Former Sky Blues striker
Andrew Ducros is heading back into the football league after he
was snapped up from Nuneaton Borough.
22-year-old is moving to newly-promoted Kidderminster Harriers
as they prepare to start their campaign in Division Three.
Ducros, who was released
from Coventry last summer, is reported to have fetched
Lionel Newton said he was signed after impressing manager Jan
Molby in the Conference last season.
"This is a
massive jump for us as a club in terms of what we have been
paying for players, but we feel we have made a great signing.
"I think Andrew
could be the new Mike Marsh. He is an extremely talented
player who caused us a number of problems last season. This
move will put him in the shop window and I am sure he will go
on and progress to bigger and better things."
His departure comes a
month after Borough signed a new goal machine.
Stafford Rangers striker
Richard Mitchell notched 42 goals in 52 matches last season and
the 26 year-old has hit almost 100 during the past three
Also moving to Nuneaton
is 34 year-old Mark Taylor from Hereford.
Both players were signed
on free transfers under the Bosman Ruling and signed one-year