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16th January 2004 22:42

Stags striker Andy White has been recalled from his loan spell at Kidderminster Harriers. White was into his 3rd month of his loan spell and made 8 starts and a substitute appearance, scoring once for the Aggborough side.

Mansfield have recalled striker Andy White from his loan spell at Kidderminster ahead of the Stags' weekend trip to Leyton Orient.
White went on loan to Aggborough at the start of November and scored one goal in nine league and cup appearances.
His return follows manager Keith Curle's decision to farm out Field Mill prospects Chris Beardsley and Craig Mitchell to Worksop Town and Northwich respectively.
Harriers official website:
NEWS has broken that Mansfield Town have recalled striker Andy White from his loan spell at Kidderminster Harriers.

The 22 year-old striker, who made eight appearances for Harriers during his near three month stay at Aggborough, soon became a favourite with the crowd at Kidderminster who will be sad to see the giant striker leave the club.

It is believed White, who scored one goal during his loan spell, was recalled by boss Keith Curle to cover a lengthy suspension and injury list the Field Mill club currently have.

Molby told the official website White leaves Harriers with the club's best wishes:

“Obviously it's a shame to see Andy go. He came here at a difficult time for the club and did a super job for us.

“We are aware he is out of contract at the end of the season and we'll monitor his progression at Mansfield.

“We'd to like thank him for his efforts here and wish him well.”


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