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Last Updated: Thursday, 24 March, 2005, 14:45 GMT
Kidderminster handed League fine
Kidderminster have been fined 12,000 by the Football League for fielding an ineligible player during October.

The player in question was on-loan Portsmouth striker James Keene, who was unregistered for their games against Bristol Rovers and Chester.

The Harriers pleaded guilty to two breaches of League regulations - and were fined 6,000 for each breach as well as the costs of the hearing.

However, half of the fine has been suspended for a period of two years.

Meanwhile, Kidderminster have signed former West Brom midfielder Adam Chambers, who left the Hawthorns last month, on non-contract terms.

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