Bignot makes Kidderminster return

17 February 2010 04:38
Blue Square Premier side Kidderminster Harriers have re-signed defender Marcus Bignot on non-contract terms until the end of the season.Bignot, 35, played 56 games in his first spell with Harriers before being sold to Crewe for £100,000 in 1997. [LNB]Manager Steve Burr told the club's official website: "Marcus obviously knows a lot about this club and it is great for us to have him on board. [LNB]"His experience will add to what we have in the dressing room." [LNB]Burr added: "With the current situation as it is, it was sensible for us to try and bring in some defensive cover, especially for the full-backs, and Marcus will more than give us that." [LNB]After playing more than 100 games for Crewe, Bignot went on to play for Bristol Rovers, QPR, Rushden & Diamonds and Millwall. [LNB]He left The New Den on transfer deadline day in August and signed for Oldham but had his contract at Boundary Park cancelled by mutual consent in February. [LNB]Bignot also has management experience with Birmingham City Ladies and Arsenal Ladies.

Source: BBC_Sport