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Marc Pugh goes out to Kidderminster


Marc Pugh

By Tranzic
November 10 2005

Burnley's youth team striker Marc Pugh has left Turf Moor for a spell of 'work experience' with Conference side Kidderminster Harriers.


Pugh Heads To Aggborough

Burnley's youth team striker Marc Pugh has left Turf Moor for a spell of 'work experience' with Conference side Kidderminster Harriers.

The 18-year-old has bagged 15 goals in 11 games for the youth team so far this term and has also netted a goal for the reserves, taking his total tally for the season to 16.

Pugh initially signed for the club as an apprentice winger back in 2003, but has this season been playing up front and in good form for Terry Pashley's team and the reserve team, managed by former Harrier Mark Yates

As part of the apprentice system in place, players in the third year of their apprenticeship as Marc is, are allowed to move to other clubs on 'work experience' where they can train and play games on a temporary basis which is what Pugh will do at the Aggborough Stadium before returning to Turf Moor.

The Bacup based player has been named as a first team substitute twice this season in the Carling Cup games with Aston Villa and Carlisle United, after first appearing on the bench back in the 2003/04 season.


The Longside says: We wish Marc all the best, and this experience can only be good for him and us!

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