Lee Harry Image 1 Fulham 1913

Lee Harry Image 1 Fulham 1913


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Preston, Lancashire born centre forward Harry Lee began his football career with local Preston side Moor Parts and played for Leyland in 1905 and St Helens Recreation in 1906, from where he signed for newly elected Second Division club Fulham in 1907, making his Football League debut at Wolverhampton Wanderers the same November, scoring on his home debut a week later in a heavy win over Gainsborough Trinity. However these proved his only matches in his debut season for The Cottagers and in their 1908-09 campaign he scored once more in 5 appearances in the second half of the season, before a move to Southern League club Reading in the 1909 close season.

After three seasons at Elm Park, Lee returned to Fulham in the summer of 1912 and top scored for The Cottagers with 16 goals in the final 1914-15 season before the onset of the First World War forced the suspension of peacetime football in May 1915, a total which included a hat-trick in a 3-1 win over Lincoln City in March 1915. After 31 goals in 65 appearances for Fulham across both spells, his career was then put on hold by the War, during which he worked at Dick Kerr’s in Preston, and after the War he signed for Southern League club Gillingham, where he scored 4 goals in 25 appearances during their 1919-20 campaign, but before they entered the new Third Division of the Football League he returned to Lancashire to play for Chorley, his last known club before his eventual retirement.


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