51 Facts About Harry Kewell

1. Harry Kewell says care not cash will keep young stars at Notts County.

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2. Harry Kewell won just three of 14 games since arriving from Crawley and.

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3. Harry Kewell has been dismissed with Notts County 22nd in League Two.

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4. Harry Kewell has been fired from Notts County after just 14 games in charge.

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5. Harry Kewell has incredible strength of character, but it never manifested itself in his Notts County team.

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6. Harry Kewell had done well with Crawley in the previous campaign and fit the.

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7. Harry Kewell sacked as manager of League Two side after 10 weeks in the job.

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8. Harry Kewell leaves Notts County amid flurry of Football League sackings.

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9. Harry Kewell has been dismissed by Notts County less than three months after he was appointed the club's manager.

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10. Harry Kewell sacked by Notts County after less than three months as manager.

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11. Harry Kewell was sacked on Tuesday, having held the position for just ten weeks.

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12. Harry Kewell sacked by Notts County after just three months as manager.

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13. Harry Kewell will be more driven than ever to be a success after dismissal from lowly Notts County.

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14. Harry Kewell has been sacked by Notts County after 14 matches in charge of the Sky Bet League Two club.

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15. Harry Kewell axed by Notts County after just three months as manager.

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16. As of May 2008, Harry Kewell has become the face of Australian men's fashion brand Politix.

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17. Harry Kewell is married to English soap actress Sheree Murphy, whom he met at the Majestyk nightclub in Leeds in 2000.

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18. On 13 November 2018, Harry Kewell was sacked as Notts County manager after just 14 games in charge.

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19. Harry Kewell officially announced as new manager on 3 September 2018.

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20. On 23 May 2017, Harry Kewell was appointed head coach of League Two club Crawley Town, becoming the first Australian to coach a professional English side.

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21. On 23 July 2015, Harry Kewell was appointed head coach of the Watford Under-21 team.

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22. Harry Kewell started in all of the Socceroos' matches in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup, scoring three times for the green and gold in the Qatar-based tournament.

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23. Harry Kewell denied rumours that he was behind a supposed rift in the Socceroos camp.

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24. Harry Kewell was made captain for Australia's qualifier against Iraq at Suncorp Stadium on 1 June 2008.

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25. Harry Kewell was a key part of the Australian squad for the Asian Cup.

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26. Harry Kewell was reported to FIFA by referee Markus Merk for verbal abuse after the match but he escaped being sanctioned.

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27. Harry Kewell played in Australia's opening game of the 2006 World Cup against Japan in Kaiserslautern.

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28. Harry Kewell was considered instrumental in the Socceroos' defeat of Uruguay, turning the course of the match after he came on as a substitute.

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29. Harry Kewell became the youngest player to debut for the Australia national team when he played against Chile on 24 April 1996, aged 17 years and 7 months.

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30. On 19 October 2016, it was announced that Harry Kewell had been chosen as the recipient of the Alex Tobin Medal, Australia's most prestigious football honour, for his achievements during the course of his career.

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31. On 26 March 2014, Harry Kewell announced his retirement from professional football at age 35.

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32. Harry Kewell scored his first goal for the Victory from a penalty against Gold Coast United on 26 November 2011 at AAMI Park, Melbourne, after teammate Archie Thompson was brought down in the box in the first minute.

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33. On 20 August 2011, it was announced Harry Kewell had signed a three-year contract with A-League club Melbourne Victory.

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34. Harry Kewell was a fan favourite among Galatasaray supporters; his working discipline and dignified personality were appreciated by his teammates and board members in Galatasaray as well.

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35. On 16 July 2010, it was revealed that Harry Kewell had rejected an approach from A-League side Gold Coast United in favour of staying in Europe.

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36. On 2 November 2008, Harry Kewell scored his fourth league goal in Galatasaray's home win over Gaziantepspor, after a week full of overwhelming speculations in the Turkish media about his injury.

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37. Harry Kewell found himself unable to make the team after Liverpool's FA Cup defeat to Barnsley.

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38. Harry Kewell provided a cross in for Dirk Kuyt to assist towards a Xabi Alonso goal and then scored a penalty on the 90th minute.

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39. On 13 May 2007, Harry Kewell came on as a substitute in the second half against Charlton Athletic in the last match of the Premier League season, where he scored his last ever goal for the club.

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40. On 30 April 2007, Harry Kewell made his comeback after almost a year out of club football.

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41. Harry Kewell played in the 2006 FA Cup final, only to be substituted in the 48th minute due to abdominal pains.

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42. On 25 May 2005, Harry Kewell became the only Australian-born player to win the UEFA Champions League, playing in Liverpool's win over Milan in the 2005 Champions League final on penalties.

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43. Harry Kewell started and played in the 2005 League Cup final and the 2005 Champions League final.

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44. Harry Kewell was handed the famous number seven shirt, surrendered by Vladimir Smicer.

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45. Harry Kewell played for three seasons in the Leeds United youth team.

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46. Harry Kewell travelled to England with his future Socceroo teammate Brett Emerton.

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47. At age 15, Harry Kewell was offered the opportunity to travel back to England and trial with Premiership football club Leeds United for a period of four weeks as part of the Big Brother Movement in Australia.

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48. At age 14, Harry Kewell travelled to Thailand, Italy and England with the successful Marconi under-14 team that had recently won the state titles.

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49. Harry Kewell was born on 22 September 1978 in Sydney to an English father, Rod, and an Australian mother, Helen.

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50. Harry Kewell scored a goal against Croatia which took Australia through to the knockout stages of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the Australian national team's second World Cup.

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51. In 2012, Harry Kewell was named Australia's greatest footballer in a vote by Australian fans, players and media.

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