Brownrigg's Molby plea
Jul 2 2001
By Staff Reporter, Birmingham Post
Former Kidderminster midfielder Andy Brownrigg is keen to return to Aggborough after admitting: "It was a mistake to leave."
Brownrigg helped Harriers secure promotion to the Football League last May as Conference champions but then departed on the eve of their Third Division debut to join Greenock Morton in a £25,000 deal.
But after a disappointing time in Scotland and then being released by Hartlepool without playing a game, the 24-year-old is now looking to revive his career.
"It was a mistake leaving Kidderminster and I would love to go back," said the former Norwich and Rotherham player, now working for a wood-varnishing firm in Sheffield.
"I would even play there on trial, or sign for two or three months if there was a chance.
"I have spoken to Jan Molby about whether he could fix me up with a move to Sweden. He gave me some advice about my life off the field and told me to sort myself out."
Harriers have been searching for extra left-sided options and there could be a chance for Brownrigg.