Kidderminster Harriers announce John Pemberton as boss

By Joe Edwards | Kidderminster Harriers | Published:

Kidderminster Harriers have appointed John Pemberton as their new boss on a two-year deal.

John Pemberton during his time as Bristol City interim boss (AMA)

Russ Penn will be his assistant while continuing to serve as a player for the National League North side.

Pemberton, 52, made more than 300 appearances as a player for the likes of Crewe Alexandra, Crystal Palace and Sheffield United, and has spent the best part of two decades as a coach.

He arrives at Aggborough having had senior coaching roles at Bristol City, Palace, Northampton and Chesterfield.

This is his first permanent post as a manager.

Kidderminster said in a club statement: "An astute and disciplined character, he is widely regarded in football circles.

"We look forward to moving onwards and upwards under John’s leadership."

Joe Edwards

By Joe Edwards
Multi-Media Sports Journalist - @JoeEdwards_Star

Wolves fan turned Wolves correspondent for the Express & Star.


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