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Harry Knox (football)

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Harry Knox (born 20 November 2012) is a professional footballer who play's as a winger for SJFA League club Arniston Rangers youth academy. Harry Knox was born and raised in Bowhill, Knox started his career at Dunfermline Athletic. At the time he lived in Burntisland (Scots: Bruntisland), Fife, He joined the club in 2018, but didn’t officially join the club, because he only done training at the club, Knox didn’t play any games. At age 6 he trained at arniston rangers, but did’t actually play at the club he just trained there. At age 7, when it was 2019, he joined Scottish club Tweedbank Thistle, he only played 1 tournament and scored 0 goals. In 2020 Arniston Rangers Approached to buy Knox, Eventually he got bought by Arniston Rangers. He has currently scored 4 goals in the last Tournament and lost in the finals 2-1 to Edinburgh South. In March 2020 Cowdenbeath FC approached to by Knox, But Arniston Rangers rejected the offer. He Doesn’t play for a national team yet, but could play for the national team soon.

References[edit]

Burntisland Arniston Rangers F.C. Dunfermline Athletic F.C.

Person[edit]

Harry Knox


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