Fan favourite striker Anthony Malbon has ended his association with the club, departing after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
Gary Whild has moved to fill the gap left by Lee Vaughan's departure by adding former Forest Green Defender Jared Hodgkiss.
Mickey Demetriou has taken the opportunity to move into the Football League and signed for Shrewsbury Town.
Gary Whild has stuck with recent tradition and singed a young player from lower down the pyramid.
Goalkeeper Jasbir Singh has returned to the club from Solihull Moors after a four-year spell away.
Lee Vaughan has decided to end his time at Aggborough and joined up with former Harriers boss Mark Yates at Cheltenham.
After tying down most of last season's squad to new contracts Gary Whild has moved to bring in his first new signings of the summer.
Gary Whild has re-signed three players for next season and offered new deals to a number of others.
Harriers came from behind to grab a share of the points at play-off bound Halifax.
The curtain comes down on a turbulent season this afternoon when Harriers visit The Shay.
Gary Whild and chairman Ken Rae are to remain in their positions as manager and chairman respectively.
A failure to take the chances that they created consigned Harriers to another season in the Conference.
Yet again Harriers face a must-win game when Nuneaton come to Aggborough this afternoon.
Two goals in as many second-half minutes gave Harriers victory and kept alive their hopes of sneaking into the play-offs.
Harriers head to long-relegated bottom club Hyde this afternoon needing another win to keep their season alive for a little longer.
A stunning strike from Michael Gash, along with Amari'i Bell's first strike for the club, kept Harriers' play-off hopes alive and ended Cambridge's chances of winning the league.
Harriers can decide the league title this evening when Cambridge are the vistors to Aggborough.
Harriers left it late but managed to record their first victory in six games to keep their play-off hopes alive.
Harriers face yet another 'must-win' game this afternoon with the visit of Welling United to Aggborough.
Harriers came from behind to record their fourth draw in five games andcame controversially close to snatching a win.
Harriers make the relatively short trip to Nailsworth this evening to face another 'must-win' game.
Harriers suffered their first defeat under Gary Whild, ironically giving their best performance in the process.
Harriers face another 'Cup final' this afternoon with the visit of Grimsby Town to Aggborough.
A crazy end to the game saw victory snatched away from Harriers and both teams have a man sent off.
Big games keep coming in a steady flow for Harriers; this afternoon they visit Salisbury who are alos chasing a spot in the play-offs.
Jack Byrne's fourth goal of the season late in the second half rescued a point for Harriers and stretched their unbeaten run to five games.
Harriers face another team fighting against relegation this afternoon when Southport are the visitors to Aggborough.
Gary Whild has moved to bring Aman Verma back to the club from Corby Town.
A third clean sheet in four games maintained Gary Whild's unbeaten start as manager and moved Harriers back into a play-off position.
Harriers head south in search of a third successive victory this evening with a trip to lowly Aldershot Town.
Michael Gash's goal gave Harriers back-to-back league wins for the first time since November.
Harriers are at home again this afternoon with a visit from one of their rivals for a spot in the play-offs.
Harriers recorded their first win under the stewardship of Gary Whild taking a narrow victory over Macclesfield Town.
Gary Whild faces his first home game in charge of Harriers this evening when Macclesfield Town are the visitors.
Gary Whild made two additions to his staff today, bringing back two familiar faces.
A much improved performance from Harriers saw them held to a goalless draw in an entertaining game at Wrexham.
Gary Whild faces a tricky encounter this afternoon for his first game in charge of Harriers.
Gary Whild has made his first move into the transfer market bringing in Amari'i Bell on loan from Birmingham.
Gary Whild has been appointed as Harriers' new manager until the end of the season.
Harriers have announced that manager Andy Thorn and coach Craig Knight have left the club.
A spectacular second-half capitulation saw Harriers throw away the lead and slump to one of their heaviest defeats of the season.
Harriers look to build on thier midweek victory with a tough trip to Cambridge United this afternoon.
Amari Morgan-Smith struck again as Harriers recorded their first win in seven games.
Harriers are back in action tonight looking to end their poor run of form with the visit of Woking to Aggborough.
Amari Morgan-Smith came off the bench to score twice and rescue a point for Harriers.
Harriers return to Aggborough for the first time in a month looking to end their slump in form with a game against Braintree.
Harriers turned in another disappointing performance and slipped to another defeat at Sincil Bank.
Harriers should be back in action this afternoon with a trip to Siincil bank to take on Lincoln City.
With the Aggborough pitch still waterlogged tomorrow's game has been postponed.
The rain has struck again and tonight's game with Cambridge is postponed.
The TV cameras are at Aggborough this evening when, weather permitting, high-flying Cambridge are the visitors.
In a game spoiled by the weather Harriers gave another disappointing performance and were beaten by in-form Gateshead.
Harriers are back in the North East this afternoon when they visit The International Stadium to face Gateshead.
Josh Gowling's second goal of the season saved a point for Harriers after they had fallen behind at Edgar Street.
