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Harriers taking time to find a new boss

Chairman Rod Brown insists Kidderminster Harriers are taking a "careful and considered approach" to finding their new head coach - as Tim Flowers departed.


A statement on the club's website claims Flowers departed the club last week, along with Gary Whild.

His situation had initially remained unclear after the former Wolves goalkeeper turned down the chance to replace Whild as head coach.

Colin Gordon, the club's head of development, is currently in caretaker charge.

Brown admits Harriers, who sit bottom of the National League Premier, must get the appointment of their new boss right.

He said: "It is vitally important for the long-term future of the football club that we get this right and, in that sense, we are in no hurry.

"We are happy that the team is in good hands in the immediate short-term, as Colin Gordon and the staff have been working hard and the players have responded to that.

"But we know we need to find a permanent solution and all of our focus is on that.

"If it means taking a little longer to make the right appointment than we'd first thought, I'm sure all supporters will appreciate that."

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