This Lincolnshire lad was brought to Leeds' attention by Major
Frank Buckley, who had already signed him once when Buckley was in
charge at Notts County. Peter Harrison was a talented left winger
who created quite a few goals but didn't score that many himself,
and although he was a regular for two seasons the club sold him to
Bournemouth when George Meek was acquired to take over the number 7
Mark Judd says: My mother went out with him in the late forties
and (and possibly the early fifties). She would like to know where
he is now.
Richard Harrison says: Peter Harrison is my uncle and is
currently living in Wales. Not seen him for several years but could
get in contact if interested.
Jason Breen says: Peter Harrison is my grandad and he's the best
grandad anybody could have.
Nick Adams says: Played Golf with him