Dan Bradley Signed From Fylde
Former Harrier Dan Bradley has returned to the club five years after he departed for Alfreton.
The midfielder has clocked up close to 200 appearances since he first left Aggborough, spending four seasons with Alfreton Town before moving to Fylde last year in a move that was a record transfer for The Coasters.
In his time away from Aggborough he has been something of a thorn in the side of Harriers, scoring five goals in eight matches but has earned himself a reputation as one of the best goalscoring midfielders at this level of the game.
His latest move to Aggborough sees Harriers splashing out a transfer fee believed to be £75000, although some or all of that should be recouped in the shape of the transfer fee for Jordan Tunnicliffe the is due to be set by an FA tribunal. He has signed a contract that will keep him at Aggborough for the next three seasons. He will be available for tomorrow's trip to Nuneaton but may have to start on the bench as he hs not had a full pre-season and isn't yet up to full fitness.