Whilst Harry Bunn’s playing career has spanned over a decade, the bulk of his first-team appearances came during his three-and-a-half seasons with Huddersfield.
Bunn was a product of Manchester City’s Academy, but never ended up making a single senior outing for the Premier League leaders – with all of his league action coming during a number of loan spells with the likes of Rochdale, Preston, Oldham, Crewe and Sheffield United.
The sixth and final loan spell saw him move to the Terriers, and despite failing to make a first-team appearance, he was snapped up by the Yorkshire outfit on a short-term basis.
But the following season, Bunn managed to establish himself as a regular, scoring a career-high nine goals in the Championship, before netting a further eight times during the next two seasons at the John Smith’s Stadium.
However, injuries in the 2016-2017 campaign saw the frontman restricted to just 19 outings, so what has Bunn been doing with his career since his Huddersfield departure?
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Bunn initially joined League One side Bury, although despite enjoying a productive campaign at Gigg Lane, was loaned out to Southend United after just one season, before he was left as a free agent after the Shakers went out of business at the beginning of 2019-2020.
Following six months without a club, Bunn was snapped up by Kilmarnock last January on a short-term deal, but his chances were limited in the Scottish Premiership due to Coronavirus, appearing just four times in total, although one of which came against champions Celtic.
Having been released by Killie in the summer, Bunn took a dramatic slide down the football pyramid, joining National League North outfit York City, although he confirmed in an official interview with the club that he’d rejected offers from the Football League in order to sign.
York are currently sitting 12th in the standings – with Bunn having scored three times in 11 games, and whilst he’s gone from playing in the Championship to the sixth-tier in the space of four years, after a difficult few seasons, it’ll no doubt be a relief for him to be playing regular football again.