Tributes to legend of Harriers Pie

The man who led Kidderminster Harriers to the top of football’s pie league has died.

KIDDERMINSTER COPYRIGHT EXPRESS&STAR TIM THURSFIELD 15/10/14 Brian Murdoch, from the Red Lion Hotel, Kidderminster, with his award winning pie, which he sells at the Harriers ground.                                                                                                                                                                                                               .
KIDDERMINSTER COPYRIGHT EXPRESS&STAR TIM THURSFIELD 15/10/14 Brian Murdoch, from the Red Lion Hotel, Kidderminster, with his award winning pie, which he sells at the Harriers ground. .

Brian Murdoch – a lifelong Harriers fan – was behind the famous Harriers Pies and Aggborough Soup.

Each year, his pie would top the annual Price of Football survey, only for fans to jump to its defence as it earned rave reviews up and down the country.

Harriers chief executive Neil Male said: “The thoughts and condolences of everyone at Kidderminster Harriers are with Brian’s family and friends at this difficult time. I know how much Brian and his family’s food business meant to the fans here – for those coming to matches at Aggborough he was a constant for many, many years and he’ll be sadly missed.”

Murdoch leaves behind his wife, Joan, four children and 11 grandchildren.

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