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Harte calls time on playing career
27 Aug 2015 11:11
Former Republic of Ireland international Ian Harte has announced his retirement, aged 37.
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Harte enjoyed the most successful spell of his career at Leeds where he became an established name in the Premier League and was voted in the PFA Team of the Year in 1999-2000.
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Often remembered for his skill from free-kicks, he later moved to Spain to play with Levante before brief spells at Sunderland and Blackpool.
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Harte enjoyed a renaissance in his career when he moved to Carlisle United, finishing a season as top scorer with 18 goals from defence.
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He played close to 100 games for Reading in the Championship after a move for £100,000 and then switched to Bournemouth for two seasons as they eventually reached the Premier League.
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The Drogheda man was released at the end of the season and has now decided to call time on his career.
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Harte’s international career saw him become a regular under Mick McCarthy, winning 63 caps and scoring 12 goals.
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