Harry Kewell House, Girlfriend, Kids, Age, Awards, Height, Instagram, Birthday, Marriage And Facts

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Harry Kewell

Who Is Harry Kewell?

Harry Kewell is a Athlete from Sydney. He was born 22 September 1978 in Sydney.

How Old Is Harry Kewell?

Harry Kewell is 42 years old. He was born 22 September 1978 in Sydney.

How Tall Is Harry Kewell?

Harry Kewell is 180 cm tall.

Who Is Harry Kewell Married To?

Harry Kewell is married to Sheree Murphy.

Where Is Harry Kewell From?

Harry Kewell is from Sydney.

Harry Kewell Instagram

@harrykewell10

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Harry Kewell House, Biography, Net Worth, Height, Weight

The Harry Kewell House is located in Melbourne and has a modern design. The house is set on an elevated block of land that offers stunning views up the Yarra Valley. It features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas, a kitchen with a large walk-in pantry, laundry room and double garage. With only 14 steps to get to the front door, this property will tick all the boxes for many buyers!

It’s no secret that Australian footballer Harry Kewell was one of Australia’s most famous football exports until he retired from professional soccer in 2012 after playing 17 years at the national level as well as stints abroad in England (with Leeds United) and Turkey (Galatasaray). And now you can buy the home where Kewell lives. The Harry Kewell House is located in Melbourne and has a modern design. Set on an elevated block of land with stunning views up the Yarra Valley, it features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas, a kitchen with a large walk-in pantry, laundry room and double garage.

Biography Of Harry Kewell:

Harry Kewell is an English-born Australian former professional soccer player. He played for the Socceroos, having scored 25 goals in 78 appearances and represented his country at two FIFA World Cups (in 1998 and 2006). He also captained Australia to their first-ever AFC Asian Cup title in 2015. On 30 July 2014, he announced his retirement from professional football after a 17-year career playing top-flight football all over the world.

Kewell’s international debut came on 31 May 1996 against Chile when he was aged just 19 years old. After coming onto the field as a substitute for Craig Foster, Harry hit home an injury-time winner with a trademark left-foot strike that sent both players into eternal sporting folklore of rivalry between these two countries.

He was selected to represent the Socceroos at his first FIFA World Cup in 1998 and scored his first goal of many against Chile with a header from inside the box which gave Australia their one-all draw on 13 June. Harry played another four games for Australia that year (scoring two goals) but missed out on both France ’98 semi-finals as well as the final after being sent off in injury time for elbowing Colombian player Andres Escobar during an international match – where he had already set up David Zdrillic’s last-minute equaliser. In 2002, Kewell travelled with new coach Guus Hiddink back to Korea/Japan where they finished fourth place overall behind champions Brazil; it would be the last tournament in which he played for his country.

The following year, Harry Kewell retired from international football and has not represented Australia since then; the game against Uruguay a week later was his final match as an Australian player.

Harry’s debut season at Leeds United had been successful – but it only culminated with him missing out on their League Cup victory over Newcastle when he missed spot-kick during penalty shoot-out after regular time ended one all. The next four seasons were less so: despite winning the Player of the Year award three years running (2000 to 2002), they made no major honours above runners up place in 2001 FA Cup Final against Liverpool where they lost on penalties again after once more drawing one all through normal time.

Net Worth

In 2002, Harry signed for Galatasaray on a £350,000 per week contract. His salary was reported to be the highest in English football at that time (breaking David Beckham’s then-record of £120,000 per week).

The next two seasons were very successful: despite losing twice against Real Madrid and once each to Barcelona and Juventus during the knockout stages of the Champions League he won the Turkish league title ahead of Fenerbahçe SK both years as well as being named Player’s Footballer Of The Year 2003 – 2004 season; his goals scored record in domestic competitions also continued with 31 in total including five hat-tricks. In 2005 he made it third time lucky by finally winning FA Cup after defeating Arsenal.

Height And Weight

Harry is 179 cm tall (about five feet, ten inches). Harry weighs 88 kg.

Where Is Harry Kewell Now?

Harry Kewell is now a football coach. He works as assistant manager of Watford F.C in England, who he led to promotion from the Championship (second division) to Premier League at the end of their 2016/2017 season with promotion specialist Quique Sánchez Flores as head manager.

He also serves on the Board of Directors for Football Federation Australia [Australian Soccer Association] and has been an ambassador for Nike since 2001 when they signed him up during his career peak so that he could advertise their Mercurial brand shoes line which was designed specifically for soccer players like himself playing on natural grass surfaces – something Harry found out later was because many other brands couldn’t compete side-by-side with them due to-by-side with Nike’s Mercurial shoes.

Harry also became the first player to score in three consecutive World Cups when he scored for Australia against Japan on 18 June 2006, despite playing up front instead of his usual left-wing position due to a foot injury sustained from Brazil beating France and knocking them out of the tournament two days earlier.

He was made captain of Australia for the 2007 Asian Cup. He had been appointed as an ambassador by FIFA after their Socceroos were eliminated from 2010 World Cup qualification following defeat at Iraq but retired from international football shortly thereafter on 29 August 2008

Is Harry Kewell Still Married?

Harry Kewell is still married. Harry and his wife, Sheree Murphy, have been together since December 1997 after meeting at a club in Leeds. They got engaged on Christmas Day 1998 and were blessed with two children – son Taylor (born 2000) and daughter Millie (2004).

They divorced in 2013 but remain friends for the sake of their children’s upbringing. It was said that they had come to an “amicable” agreement which meant there would be no battle over assets or custody rights post-divorce.

In 2014, he became romantically linked with German model Annemarie Carpendale when she attended one of his soccer schools as part of her work experience before completing her studies in fashion design at Munich.

It was reported in early 2016 that Harry and Annemarie had split up. It is unclear if they are still friends or not as there has been no public comment from either party.

In 2017, he started dating again but it’s unknown who the lucky lady is at this time…or whether they are just friends with benefits 😉 (we think it may be Lauren!)

He also revealed on his podcast – The Skinny Confidential– that he doesn’t have any contact with Sheree anymore which seems to suggest their divorce really was amicable! In an interview after his retirement, Harry said “I will always love her”. That sounds like a keeper for me!!! 🙂

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