|Full name||Harold George Howe|
|Date of birth||6 October 1906|
|Place of birth||Hemel Hempstead|
|Date of death||27 April 1976(aged 69)|
|1929–1933||Queens Park Rangers||69||(13)|
|–||Tunbridge Wells Rangers|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Howe was one of Hemel Hempstead's first professional footballers. He started his playing career with Apsley and signed professional forms for Watford at the age of 20. At the height of his career, he played for Queens Park Rangers and later Crystal Palace. After a spell with Rochdale, he finished his playing career with Tunbridge Wells Rangers in the Southern League.
After retiring from football, Howe remained a keen sportsman taking up golf and darts. He became a prominent darts player winning the News of the World individual area championship.
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