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Andy Thorn sacked as Kidderminster Harriers manager after two months in charge.

Coventry manager Andy Thorn has dismissed "malicious rumours" he has quit as Sky Blues boss

Former Coventry City manager Andy Thorn has today been sacked of Skrill Premier League side Kidderminster Harriers.

Thorn, who was sacked by the Sky Blues after just three games of the 2012/2013 Season, leaves Aggborough after just two months at the helm of the club.

On the official Kidderminster Harriers website, the following statement was released; “Kidderminster Harriers can confirm that First Team Manager Andy Thorn and Assistant First Team Coach Craig Knight are to leave the club with immediate effect.

“The club feels that by making a change now, the team will have a better opportunity to not only finish the current season strongly but, equally as importantly, will also be able to carry momentum forward into the start of a new season – whichever division that may be in.”

After joining the club on the 8th January, Thorn took charge of just eight league games; where he won two, drew two and lost four. Thorn also took charge of two FA Cup ties, where they defeated League One side Peterborough United 3-2 away from home before narrowly losing 1-0 to Premier League Sunderland in the Fourth Round.

Thorn leaves Harriers with the side 10th in the Skrill Premier, four points from the play off positions.

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