Marcus Bignot, manager of Skrill North club Solihull Moors, as added well-travelled 28-year old centre-back Exodus Geohaghon….
….and brought back exciting winger Dior Angus.
The 6’5″ Geohaghon has played for a number of clubs, including Sutton Coldfield Town, Bromsgrove Rovers, Redditch United, Kettering Town, Peterborough United, Barnet, Darlington and Kidderminster Harriers and was part of last season’s championship-winning Mansfield Town squad.
This season Geohaghon, who has possesses England `C` caps, made a number of appearances for Moors` league rivals Worcester City before moving to Conference Premier outfit Braintree Town last November.
Angus is another success of the Solihull Moors youth system and the son of former Nuneaton Borough and Rugby Town player Terry Angus.
After loan spells out to gain experience with Leamington and Banbury United in the Southern League, Angus established himself as a thrilling prospect at Moors with a strong season in the Conference North – the 19-year-old making more than thirty appearances, scoring seven goals.
His performances were enough to catch the eye of Kidderminster Harriers, who swooped to sign him on a one-year contract in June 2013.
To date this season, Angus has made six first-team appearances for Harriers.