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Ian Harte

Number 23

D.O.B.

31/8/1977

Height

5' 9

Position

Defender

Signed

August 2010

Fee

Undisclosed

Former Clubs

Carlisle, Blackpool, Sunderland, Levante, St Mirren, Leeds

International

Republic of Ireland

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The evergreen Ian Harte joined Reading on deadline day the 2010 summer transfer window, signing a 2-year deal.

Harte, the man known for being a dead-ball specialist, started his career of at Leeds where he played over 200 games for the Whites, where he gained experience in playing in the Premier League and also the Champions League.

After unsuccessful spells with Sunderland and Blackpool, he joined League 1 outfit Carlisle United where he scored a brilliant 20 goals in all compeitions.

He continued in this vain of goal scoring form with 11 goals for the Royals during the 2010/11 campaign, including a double over Middlsbrough. This led him being voted into the PFA Championship Team of the Season by his fellow professionals.

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