Trialists may be key to strengthening as Danny confirms transfer policy


Michael Harriman

Harriman dedicates his goal to his little girl.JPG
By Liam Smith – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

If Michael Harriman was one of the trialists then he could be a very interesting acquisition, but much would depend on how much he wanted; game time and wages.

He’s been around a bit for a 26-year-old, spending last season with Wycombe Wanderers where he managed 24 League One appearances. He was with the Chairboys for four seasons, having previously been with Luton and Gillingham. He’s a former QPR youngster who struggled to make the grade at Loftus Road but, like Bruno, did make a Premier League appearance.

Interestingly, it came in the same game as Bruno as well.

He’s a right back but can play left back and right midfielder when pushed. He cost Wycombe a fee when moving from QPR and is the sort of player who shouldn’t have a problem finding a League Two deal. Perhaps personal pride is pushing him to try to stay in League One if he can.



  1. All those mentioned played yesterday. Harriman did OK – bit smaller than Eards. Edibor looked good but …..he had no real opposition so plenty of time with the ball.

  2. I don’t think the “Alex” that was playing looked anything like this guy. He was blond for a start.

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