Fraser Horsfall loaned to Kidderminster Harriers
- Town defender loaned to Kidderminster
- Loan deal to run until 31 January 2018
- 20 year-old defender joins National League North side
Huddersfield Town defender Fraser Horsfall has been recalled from his loan spell at Gateshead and has been subsequently loaned out to Kidderminster Harriers.
Town exercised the option to recall the Horsfall as he hadn’t featured for National League side Gateshead this season.
The youngster has since signed for Kidderminster Harriers in a loan deal that will run until 31 January 2018, with the Club having the option to recall the defender in January.
Managed by former Coventry, Derby, Stoke and Watford midfielder John Eustace; The Reds currently play in the National League North having finished in second place last season, losing out to Halifax Town in the Play-Off Semi-Finals last season.
Kidderminster Harriers currently sit in 14th after 7 games having won three and lost four games.
Horsfall joined Huddersfield Town as a 10 year-old, progressing through the age groups into Frankie Bunn’s Development Squad, making 11 appearances for the side last season.
Prior to joining Gateshead, Fraser signed a one-year contract extension with Huddersfield Town which runs until the end of the current campaign.
The 20 year-old has also spent time out on loan at Trafford FC, Stalybridge Celtic and Salford City where he was part of the side that lost out in the National League North Play-Off Semi-Final last season.