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The tricky thing here was whether to choose my all-time favourite midfielders or my all-time favourite midfield.
Over the years there have been a lot of good defenders to pull on the Harriers shirt.
All season long The Harrier, the matchday programme of the Harriers, has been asking for suggestions for an all-time Harriers team. Here’s mine, starting with the goalkeeper.
Providing competition for Marvin Johnson on the Harriers wing is former Luton Town man James Dance.
Like Lee Fowler Jamie Tolley is 30, helping to raise the average age of the Harriers squad and add some more experience of playing at a higher level and in bigger matches.
30-year-old midfielder Lee Fowler, a former Wales Under-21 international, could be the “missing link” Harriers need in the middle of the park.
Here’s another “Alternative League Table”, this one showing games between teams in the play-off positions.
Cambridge United striker Michael Gash joined Harriers last week on loan for the rest of the season with a view to a permanent move in the summer.
The first “Alternative League Table” focusses on those teams at the top of the table. We’ve selected just the current top ten and only included games played by those teams among themselves.
The latest fans forum held by Harriers was an interesting and informative event that left most of those in attendance feeling positive about the future of the football club.