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Born: 17 October 1956
Came from: Launceston Went to: Swansea City
First game: 24 April 1976 Last game: 11 May 1985
Appearances: 381 (371/10) Goals: 8
Harrison was one of a rare breed: an Argyle apprentice who progressed through the ranks to become a first team regular for eight seasions. An unassuming character, he was not a player of great flamboyance or outstanding skill, nor was he a big physical defender. He made his way in football through anticipation, good ball control and an innate ability to read the game. He was deployed as either a right-back or centre-back in his 11 years at Home Park, and played under seven different managers. Harrison left Argyle for Swansea City in 1985 and went on to play for Saltash United.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in all first-team competitions.
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