Jay Lee Harris

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Football biography

Jay Lee Harris (born 4 January 1983 in London, England) is a former English professional footballer.

Career

Harris Started his career as a youth spending time at Millwall and West Ham United before signing his YTS with Charlton Athletic.

Upon being released Harris decided to join Tooting and Mitcham United dropping out of the football league. He had a successful spell with the Terrors. After two successful years Harris was again on the move to Norway with Tromsdalen. After only playing in the second half of their season Harris and Tromsdalen agreed to part ways for undisclosed reasons. Harris returned to England signing for Crawley Town of the Conference National. After only a year he was again on his travels, but this time signing for Dunaújváros in Hungary. This would seem consistent with his career as he never spent more than 2 years at one team. Again it was not long before his time at Dunaújváros was up with the club ceasing operation midway through the 2008–2009 season. Choosing to stay in Hungary he joined Vasas. His time was bitter sweet, enjoying his football, but internal problems forced him to leave.

It was not until 10 months later when Harris signed for Enköpings of the Swedish second division that he resurfaced. During the 10 months without a team it is known he spent time in Italy with the Genova International soccer school training with the likes of Iván de la Peña although it is unclear why he did not sign with a team in Italy. Signing a non-professional contract with Enköpings enabled him to regain his fitness and have control over any opportunities. It did not take long for interest to arise from several clubs in Sweden and Norway with Harris choosing to sign with Alta only having spent 3 months with Enköpings. Harris signed a short term contract till the end of the season with Alta.

Choosing not to return for the 2011 season he instead went looking for his next challenge, which would take him half way across the world to Asia signing with Thai Port of the Thai Premier League in early 2011. After a frustrating 6 months of not playing due to regulatory deadlines and paperwork not being completed before season start he left with a new owner taking over. After spending time in Myanmar and having offers in Vietnam along with Malaysia he opted to stay in Thailand signing a 2-year contract with BBCU. Leaving Thailand Harris signed for Fort Lauderdale Schulz Academy for the summer in the United States of America before signing with the Chicago Soul of the Major Indoor Soccer League in September then tranferring to the Chicago Mustangs of the PASL-Pro in October on a 6-month contract.

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