Albert Harry
Full name - Albert Ernest Harry
Date of birth - 8 March 1897
Place of birth - Kingston upon Thames, England
Date of death - 1966 (aged 6869)
Playing position - Outside right
19211934 - Apps: 410 - Goals 53
Albert Ernest Harry (1897 1966) was an English footballer who played in The Football League for Crystal Palace. He also played
for Kingstonian, Dartford and Shrewsbury Town.

Harry was signed for Crystal Palace in 1921 by then manager Edmund Goodman, who had spotted Harry playing for Kingstonian in the
Surrey Cup Final. He made his Football League debut in March 1922 and went on to make 410 appearances for Crystal Palace between
then and 1934, a club record which stood until surpassed by Terry Long in 1960. Harry moved to Dartford in August 1934 and later
to Shrewsbury Town. Harry subsequently retired from football and became a publican in Oakmoor, Staffordshire.

Albert Harry died in 1966 aged 68 or 69.
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