Young defender departs Huddersfield Town
- Fraser Horsfall departs Huddersfield Town
- Young defender joins Kidderminster Harriers
- Permanent transfer comes after loan move
Development Squad defender Fraser Horsfall has today completed a permanent transfer to Vanarama National League North side Kidderminster Harriers.
The 21 year-old centre back has spent the first-half of the 2017/18 season on loan at Aggborough, starting all 22 games in the league, the FA Cup and the FA Trophy since his 31 August move. He’s scored once and helped his side keep eight clean sheets in the process.
He has now joined ‘Kiddy’ on a permanent basis, with Town retaining a sell-on clause on any future transfers.
Managed by former Watford, Coventry City and Derby County midfielder John Eustace, Harriers currently sit in the final Play-Off space in their division – seventh – with 35 points from 22 matches.
Fraser joined the Huddersfield Town Academy as a 10 year-old, progressing all the way through to the Club’s Under-23 side but never making a senior appearance.
Prior to this move, he had gained First Team experience through loan spells at Trafford FC, Stalybridge Celtic, Salford City and Gateshead.
His contract at Town was due to run until the conclusion of the current 2017/18 campaign.
Everyone at Huddersfield Town would like to wish Fraser the best of luck for the future.