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Kidderminster Food. His pies regularly topped charts as the most expensive pie in British football.
Kidderminster Harriers. His daughter Helen will continue to run the catering business at Aggborough, once the National League North side is allowed to let supporters back into the stadium.
More on this story. Fans defend 'costly' terrace pies. Latest news from the West Midlands.
Kidderminster harriers pie man brian murdoch dies
Fans saluted Mr Murdoch on Twitter, with Brighton fan Simon Harris tweeting: "One of the best things about being a fan of a lower league club is the away days. The local fans and staff at small grounds that have a passion for it that you just don't get at the 'big clubs'.
The lifelong Harriers fan was known for his "incomparable character and warmth", a club spokesman said. The man behind football's most expensive pie.
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Published 15 October Published 18 October Related Internet Links. Neil Male, Harriers chief executive, said: "I know how much Brian and his family's food business meant to the fans here - for those coming to matches at Aggborough, he was a constant for many, many years and he'll be sadly missed.
Mr Murdoch had been unwell for three years, and leaves his wife Joan, four children and 11 grandchildren. Related Topics.
But some fans defended the cost, saying they were a tasty meal made from fresh ingredients. Speaking inMr Murdoch said he would "not compromise" on quality.
Send your story ideas to: newsonline. The family of a man famed for his football stadium pies have been "overwhelmed" by tributes following his death at the age of Brian Murdoch, whose family business has fed fans at Kidderminster Harriers for nearly 60 years, died on Saturday, the club said.