Keith Lowe’s aims for the immediate future with Kidderminster Harriers…
By Matty Paddock - 09/01/2020
Posted 3 months ago
KEITH LOWE insists he wants to help “get something going” with Harriers after his return to the club recently.
The 34-year-old make his comeback to Aggborough last week after leaving Bradford (Park Avenue).
It marked the start of a third stint at Aggborough for the defender, who’d previously racked up over a century of appearances across two other spells.
He’s back in familiar territory and admitted he jumped at the chance to become a Harrier once again.
“I just couldn’t keep away!” he joked.
“The opportunity came up; we’re a bit short of numbers at centre half with suspensions and a few injuries.
“Russ gave me a call and I jumped at the chance to get involved again.
“I have some great memories and played some of my best football here, even when I came in the first time when I was just a young lad, I really enjoyed it.”
“I have some great memories and played some of my best football here…” Keith Lowe
Harriers are undoubtedly in a worse position now than they were at the time of Lowe’s last departure.
The team had just finished second in the National League North table and lost out in the first of what would become two successive play-off finishes under John Eustace.
At present the team find themselves in a tough spot much further down the table, but the experienced campaigner was in no doubt that the squad and club can arrest the slide.
Asked if “Yeah, maybe, but it’s always hard when you have a good season like we did; inevitably you eventually lose good players to higher division clubs
“That’s what happened and it’s what happens with a lot of teams at this level.
“It’s great for the lads that have gone on and done better, but hopefully we can get something going here and make the club go up, as well as the players.”
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