Amari Morgan-Smith

Amari Morgan-Smith
Amari Morgan-Smith
Birthplace : WolverhamptonBorn : 03-04-1989Position : ForwardSquad # : 9

Amari Morgan-Smith joined up with the Harriers on deadline day 2013 and went straight into the side that played at Newport County next day.

The former Luton Town man came to us on a month long loan from Macclesfield after failing to get into their side on a regular basis. It was the good form of ex Harrier Matt Barnes-Homer keeping him out.

He started his career with Wolves as a trainee but soon moved on to Stockport County without ever breaking into the first team there. From Stockport he joined up with Ilkeston Town but when they went into financial problems and closed he joined up with Luton.

After five appearances and one goal for us his loan spell ended and he returned to see out the remainder of the season at Macclesfield and then released. He re-joined the Harriers in September the following season and scored eleven times in his only full season.

He then joined Oldham Athletic and Cheltenham Town followed by York City for less than a season when he joined AFC Telford Utd for a season.

In July he teamed up with Alfreton Town scoring eighteen times in his thirty six games for them. In June 2020 he returned to Aggborough.

Career history Date from Date to Fee Appearances Goals
Wolves No data No data Trainee No data No data
Stockport County 01-07-07 31-05-08 Trainee 1 0
Ilkeston 01-08-09 19-09-10 Signed 90 34
Luton Town 19-09-10 31-08-12 Signed 42 14
Macclesfield Town 31-08-12 08-05-13 Signed 28 4
Harriers 31-01-13 01-03-13 Loan 5 1
Harriers 05-09-13 04-06-14 Signed 43 11
Oldham Athletic 21-07-14 11-05-15 Signed 15 2
Cheltenham Town 29-05-15 09-05-17 Signed 52 7
York City 12-01-17 01-05-17 Loan 18 4
York City 30-06-17 02-02-18 Signed 28 4
AFC Telford Utd 02-02-18 12-07-19 Signed 58 13
Alfreton Town 12-07-19 25-06-20 Signed 36 18
Harriers 25-06-20   Signed 43 (12) 17 (1)
Stats shown in brackets above are for information only following the season being made null & void in 2021 due to the pandemic