Harry Searson was a talented and brave keeper who served Leeds
well at the end of the 1940s, but found himself replaced by John
Scott towards the end of 1951. He was an all-round sportsman, and
put his catching ability to good use during the summer when he
switched over to playing local league cricket.
Clive Searson says: I have been a life long Leeds fan and have a
son called Harry Searson named after Harry Kewell.It would be nice
to find out if we are related at all.
Barry Searson says: My name is Barry Searson, Harry's nephew, I
live in Bristol. My brother Brian is a mad keen devoted Leeds fan
who lives in Falmouth
Jim Searson says: I remember watching Harry play at Craven
Cottage for Leeds against Fulham in the late forties. It was
watching him on that occasion that prompted me to take up goal
keeping - The surname may have had something to do with it as
Paul Searson says: He is my grandad, still alive, well and
married, we currently live in corby northamptonshire.
Harold Searson says: I am Harold Searson, and i played
goalkeeper for leeds from 1948 to 1953. i now live in Corby