Harriers face a tough local derby this evening as they look to bounce back from their FA Cup exit.
Harriers' cup run was ended at The Stadium Of Light, beaten by the only goal of the game.
Harriers look to bounce back from Tuesday's disappointing defeat against Dartford with a tricky trip north to face Sunderland in the FA Cup.
Andy Thorn has made another foray into the transfer market, picking up Freddie Ladapo on a free transfer from Colchester United.
A very disappointing performance from Harriers saw them slump to defeat against lowly Dartford.
Harriers are back in action this evening with the visit of lowly Dartford to Aggborough.
Today's game at Aldershot has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
An 8am pitch inspection permitting Harriers get back to league action tomorrow with a trip to lowly Aldershot.
Harriers starlet Joe Lolley last night completed his transfer to Championship club Huddersfield Town.
After last night's replays the draw for the FA Cup Fourth Round is nearly complete.
Harriers came from behind with three second-half goals to dump League One Peterborough out of the FA Cup.
£67500 and a trip to The Stadium Of Light are the prizes on offer for the winners of tonight's FA Cup replay when Harriers visit London Road.
A hat-trick for Joe Lolley eased Harriers to victory in Andy Thorn's first game in charge.
It's the beginning of a new era for Harriers this afternoon as Andy Thorn takes charge of his first game.
Harriers have moved quickly to replaced sacked former manager Steve Burr, giving the job to former Coventry City boss Andy Thorn.
In a shock announcement this morning Harriers have revealed the departure of manager Steve Burr.
Jamie Grimes and Jamie Tolley are both heading away from Harriers, Grimes on loan and Tolley permanently.
Should Harriers overcome Peterborough in next week's Third Round Replay they will travel to Premier League strugglers Sunderland.
Harriers' name will be in the hat for the FA Cup 4th Round draw after they held League One Peterborough to a draw
Today's FA Cup tie is on after the pitch passed an early morning inspection so Harriers can go in search of cup glory.
Heavy rain in Hereford has forced the postponement of this afternoon's game.
Harriers are on the road again looking to shake off Saturday's hammering at Luton with a local derby at Hereford.
Some shocking defending saw ten-man Harriers suffer their worst ever Conference defeat.
Harriers face a difficult challenge tomorrow when the visit promotion rivals Luton Town.
A typical game-of-two-halves saw Harriers storm into a two-goal lead before spending much of the second half with their backs to the wall.
Harriers face a local derby this afternoon looking to arrest a skid of three straight defeats that has seen them drop out of the play-off positions.
A third consecutive defeat saw the Harriers slip to fourth in the league overtaken by The Mariners.
Harriers travel north to face promotion rivals Grimsby in front of the BT cameras this evening needing a win to end their recent dip in form.
Poor defending from Harriers cost them dear as they threw away the lead and lost at home for only the second time all season.
Harriers return to "Fortress Aggborough" this afternoon looking to bounce back from their midweek defeat at Woking.
A lacklustre performance from Harriers saw them slump to defeat at Kingfield.
Harriers are back in Conference action this evening with a trip to Kingfield to face Woking.
In a repeat of the 1965 First Round Harriers will face Peterborough United in the Thrid Round of the FA Cup.
Harriers turned on the style to demolish League Two Newport County and reach the FA Cup 3rd Round.
Steve Burr takes charge of his 200th Harriers games this afternoon when Newport County are the visitors to Aggborough in the FA Cup.
A Harriers Reserve side was knocked out of the Worcestershire Senior Cup by Redditch at Valley Stadium.
A poor performance from Harriers saw them crash out of the FA Trophy at the first hurdle.
Harriers take a break from league action tomorrow to make another trip to Bradford, this time in the FA Trophy.
Harriers scored five goals for the first time this season to record their first league double of the campaign.
Harriers go in search of their first double of the season this afternoon when Tamworth are the visitors to Aggborough.
Replays in the FA Trophy and FA Cup have made Harriers' fixture list for the coming weeks more clear.
Harriers will travel in the FA Trophy First Round to the winners of the Bradford Park Avenue v Harrogate Town replay.
Controversy reigned at Aggborough as Harriers saw off the challenge of a Wrexham side that finished the game with ten men.
Harriers entertain Wrexham in a repeat of last season's play-off semi-final this afternoon looking to return to winning ways after the disappointment of Tuesday's draw at Macclesfield.
A goal minutes into stoppage time denied Harriers of all three points and cost them second place in the league.
Steve Burr heads back to a club where he was a legend as a player when Harriers visit Macclesfield Town this evening.
The draw for the Second Round of the FA Cup will see Harriers entertain either Braintree Town or Newport County.
Harriers' third 4-1 win in the last four home games saw them through against Conference South side Sutton United.
It's FA Cup day again for Harriers who entertain Conference South side Sutton United this afternoon.
Harriers suffered their first defeat in nine games, undone by sloppy defending to concede the only goal of the game.
There could be no managers in the dugouts this afternoon when Harriers travel to Barnet.
