We’re nothing without you – Boss

Boss on Season Ticket holders as the fightback begins in 2024-25….

Phil Brown. Pic (C) Ade Hoskins

PHIL Brown knows Harriers are ‘nothing’ without Season Ticket holders, and is urging supporters to help lead the charge for a brand new campaign.

Season Tickets went on sale at the club last week and are available for an Earlybird Period until 30th June where fans can make a considerable saving.

The boss is aware of how disappointing last season was for so many – not least the Aggborough faithful – but he insists that the club and its supporters need to stay united as the challenge of the National League North looms on the horizon.

“We can’t do anything without our supporters, we can’t achieve anything without our supporters,” Brown explained.

“The supporters don’t just come in when we’re winning games of football, though we bolstered the crowd for sure because of winning games of football.

“The supporters are here through thick and thin; they are the keyholders of this fantastic football club.

“I’ll be long gone, and they’ll still be here… the supporters are ever present, and they’ve supported us last season through the thin, and hopefully it will be through the thick next year.”

Brown has already tied down the likes of Christian Dibble, Amari Morgan-Smith and Ashley Hemmings for the term ahead.

Work is now ongoing to add fresh faces to the mix.

The tactician went on to say: “The new signings, hopefully, will excite one or two of the supporters and get some pennies out of pockets, but it’s basically Kidderminster Harriers through and through; they’re the supporters we want – Season Ticket holders.

“We want to get as many as we possibly can in for the start of next season to start the campaign in a positive light.

“Without those Season Ticket holders, we’re nothing, and we know they’ll come, but we want to reward them by bringing in the right kind of players so that they can have a bit of pride with home performances, and not just the away performances, this season.”

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This article is about: Club News, Management


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