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Harry Worley – Released by Newport County

Harry Worley is a product of the Chelsea youth academy and spent the best part of his early career out on loan at respected lower division clubs, trying to impress head scouts at Chelsea and eventually gain a first team place at the Premier League outfit. But with stiff competition in the form of John Terry and other players alike, young players like Harry Worley have always found it hard to break into Premier League first team elevens. Worley experienced the same scenario and had three different loan spells at Doncaster Rovers, where he made just 10 appearances, Carlisle United where he made just one appearance and finally at Leicester City where he made two appearances.
However Worley impressed Leicester scouts enough to earn himself a contract at the club but in the two years he spent there he failed to make a single appearances and was used as more of a backup player to the clubs first team regulars.
Still yet to make his big break Worley joined Luton Town on loan for one month and after impressing the club’s manager Worley’s loan was extended for a further month where he made 8 appearances.
Worley would then go out on loan again the following season but this time for a longer period, where he joined Crewe Alexandra on loan from August 2009 to January 2010, making 23 goals and scoring his first senior goal.

In 2010 Harry Worley joined Oxford United where in his three-year spell at the club, impressed and went on the make 62 appearances scoring twice.
He was then signed by newly promoted side Newport County and despite a number of impressive perfomances throughout the season, Worley was released in May of this year.

Worley is just 25 years old and still has a lot to offer English football, it came as a surprise that he was released by Newport County and he will have confidence his search for a new club isn’t a long process.

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