The goal machine continues

Monday, 22nd November, 2009
Harry continued his great goal scoring run last night as he added another goal to his already impressive goal tally during Galatasaray's 1-1 draw against Manisaspor. Harry now has 11 goals so far this season, only 2 shy of the amount of goals he scored in the previous season. A win could have seen Galatasaray reach the top of the table however their unexpected draw sees them sitting in second place, two points behind Fenerbahce. Harry played the entire match but was unable to find another goal and give Galatasaray all three points at home. Photos from the match can be seen here.

"I enjoy scoring and being the leading man"

Friday, 13th November, 2009
In an interview with Fox Sports, Harry talks about playing up front for Australia against Oman. He brought up that "people tend to forget I played three of my best seasons up front - two up for Leeds and one up for Liverpool". It would be great to see Harry up front against Oman and possibly score a goal or two.

Arch-rivals Fener show interest in signing Harry

Thursday, 12th November, 2009
According to media reports in Turkey Galatasaray's rivals and league leaders Fenerbahce are interested in signing Harry. With Harry's 2 year contract expiring at the end of this season many have been wondering where Harry will play next. Galatasaray fans have even started a campaign asking the board to extend his contract and they plan to do so before the winter break in January. However, Harry has asked the board to give him time and decide his future as he misses his family in the United Kingdom.

Harry now travels to Muscat where Australia play Oman on Saturday evening (Sunday 01:00 AET) in another crucial Asian Cup qualifier. With Josh Kennedy absent due to an injury, there have been calls for Pim Verbeek to play Harry as striker with former Socceroo Robbie Slater saying "Harry is such an influential player but he can be very restricted when he plays on the left...He is more effective in that (striker) role because he can go right or left".

Make that 4 goals in 5 games!

Friday, 6th November, 2009
Harry continued his hot streak last night opening the scoring in the 22nd minute against Dinamo Bucharest. Just minutes later, the visitors doubled the lead courtesy of a header from Shabani Nonda before Mehmet Topal wrapped things up in the second half with a blistering left footed shot from 20 yards out. Harry played the full 90 minutes again and now has 10 goals in 19 matches. The result sees Galatasaray cruise through to the Round of 32 of the Europa League as they sit atop Group F with 10 points from 4 matches. 17 photos from the match have been added to the Europa League gallery whilst you can see Harry's right footed goal below. Next up Galatasaray play Diyarbakirspor who are 14th in the Turkish Lig.

Kewell makes it 3 goals in 4 games

Monday, 2nd November, 2009
Harry brought his goal tally of the season to 9 goals in 18 matches with a fantastic free kick last night. Galatasaray enjoyed a 2-0 home victory against Sivasspor and Harry expertly made use of a well positioned free kick as he rocketed the ball straight over the wall and past fellow Aussie Petkovic who was helpless to do anything about it. Shabani Nonda scored the opening goal for Gala whilst Harry's goal came at the end of the first half. The home side were without their injured star striker Milan Baros as well as the suspended Elano and Keita. Harry however capably filled their absence putting in a full 90 minute shift. You can see his goal below as well as all 9 goals from this season here. 22 photos from the match of Harry have been added to the Turkcell Super League gallery.

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