Harry Barratt

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Harold "Harry" Barratt (born Headington, 25 December 1918, died 1989) was an English football (soccer) player and manager.

Playing career[edit]

Barratt's entire professional playing career was spent with Coventry City. He joined the club in 1935, left for a short spell with non-league Cheltenham Town, then returned to Coventry in 1937 and played there until 1952. In all, he made 170 Football League appearances for the team in a career interrupted by the Second World War.

Managerial career[edit]

Barratt managed Gillingham from 1958 to 1962. This was his only known managerial appointment.[1]