience.
A lacklustre performance from Harriers saw them dumped out of the FA Cup at windswept Christie Park by Conference rivals Morecambe.
Harriers are back in FA Cup action tomorrow with a trip north to Christie Park to face Conference rivals Morecambe.
Harriers edged out Stafford by the odd goal in five to maintain their unbeaten start to the season in the Central Conference.
A penalty from Iyseden Christie two minutes into stoppage time saved a point for Harriers after sloppy defending had seen them twice fall behind.
Harriers will look to build upon their recent upturn in form and aim for their third win in a row when lowly forest Green visit Aggborough tomorrow.
Saturday's draw for the First Round Proper of the FA Cup handed Harriers a tricky trip to Morecambe.
Three goals in as many minutes killed the game off and helped Harriers to a comfortable 5-1 win over Conference North leaders Droylsden.
Harriers take a break from League action today and embark on the road to Cardiff (or maybe even Wembley this year) as Droylsden visit in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round.
A sparkling second-half performance from Harriers saw them come from behind to bring high-flying Dagenham crashing to the ground.
The fixtures don't get any easier for Harriers, tomorrow they travel to second-placed Dagenham & Redbridge looking to bounce back from last week's defeat at Aldershot.
Harriers travel to Dagenham looking to improve their record against The Daggers after suffering their worst defeat against them last time they met.
Conference North leaders Droylsden will visit Aggborough on October 28 in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round following yesterday's draw at FA Headquarters.
A ten-minute second half hat-trick from Aldershot sub Marcus Gayle turned the game on its head and sank Harriers.
The tough tests keep on coming for Harriers with a visit to Aldershot tomorrow as they look to build on four points from the last two games.
League leaders Oxford failed to score for the first time this season despite Harriers having to play half an hour with just ten men.
Harriers face their toughest test of the season so far this evening when unbeaten league leaders Oxford United are the visitors to Aggborough.
The last time Harriers beat Oxford at Aggborough United were known as Headington, the competition was the Southern League and the year was 1959.
Doncaster midfielder Craig Nelthorpe has become the lastest youngster to join Harriers on loan.
A twice-taken Iyseden Christie penalty and a first senior goal for debutant Reuben Reid saw Harriers bring high-flying Grays down to earth.
Harriers face a tough test tomorrow as they look to snap their two-game losing streak against high-flying Grays Athletic.
Plymouth Argyle youngster Reuben Reid became the second player to arrive at Aggborough in as many days, signing on a one-month loan.
Harriers boss Mark Yates yesterday began to strengthen his under-performing squad by bringing in Crewe defender Paul Bignot on loan.
Harriers' depressing run of results continued at The Shay with a 2-0 defeat against an equally poor Halifax team.
Harriers visit The Shay looking to record their first win there for ten years.
Russ Penn is almost certain to walk straight back into the side as Harriers travel to Halifax tonight with a quick opportunity to get back on track following Saturday's disappointment against Crawley.
Harriers' brief revival was brought to a halt by Crawley Town and Scott Rendell's twice-taken seconnd-half penalty.
Harriers take on Crawley Town at Aggborough tomorrow looking to extend their unbeaten run to three games.
Iyseden Christie's first goal since his return to the club was enough to give Harriers their second win in a row.
Harriers face a tougher test than the one they were given in midweek with tomorrow's trip north to take on Morecambe at Christie Park.
Having maintained their good record against Southport Harriers will be looking to maintain another that is better than 50% against Morecambe tomorrow.
Goals from Andy White and Gavin Hurren gave Harriers their first home win of the season consigning a very poor Southport side to defeat.
Harriers entertain Southport tonight desperate for some goals and a win to restore some rapidly disappearing confidence.
Harriers generally have a good record against Southport and will be looking to continue it at Aggborough tonight.
Harriers returned to their toothless, losing, ways with another disappointing defeat at York City allowing the hosts to end a four-game winless streak.
Harriers travel north and face a tough test against York but will be looking to build upon Tuesday's draw at Cambridge.
Harriers travel to York looking for their first conference win over the Minstermen and their first win at Bootham Cresecent since 2002.
Simon Russell's strike a minute from the end of the game got Harriers out of jail and ended their 505 minute goal drought.
Harriers take on bottom club Cambridge United tonight at Abbey Stadium desperate to improve their worst start to a league campaign for over 20 years.
Harriers will be hoping to maintain their good record against Cambridge tomorrow in the basement battle at Abbey Stadium.
Still Harriers search for their first home win of the season after failing to score for the fourth game in a row and slipping to defeat against Tamworth.
