Harry Fisk joins Shels

Shelbourne FC is delighted to announce the permanent signing of Harry Fisk from Hull City, subject to international clearance. 

Fisk joins Hull City teammate Harry Wood in moving to Tolka Park today. At just 20 years of age, the highly promising young goalkeeper brings a wealth of talent and potential to the first team club, further bolstering our goalkeeping department following the departure of Scott van-der-Sluis.

Born and raised in Cottingham, Fisk’s football journey began at Hull City’s academy, where he joined at Under-14s level. He swiftly progressed through the ranks, culminating in the signing of his first professional contract with the English club in May 2021. 

Throughout his early career, Fisk gained invaluable experience through loan spells at Spalding United and Tadcaster Albion during the 2021/22 season.

The Englishman returned to Tadcaster Albion on loan last season making six appearances. Fisk has honed his skill and trained under respected goalkeeping mentors including former Wimbledon and Tottenham goalkeeper Neil Sullivan provided invaluable guidance during his time at Hull City.

Damien Duff, Shelbourne FC Head Coach said: “Having another goalkeeper in the building was a big focus after our recent departure. Harry Fisk comes with great pedigree and we are delighted he is here. He trained very well yesterday and has settled in quickly. He has great shot stopping abilities aligned with being very talented with his feet. Harry is a brilliant addition to the squad.

Harry Fisk said: “It’s been a hectic few days but I’m delighted to be here as a Shelbourne FC player. Having spoken to the gaffer and others connected to the club I couldn’t wait to get over here. Having the opportunity to work with Damien Duff and the coaching staff was a massive pull and I’m looking forward to putting on a Shels shirt and giving my all for the fans. It’s a new challenge and one I’m looking forward to. I want to develop as a person and a player and I feel that Tolka Park is the perfect place for me to do that.

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