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Mullins Extends Aggborough Stay

The 20 year old has impressed since joining the Aggborough outfit on loan in October and new boss Mark Yates has wasted no time in extending the midfielder’s stay.

So far the youngster has made 12 appearances this season and scored his first goal in Harriers 1-0 victory over Woking at the weekend.

It’s Mullins’ second stay at Aggborough, last season he made 21 starts for the club when Stuart Watkiss was in charge, scoring twice.

Speaking to Harriers’ official website Mullins said: 'I'm really pleased to be staying for the season.

'It gives me the chance to play more football as well as letting me have a greater opportunity to help do what I set out to do when I came back, helping us back up into the Football League, or to certainly finish as high as possible.

'I think football is all about opportunities really and I've got another great opportunity to keep impressing people here at Kidderminster so I need to grasp it with both hands.'




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Date:Tuesday January 10 2006

Time: 3:55PM

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'It gives me the chance to play more football as well as letting me have a greater opportunity to help do what I set out to do when I came back, helping us back up into the Football League, or to certainly finish as high as possible. 'I think football is all about opportunities really and I've got another great opportunity to keep impressing people here at Kidderminster so I need to grasp it with both hands.'
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07/03/2006 19:00:00

"Adding: 'But I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Reading and got on well with the fans, so I hope that is shown on Sunday. I hope to get a nice reception, I gave my all for Reading and I hope there is a mutual appreciation from the supporters - there certainly is from my side.' "
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10/03/2006 11:00:00

Is he any relation to the mullins at west ham?
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