Harry is no stranger to new challenges, having previously plied his trade in the United Kingdom (for Reading and QPR among others), the United States and Spain before arriving in Saalfelden in the summer of 2019. It proved to be just the right move for the Englishman, who quickly worked his way into Christian Ziege’s starting XI and contributed eight goals in 22 matches in a stellar debut campaign. Harry has settled in well off the pitch too, going for hikes and enjoying the amazing scenery in the surrounding area. But as he himself readily admits, none of that quite beats the feeling of scoring goals.
“My first football shirt was a Celtic one, I used to love the color green. My first experience of watching a football match live was when I went to watch Chelsea.”