Harriers are still searching for their first home win of the season and their task will not be made any easier when Tamworth are the visitors to Aggborough tomorrow.
Despite having an overall wins record of better than 2 to 1 against Tamworth, Harriers will be looking for their first Conference win against them tomorrow.
Harriers' Reserve team kicked-off their Central Conference campaign with a come-from-behind win over Burton Albion at Aggborough.
Harriers got some pride back after Monday's defeat with a first home point of the season but will be disappointed not to have converted one into all three.
Harriers renew an old rivalry this evening, looking for their first home win of the season when Rushden & Diamonds come to Aggborough.
Harriers have moved to bolster the attack by bringing Iyseden Christie back to the club on loan until the end of December.
Harriers entertain Rushden looking to snap a six-game winless streak against the Northamptonshire side.
Mark Yates has moved swiftly after Mondays debacle at Woking to reshape his squad by releasing Dwayne Lee.
Harriers' worst performance of the season handed Woking their first win of the campaign and kept Glenn Cockerill in his job for a little while longer.
Harriers have an early opportunity to get back on track after yesterday's defeat to league leaders Weymouth.
Mark Yates returns to the scene of his first match in charge of the Harriers tomorrow for Harriers' 26th match against Woking.
Despite being beaten at home again, Harriers boss Mark Yates was pleased with the performance of his team yesterday.
Harriers are still to record their first home points of the season after falling to defeat against league leaders Weymouth despite dominating the game.
Harriers face what looks to be their toughest test of the season so far tomorrow when league leaders Weymouth visit Aggborough.
Harriers entertain Weymouth for the first time in 17 years tomorrow looking to improve a poor record against the Terras.
A goal 10 minutes before half-time from Luke Reynolds was enough to give Harriers their first win of the season.
Harriers make their first ever visit to Victoria Stadium tomorrow looking to build upon Tuesday's improved performance at Burton Albion.
Both Harriers and Worcester City have released statements following the investigations into the fracas which led to the abandonment of the recent friendly between the clubs.
Harriers make their first visit to Northwich since the promotion season of 1990-2000 and their first ever visit to Victoria Stadium.
Mark Yates gave his whole team the thumbs up after their vastly improved performance in Tuesday's 1-1 draw at Burton Albion.
Harriers fought back from a goal down to take a share of the points in a hard-fought match at The Pirelli Stadium.
Harriers need to get back on track quickly and get some points on the board when they make their first away trip of the season to Burton Albion tomorrow night.
Harriers boss Mark Yates was not a happy man after Saturday's disappointing defeat to Confernce newcomers St Albans City at Aggborough.
Harriers make their 18th post-war visit to Burton Albion looking to maintain their record of more wins than losses.
Harriers' Conference campaign got off to a disastrous start when they were soundly beaten by league newcomers St Albans.
The season finally gets under way tomorrow afternoon at Aggborough when St Albans City make their first ever visit to Kidderminster.
Shrewsbury defender Gavin Cowan became the first player to join the club on loan this season when mark yates moved to add cover to the defence yesterday.
Mark Yates this week revealed the squad numbers for the coming season, and there were few surprises.
Mark Yates has added former Barnet midfielder Dwayne Lee to the squad on a short-term contract.
With barely 20 minutes remaining of the final friendly of the summer and with Harriers 2-0 up, Mark Yates pulled his players off the pitch.
Harriers were given a lesson by Championship side Coventry City in an entertaining game at Aggborough.
Veteran defender Jeff Kenna has become the latest addition to Mark Yates' Aggborough revolution.
Harriers dominated the game at The Grove but despite creating a string of chances failed to breach the home defence.
Mark Yates has today taken on two more of the trialists following successful pre-season programmes.
Harriers suffered their first defeat of the season after giving their poorest performance of the campaign so far.
Former Harriers boss Stuart Watkiss is back in senior football after being unveiled as the new Assistant Manager at League Two side Grimsby Town.
Harriers kept their unbeaten summer going with a comfortable win over Southern League Bromsgrove at the Victoria Ground.
Rookie goalkeeper Steve Taylor was the hero saving two penalties as Harriers maintained their unbeaten pre-season.
Harriers have added another friendly to their pre-season programme to fill the gap left by the postponement of the Wolves game.
Harriers and West Brom played out an entertaining goalless draw in scorching sunshine at Aggborough.
Mark Yates' new-look Harriers cruised through their first outing of the summer romping to a comfortable 5-1 win.
Four former Harriers players will start the new season in management or coaching roles with new clubs.
The Conference fixtures for 2006-2007 have been released today and have handed Harriers a home start against new boys St Albans City.
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