It’s been a long and illustrious Park Hall career for former Liverpool goalkeeper, Paul Harrison, since joining The New Saints in 2007.
During his time with the club, Harrison has won countless trophies, including nine JD Cymru Premier titles, five JD Welsh Cups and six Nathaniel MG Cups. The Saints’ longest serving player has also been named in the team of the season on two occasions and holds the record for most consecutive league starts.
And Friday’s 2-0 victory against Newtown brought a new personal milestone for The Saints’ club captain, as he made his 400th JD Cymru Premier start.
‘H’ is just the second goalkeeper in the league’s history to join the 400 club, after Andy Mulliner, who reached 481, of which 213 also came for Llansantffraid/TNS.
Tonight club captain, Paul Harrison, makes his 400th league start in a TNS shirt.
Let's hope it's another good one. pic.twitter.com/hjB0ZvRk1O
— The New Saints FC (@tnsfc) January 10, 2020
Earlier this week, the TNS number one reflected on his career so far, as we sat down with him for an interview, discussing how his involvement with the Welsh champions came about, European experiences and much more.
Check out the video below to hear the full stories.