Born 29 July 1988 in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
Harry was appointed as Head Coach on 6 April 2017 having left his role as Joint Manager at Welling United a few days before. He was soon made Joint Manager for The Blues.
Harry gained a UEFA A-Licence when he was 23 becoming the youngest person to do so. That record had previously been held by Andre Villas Boas.
Harry had been a player at Stevenage Borough, Hampton & Richmond Borough and St Albans City before deciding to take his coaching badges.
He was involved in coaching at Potters Bar Town where he ran the reserve team before helping to run the first team.
Harry was first team manager at his hometown club, St Albans City, aged just 26. This possibly makes him the youngest manager in Conference history.
Harry was head of Professional Development at Dagenham & Redbridge for two years, watching over the younger players as they progressed through the ranks and in to the professional game.
Stevenage Borough, Hampton & Richmond Borough, Ashford Town, Potters Bar Town, St Albans City, Welling, Dagenham & Redbridge