Singh returns to Harriers

Kidderminster Shuttle: Jasbir Singh in action for Solihull Moors. Jasbir Singh in action for Solihull Moors.

KEEPER Jasbir Singh has returned to Harriers on a one-year deal.

The shot-stopper has joined to compete with first choice shot-stopper Danny Lewis.

He replaces Nathan Vaughan, who opted not to put pen to paper on a new deal.

Singh spent some of the the 2009-10 season at Aggborough, playing seven times, after being released by Shrewsbury Town.

Since then, Singh has made over 200 appearances for Solihull Moors in the Conference North.

Manager Gary Whild commented: “Jas has always impressed me whenever I’ve seen him.

"In many respects his career mirrors Danny’s when you consider they both left here at a very young age before going and playing an awful lot of games elsewhere.

“From what I’ve seen he fully deserves to be back here and has earned this opportunity.”

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9:33pm Tue 27 May 14

Wyred Fox says...

As a Solihull Moors fan living in Kidderminster... I don't know how to feel!

A top 'keeper who always deserved better than Conf North. All the best at Aggborough, Jas!
As a Solihull Moors fan living in Kidderminster... I don't know how to feel! A top 'keeper who always deserved better than Conf North. All the best at Aggborough, Jas! Wyred Fox
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