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Left-winger Harrison endeared himself to supporters after netting the winner on his home debut for the club in 2011.
Moving to United from Bromley, where he was twice voted the Kent club’s Player of the Year, 29-year old Harrison is a troublesome presence for any defence thanks to his pace, close ball control and supply line to the forwards. Also capable of playing at left-back, he was an integral member of United’s Conference Play-off and FA Trophy double-winning side of 2013/14. London-born and the U’s longest serving player, he has now made over 330 appearances in a black and amber shirt, whilst contributing 20 plus goals during his time with United. Fans favourite Harrison signed a new one-year deal during the summer and will remain at the Abbey until at least the conclusion of the 2020/21 season.