Striker Louis Briscoe was handed his debut from the start following his
midweek switch from Tamworth, while Kidderminster Harriers loanee Mani
Dieseruvwe took up his place on the bench.
Dieseurvwe (pictured) joined Harriers in the summer following his departure from
League One Chesterfield side earlier in the close season.
A graduate of the Sheffield Wednesday academy, Dieseurvwe stands 6`5” and had
spells out on loan at Hyde United, Fleetwood Town and Chesterfield, before
joining the latter permanently a year ago, making twenty-four appearances last
season and scoring his first professional goal in the Capital One Cup defeat at
He ended the term at Mansfield Town, proving a thorn in the side of League
Two back lines as the Stags chased the play-offs, netting a peach of a goal to
earn them a point against Barnet back in April before signing for Harriers in the