Now that all of the replays have been staged the full draw for the First Round of the FA Cup is known.
Harriers needed extra time to see off the challenge of Conference North side Bradford Park Avenue.
A place in the First Round of the FA Cup beckons for the winners of tonight's replay at Aggborough.
Harriers have to face Bradford again at Aggborough on Tuesday evening after being held to a 1-1 draw.
Harriers take a break from Conference action tomorrow when they visit Conference North side Bradford Park Avenue in the FA Cup.
Harriers recorded their third win in-a-row, and seventh in ten games, with a comfortable victory over Lincoln City.
Harriers entertain Lincoln City this afternoon looking to extend their winning streak and close the gap on leaders Cambridge.
This morning's draw for the FA Cup sends Harriers to Bradford Park Avenue of Conference North.
A solid performance from Harriers saw them inflict Southport's first home defeat of the season.
Harriers look to close the gap on leaders Cambridge with a tricky trip to Southport tomorrow.
An excellent second-half performance saw Harriers come from behind to beat Forest Green at Aggborough
Harriers look to find the net this evening when they entertain one of the pre-season favourites for the title in Forest Green.
For the second game in-a-row Harriers were held to a goalless draw by a team in the relegation zone.
Harriers face lowly Chester this afternoon with the chance to record their first double of the season.
In front of the TV cameras Harriers played out their first goalless draw in a year and first draw of the season.
Harriers will strut their stuff in front of the B T Sport camereas for the first time this season tonight when Aldershot Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
Goals in each half, from Michael Gash and Joe Lolley, helped Harriers exorcise Saturday's defeat at Dartford.
Harriers have a chance to quickly put Saturday's defeat at Dartford behind them with the visit of Halifax to Aggborough this evening.
After the highs of the midweek win at Tamworth Harriers were brought crashing back down to earth with a disappointing defeat at Princes Park.
Steve Burr will be hoping that his charges can carry on where they left off in Tamworth on Tuesday when they head south to face Dartford this afternoon.
Harriers' best performance of the season saw them comfortably defeat Tamworth and move up to third in the league table.
Harriers face a stern test this evening when they make the fairly short trip to The Lamb to face Tamworth.
Harriers moved up the table to sixth thanks to goals from Anthony Malbon and Michael Gash to see off bottom club Hyde.
Harriers have the chance to move right up with the leading pack in the league with the visit of lowly Hyde to Aggborough this afternoon.
Two goals from James Dance - his first for the club - gave Harriers the victory that ended their two-game losing streak.
Harriers look to bounce back from two consecutive defeats tomorrow with a trip to newly-promoted Welling United.
Steve Burr has bolstered his attacking options by re-signing free agent Amari Morgan-Smith.
Harriers are still looking for their first home win over Luton after they were undone by two second half penalties.
Harriers entertain one of their expected rivals for promotion this afternoon with the visit of Luton Town to Aggborough.
Two goals in the last ten minutes, as well as a controversial injury time penalty saw Nuneaton come from behind to beat Harriers.
With the correct set of results Harriers could find themselves at the top of the early Conference table this evening.
Winless Chester scored their first goal of the season but it was not enough to halt Harriers who scored three to move up to second in the league.
Harriers face a potential banana skin this afternoon in the shape of newly promoted Chester.
Skipper Kyle Storer led from the front and headed in Harriers' last-gasp winner at Cressing Road.
Harriers make the long trip to Essex to take on Braintree looking to bounce back from the midweek defeat at Alfreton.
Striker Ryan Rowe and young defender Tyrone Williams have been sent out on loan.
Failure to convert chances created into goals cost Harriers dear as the suffered a first-ever defeat against Alfreton.
Harriers travel to Derbyshire this evening to face Alfreton looking to build on Saturday's solid start.
Michael Gash's missed penalty wasn't costly as Harriers scored three times to see off the Tynesiders.
Another season gets underway tomorrow afternoon as Harriers entertain Gateshead looking to build upon last season's second-place finish and go one better this time round.
Although not at their best Harriers stretched their pre-season unbeaten run to seven games.
An excellent performance for a pre-season friendly saw Harriers beat League Two side Cheltenham at Aggborough.
Young striker Joe Lolley has today been handed a one-year contract by the Harriers.
A stunning 20-minute hat-trick from trialist Joe Lolley gave Harriers another pre-season victory.
Harriers Academy graduate Tyrone Williams has been rewarded with his first professional contract.
Harriers recorded their third win of the summer in an entertaining local derby at Telford.
A surprisingly strong Harriers side featuring all of the current trialists beat local rivals Stourport.
Michael Gash's second half penalty miss was to prove coslty as Harriers were held by League One side Port Vale.
Two second half goals helped Harriers to their first win of the summer.
On an afternoon far too hot for either playing or watching football Harriers gave a good account of themselves before succumbing to League One Walsall.
The Conference have released the fixtures for the coming season and handed Harriers a home game with Gateshead.
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