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Lee Morris
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Lee Morris signed for the Harriers following his appearance in a friendly win at Chasetown.  The much travelled striker was once sold for three million pounds to Derby County by his first club Sheffield Utd.

He had a reasonable career with the Pride Park club and then joined Leicester City for £120,000 but failed to impress with them and made just ten appearances in over two years there without scoring.  He fell through the leagues until he ended up at Hereford Utd last season

He again didn't achieve anything there and was sent out on loan to Mansfield and Forest Green before being released at the end of the season.

During his one season stay at Aggborough he battled against injury to make a total of thirty appearances for the club and five goals before leaving for a job as player/coach at Eastwood Town.

FACTFILE:
Born: Blackpool 30-04-1980 Height: 5ft 10ins Weight: 10st 7ins Position: Forward
Club
Date
Fee
Apps
Goals
Sheffield Utd
28-12-97 : 14-10-99
Trainee
33
8
Derby County
14-10-99 : 02-02-04
£3,000,000
101
18
Huddersfield
08-03-01 : 07-05-01
Loan
5
1
Leicester
02-02-04 : 02-08-06
£120,000
10
0
Yeovil Town
02-08-06 : 24-08-08
Free
40
6
Burton Albion
24-08-08 : 31-05-09
Signed
30
7
Hereford Utd
27-07-09 : 31-05-10
Free
13
1
Mansfield
27-11-09 : 15-03-10
Loan
5
1
Forest Green
19-03-10 : 31-05-10
Loan
9
2
Harriers
20-07-10 : 07-07-11
Signed
30
5
Eastwood Town
07-07-11 : 19-10-11
Signed
No data
No data
Solihull Moors
19-10-10 : No data
Signed
No data
No data





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