Harrison Harry Image 1 Middlesbrough 1922

Harrison Harry Image 1 Middlesbrough 1922


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Redcar born goalkeeper Harry Harrison had played for Redcar and Grangetown Athletic before World War One, joining Newcastle United in February 1912 while still an amateur without making their first eleven,  before he joined Middlesbrough in May 1913 as understudy to Tim Williamson. He had to wait patiently, both Williamson’s consistency and 4 years lost to War, before making his ‘Boro debut in the First Division at Manchester United in October 1919, one of the longer apprenticeships in football. In the 5 seasons after the resumption of peacetime football he played 31 games for Middlesbrough, before moving to Darlington in July 1924, where he spent a season without getting into their first team. He continued to tour the North East football scene first by signing for Durham City in August 1925, where he played 38 matches in his single season, then with 2 seasons at Hartlepools United, for whom he signed in June 1926 making 70 appearances, and finally, from July 1928, rejoining Darlington, where he played 26 matches four years after his first spell at Feethams.



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