Harry White

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Harry White

Solihull Moors

Striker

18.12.1994

English

Harry White is a strong and athletic striker who moved to the United States at a young age in order to pursue college studies. Whilst playing for Lincoln Land Community College in Illinois he scored 38 goals in 25 games and won various honours as his side swept to the NJCAA Region 24 Championship. Harry's goal-scoring exploits saw him receive Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Forward of the Year recognition.

Returning to England in October 2014, Harry signed non-contract terms with his local club Banbury United. After three brief substitute appearances, Harry made his first start on the 14th October against Daventry and duly scored a hat-trick. This caught the eye of a number of clubs and on the 30th October Harry signed a contract to run until the summer of 2016 with National League North club Gloucester City.

Harry made his Gloucester debut as a late substitute on the 1st November, away to Lowestoft Town, and made an immediate impression scoring a goal in a 3-0 win. Harry would start 17 games in the Conference North in his fledgling season in English football, scoring 9 goals in the process, often catching the eye with his bustling, all action centre forward play. In the 2015/2016 pre-season, Harry was the subject of a large transfer bid from a rival non-league club and although Gloucester City accepted the bid and granted permission for personal terms to be discussed, Harry rejected the move.

That would prove to he a wise decision for on transfer deadline day Harry joined League One club Barnsley for an undisclosed fee, penning a two year professional contract. It would not take Harry too long to make a good impression on his new employers ; on the 10th October 2015 he was named as a substitute for the League One fixture against Crewe and on the 13th October 2015 he made his professional bow as a 65th minute substitute in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie against Bradford. Throughout the following months Harry often remained a substitute in League One, awaiting his Football League debut.

On the 1st February 2016, Barnsley agreed to loan Harry to National League club Kidderminster Harriers in order to gain more senior experience and he started his first game away to Boreham Wood on the 6th February - his first start in professional football. In his second game, Harry scored his first professional goal, as the Harriers beat Eastleigh and he scored again in the following fixture against Macclesfield. His 3rd goal in 5 starts for Harriers came on the 20th February against Chester and after 7 appearances Harry returned to parent club Barnsley.

On the 16th March, Harry was out on loan in the National League again - this time at Boreham Wood- and he scored his first goal for them in his 3rd appearance on 2nd April, a vital late equaliser away to Chester and he scored again in the next fixture at Halifax. In the summer of 2016, enjoying the experience of senior football, Harry agreed to transfer from Barnsley for an undisclosed fee to ambitious National League club Solihull Moors.





































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