Tuesday, July 28, 2009


Free Scoring Hariss

Hariss Harun (born 19 November 1990) is a Singaporean footballer and plays for S-League team, Young Lions as a central midfielder. He is S.League's and also the national team's youngest ever player, playing at the age of 16.

Football career
24 June 2007, only 16 years 7 months and 5 days old (16 years and 217 days old), Harun became the youngest ever player to don the national jersey as he came on in the second half in a friendly against North Korea. He currently have 53 international caps to his name, starting in all Singapore international matches for the past 2 years. In his 53 caps, he scored an amazing 26 goals for Singapore and had 31 assist.

He is known as a hard-tackling player, and he has been booked and sent off quite a number of times, most notably during the friendly with the Singapore Under-23 side against
He was part of the
Singapore Under-23 team that took part in the 2007 Southeast Asian Games in Korat, Thailand that won a bronze medal.

In August 2007, he was Singapore's winner of Nike's Who's The Next contest, and secured a training stint at
Barcelona's famed academy, La Masia. He trained at the Catalans' youth academy for a week, with 13 other players from six Asia Pacific countries including Korea and Japan. The youngsters participated in three friendly games against players from Barca's youth academy, where he was selected captain for all the games. He returned a week later with the MVP award.[1]

After his outstanding performance in the match between Singapore and Liverpool, he has attracted interest from many English clubs. These clubs include Arsenal and Leeds United.[citation needed]

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