Harry Arter

Harry Nicholas Arter, born in Sidcup, England on December 28, is a professional football player who works for Premier League club Bournemouth and the Republic of Ireland national team.

When he was young, he showed great interests in football. Then, he dedicated himself to the healthy and sacred industry. In 2007, he started his playing career at Charlton Athletic, in which he participated in a match as a substitute. Prior to playing with Woking, he was loaned to non-league Staines Town and Welling United.

After one season, he became a regular of football club Bournemouth. Under the help of Harry Arter, Bournemouth has been promoted to the Champion and to the Premier League in 2013 and 2015 respectively. In 2010, he reached an agreement with League One club Bournemouth for an undisclosed fee. After two months, he accomplished his first appearance in their first match of the season. Due to a foul on Akpo Sodje, he was booked in the first half.

In 2014-15 season, he became a prominent football player of Bournemouth, winning 9 goals from 43 competitions. After a short time, he was voted Supporters’ Player of the Season. For his outstanding performances on sports fields, he earned his first cap in 2016 for the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying game against Poland. Besides, he also participated in many international matches, making great contributions to the football club. He is widely regarded as one of the best player in the history of Bournemouth.

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