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Harry Arter biography
British footballer, Harry Nicholas Arter was born on December 28, 1989 in Sidcup, Greater London in the United Kingdom.
Arter was born to Linda Arter and Terry Arter. He was raised in a nearby area in Eltham with his four siblings; Benji, Daniel, Paddy and Carly.
He can play as a defensive or central midfielder. Although he is presently a member of Premier League team Nottingham Forest, he was not included in their 2022–23 season playing roster.
Harry Arter nationality
Arter was born in Sidcup, Greater London in the United Kingdom. He is British.
Harry Arter age
Arter was born on December 28, 1989, hence he is currently 33 years of age.
Harry Arter net worth
Arter has a net worth estimated to be between $1 million and $10 million.
Harry Arter height and weight
Arter stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches and weighs 70kg.
Harry Arter education
We have no details about Arter’s educational background.
Harry Arter career
At the age of seven, Arter joined Charlton Athletic’s youth program and began his professional career there.
He made his professional debut and lone appearance for Charlton on September 25, 2007, away at Luton Town in the third round of the League Cup after declining offers from other teams to stay with the club.
He replaced Svetoslav Todorov in the 86th minute as Charlton fell 3-1 in the extra period. He was soon given a diagnosis of persistent tendinitis in his Achilles, which ultimately ruptured, keeping him out of play for about a year.
He had trouble breaking into the first team after getting back in shape under new boss Phil Parkinson.
Arter and Parkinson got into a fight early in the 2008–09 season, with Arter claiming that Parkinson had “belittled” him by sending him on a trial with non–League team Staines Town before a brief loan.
Arter and his former Charlton teammate Aswad Thomas signed a one-year contract with Conference South club Woking on June 2, 2009, after being suggested by assistant manager Jimmy Dack, who had previously worked with Arter at Welling.
Arter had been waiting for a concrete offer to join AFC Wimbledon, but when Wimbledon didn’t get back to him, he accepted Woking’s offer.
On the first day of the 2009–10 campaign, during a 2-1 victory over his old team Welling United, he made his club debut.
Arter got a hat-trick for the team on October 24, 2009, in a 5-0 FA Cup victory over Hendon.
Eddie Howe signed Arter to League One team Bournemouth on June 7, 2010, for an undisclosed price that was later reported to be £4,000.
After assistant manager Jason Tindall was impressed by Arter on a scouting mission, the club rushed to sign him after a recent transfer embargo was removed.
He made his season debut in the club’s opening game, away to his previous team Charlton, two months after impressing during the club’s preseason games.
During the 2011 summer transfer window, the sales of Danny Hollands and Anton Robinson made it possible for Arter to obtain more first team experience with Bournemouth.
After 26 minutes of Bournemouth’s 1-1 draw at Preston North End on August 25, 2012, in his fourth appearance of the 2012–13 campaign, Arter was dismissed for two bookable offenses.
Following Bournemouth’s promotion to the Championship, they faced Arter’s old team Charlton on the first day of the season for the third time in four seasons. Bournemouth won 2-1, giving Arter his first-ever victory over his old team.
Arter was eager to push for promotion at the start of the 2014–15 season despite their record performance and stated he would view the season as a failure if the club did not at least make the playoffs.
Arter agreed to a three-year contract with EFL Championship team Nottingham Forest on September 22, 2020, for an unknown sum.
Arter at Forest swiftly lost favor, and by January 2021, the club was already willing to let Arter go.
Arter was informed that he was free to leave the club at the conclusion of the 2020–21 campaign since he was not in manager Chris Hughton’s plans.
For the 2021–22 season, Arter returned to Charlton Athletic on loan on August 31, 2021, to the team where he had made his senior debut. Arter made the decision to go back to his parent club on January 4, 2022.
Arter joined Notts County in the National League on loan on March 16 and will remain there till May 2022. After nine appearances, Arter made his way back to Nottingham Forest on May 4, 2022.
Harry Arter family and siblings
Arter was born to Linda Arter and Terry Arter. He shares the same parents with his four siblings; Benji, Daniel, Paddy and Carly.
Harry Arter wife
Arter is dating Rachel Irwin.
Harry Arter children
Arter has a daughter named Renee Arter.