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Jonson Clarke-Harris




Date of birth



183 cm





Scoring 11 goals in 16 league games, Jonson Clarke-Harris became an instant success following his move to Rovers in January 2019.

After multiple loans, Clarke-Harris signed for Oldham Athletic on a permanent deal in 2013 where he impressed heavily, and after scoring seven league goals in the 2013/14 season, he was awarded the club's Young Player of the Season Award.

Following his successful season, Clarke-Harris signed for Rotherham United for a reported club-record fee at the time. However, inconsistent form meant he left on two loans in the 2015 season, one at MK Dons and one at Doncaster Rovers.

His final loan move from Rotherham United came in 2018 when he moved to Coventry City, his first club (even though he didn't register an appearance). While on loan he impressed, scoring 3 times and aiding Coventry to promotion via the play-offs.

Due to his good form, he was rewarded with a move to Coventry on a two-year deal. However, he wouldn't get to the end of his contract, as he signed for Rovers on deadline day in January 2019.

The forward hit the ground running for Rovers, opening his account for the Gas during a draw at Fratton Park and went on to score eleven goals, in the final stage of the campaign, which had a big part to play in ensuring Rovers maintained their Sky Bet League One status. 

Home Shirt Sponsor: G.L.A.M.S - Gas Ladies at the Memorial Stadium 

Away Shirt Sponsor: Derrick and Shelia Gulwell