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Harry Worley

Former Loanee

D.O.B.

25/11/1988

Height

6ft 4in

Weight

13st 3lbs

Position

Centre Defence

Signed

August 2009

Fee

Loan

Former Clubs

Leicester City, Carlisle (loan), Doncaster (loan), Chelsea, Luton Town

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Worley signed on a season long loan from Leicester City early on in the 09/10 season with a view to a permanent deal the following summer.

He made his debut in August 2009 in the 4-0 win over Grimsby Town.

He went on to have a stop start season after an ankle injury in late 2009 forced him out for three months.

His battle for a first team place with Mat Mitchel King and Danny O'Donnell proved a tough one, making just 23 appearances during his season long loan spell.

Worley returned to Leicester in summer 2010.

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