Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Henry "Harry" Gregg, MBE (born 25 October 1932) is a Northern Irish former football player and manager. He played 25 times for Northern Ireland as a goalkeeper and played for Manchester United during the reign of Sir Matt Busby with a total of 210 appearances. Gregg started his career with Windsor Park Swifts, the reserve team of Linfield, before signing for his local club Coleraine. At the age of 18 he earned a move across the Irish Sea to Doncaster Rovers, before transferring to Manchester United in December 1957. He earned 25 caps for the Northern Ireland national team. At the time of his transfer, he was the most expensive goalkeeper in the world at a fee of 23,000.
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Association football, Goalkeeper (association football), Doncaster Rovers F.C., Manchester United F.C., Stoke City F.C.