Harpal Singh

Harpal Singh

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Harpal Singh Purewal, more commonly known as Harpal Singh, (born 15 September 1981) is an English footballer. He has also played for Leeds United, Stockport County, Sligo Rovers, Bohemians and Dundalk.


Singh was born in Bradford, England. Although he started out with Leeds United, He made his professional debut when he went to play for Bury at Wrexham during his loan spell for Bury. He also played for Bristol City and Bradford City and twice more at Bury all on loan, before he moved to Stockport County in 2005. Singh's favourite position is left winger. In 2006, he was released by County manager Jim Gannon to sign for Sligo Rovers. He scored once for Stockport, in a 4-2 win over Northampton.

In January 2007, Singh signed for Bohemians but spent the majority of his time at Dalymount Park on the sidelines with injury. He did score against Rhyl F.C. in the 2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup . However after being a bit-part player in Bohs' Double winning season of 2008, he was released by the club when his contract expired in December 2008. Resurrecting his career at his new club, Singh was rewarded a senior call up to the new look Indian Squad by the coach Colacco. He joined fellow foreign based players such as Chopra and...
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