Harry Forrester

Soccer Player

Harry Forrester was born in Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom on January 2nd, 1991 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 33, Harry Forrester biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 2, 1991
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom
33 years old
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Association Football Player
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Harry Forrester Life

Harry Lee Forrester (born 2 January 1991) is an English professional footballer who competes for Orange County SC in the USL Championship. Forster came from Watford and Aston Villa's youth teams, and England has been banned from participating at the youth level.

He has appeared at Kilmarnock, Brentford, Doncaster Rovers, AFC Wimbledon, and Rangers.

Although mainly an attacking midfielder, he can be deployed in a variety of positionsspert including on the left wing.


Harry Forrester Career

Club career

Forrester was a student at the University of Northampton Town in 2000 and moved to Watford. Watford alegerned Northampton £13,000 in compensation as Forrester was just ten years old.

Despite increased demand from Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United for the highly rated teen, Aston Villa signed Forrester from Watford in summer 2007. In December 2007, a transfer tribunal ruled on Forrester's compensation as he was only 16 years old when he signed for Villa. An initial price of £250,000 was charged, which may have risen to £1.2 million as well as a swath of the sell-on price. He immediately helped Villa's under-18 team win FA Premier Academy League gold in the 2007–08 season after joining. He also played for Villa's reserve team, which won the Reserve League South championship for the third time in a row. However, Villa went on to lose the Play-off Final against Manchester United, the Reserve League North's champions. He was an unoccupied sub. After his deal came to an end, he was released by Villa in May 2011.

Forrester signed Kilmarnock's Scottish Premier League loan in August 2010. In the 2–1 victory over St Mirren on September 11, he made his Scottish Premier League debut. On October 23, Forrester scored with a header in a 2–1 loss to Inverness Caledonian Thistle. He played eight games in all competitions for Kilmarnock before returning to Aston Villa in January 2011.

Despite being released by Aston Villa, there was still a lot of skepticism surrounding Forrester's future, with reports from Championship side Barnsley and Dutch champions Ajax. Forster returned to join the latter on trial, playing with their reserve team Jong Ajax, and manager Frank de Boer praised him. In a 5–2 win over VV GOES on July 27, 2011, Jong Ajax scored a hat-trick.

On August 4, 2011, Forster decided to postpone a transfer to Ajax to join League One side Brentford, led by Uwe Rösler, on a two-year deal. In the 2–1 victory over Exeter City on August 16, 2011, he made his Bees debut as a health substitute. In the first round of the Football League Trophy, Sam Wood played his first game for Brentford in a 3-3 draw against Milton Keynes Dons, before being replaced by Sam Wood after 78 minutes. Forrester earned his team a 2–2 draw and a replay against Chelsea in the fourth round of the FA Cup on January 27th by converteding a penalty won by Tom Adeyemi in the 73rd minute.

Forrester left Brentford after his deal came to an end on June 30, 2013 and signed with Doncaster Rovers, the newly promoted Championship club. In an FA Cup third round loss to Stevenage at home on January 4, 2014, Forrester scored his first goal for Rovers. During the 2013–14 season, only three Forrelugs made it to just 9 appearances scholar (seven in the League), of which only three were active.

Forrester scored a controversial goal against Bury on the first day of the 2015-16 season, but Forrester mistook the ball into Bury's goal on August 8, 2015. Doncaster boss Paul Dickov ordered his team to allow Bury's equalizer from the game's restarted, Roast striker Leon Clarke allowed to walk the ball into the Doncaster goal, leveling the match at 1-1.

Forrester signed Rangers on an initial six-month contract on December 31, 2015. Forrester said it was an honor to be part of one of Europe's biggest clubs' and that he wanted to stay longer than his initial six-month contract. Harry also stated that he wanted to grow as a player by learning from the club's more experienced players, such as Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller. Forrester made his Rangers debut in a 5–1 win over Cowdenbeath in the Scottish Cup on January 10, 2016. Forrester scored his first goal for the club on February 27th, netting the winner with four minutes remaining in a 1–0 league win over St Mirren after coming on as a replacement. Forrester was forced to miss a season due to a hairline fracture that ended his season earlier this year while playing in the 2016 Scottish Challenge Cup Final against Peterhead on April 10th. However, two days later, he signed a new three-year deal with Rangers. Forrester was advised by Pedro Caixinha on June 13th to avoid training and find a new club.

Forster's deal with Rangers was terminated by mutual agreement in July 2018, and he joined Iranian club Tractor, ending his two-year deal.

Forrester joined Tabriz rivals Machine Sazi on loan onunité on August 30, 2018, after two appearances for Tractor.

Forrester was signed by USL Championship side Orange County SC ahead of the 2019 season, on January 18, 2019.

Forrester was a member of the Los Angeles Force during the 2022 season.


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After agreeing to a three-year deal at Parkhead, Brendan Rodgers will be named as Celtic's boss for the second time on Friday. During Rodgers' first stint as boss in Glasgow, he saw them produce back-to-back domestic Trebles. Fans of his return to Leicester City midway through the 2018-19 season were outraged, although Celtic supporters were split on his return to the club.