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LUFC No celebrations from Harte if he scores

Former Leeds United defender Ian Harte doesn`t intend to celebrate if he scores against his former employees on Friday night.

Harte is enjoying a fantastic season with Reading and as recently won the npower player of the month as well as being included in the PFA championship team of the season.

The former Republic of Ireland international started his career at Elland Road, coming through the youth ranks to make over 200 appearances for the club.

The 33 year old was well known for his trademark free kicks that have continued to pay dividends throughout his career.

Harte though doesn`t intend to celebrate if he does manage to score one against Leeds. Speaking on the Reading official website, Harte said, "It would be nice to get the opportunity to score and of course if I got the opportunity, I`d like to stick it over the wall and in the goal. But I`ve always said that if I did score against Leeds, I wouldn`t celebrate because I had some special times there and still had some fond memories."

Harte as already bagged ten goals this season for the Royals including five in their last eight championship games that as helped them win all eight, to move within three points of an automatic promotion place.


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Writer:Dazza71
Date:Thursday April 21 2011
Time: 8:18PM

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