Harrison Sharp Makes League Debut

March 06, 2022 | Player News | 1 min read

Dundee goalkeeper Harrison Sharp made his first league start for the club.

Harrison Sharp Makes League Debut

(Picture courtesy of David Young/Dundee FC)

Congratulations to Dundee goalkeeper Harrison Sharp who made his first competitive league start for Dundee at Fir Park yesterday afternoon in the Scottish Premiership.

The 20-year-old goalkeeper was yet to make a competitive first team appearance since his last outing at Dens Park against Elgin City in the Scottish League Cup back in 2018. Ian Lawlor and Adam Legzdins were both ruled out of the match due to covid and injury setbacks respectively which left an opportunity for Harrison to make his league bow.

Sharp had little to do in a reasonably comfortable afternoon between the sticks and it was the visitors who got off to the perfect start through Paul McMullan’s exquisite curling effort. Joseph Efford however did level for Graham Alexander’s side twelve minutes later, but Mark McGhee and his Dundee side did leave Motherwell with a point to add to their league tally as they continue their fight against the drop.

Everyone at Superior Sports would like to congratulate Harrison on his first league start for Dundee.

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