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Nick Henry (born 21 February 1969 in Liverpool, England) is a retired English footballer. He played as a midfielder, and spent most of his career at Oldham Athletic.

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Oldham Athletic

Nick Henry started his profesional career with Oldham Athletic after coming up through their youth academy. He made his debut in the 1986-87 season under Joe Royle. He played a major part in the clubs most successful period, including the 1989-90 cups runs, reaching the final of the League cup and the semi-final of the F.A Cup, famously scoring in the 3-1 League Cup victory over Arsenal. He again played a major part in the clubs promotion to the top flight the following season, and a year later he scored on the opening day of the brand new Premier League, in a 1-1 draw against Chelsea in 1992. In ten years at the club he made 273 league apps, scoring 19 goals.

Sheffield United

On 28 February 1997, Nick Henry earned a £500,000 move to Sheffield United. His debut came on 9 December when the blades lost 2-1 at Charlton Athletic. That turned out to be Henry's only appearance of the season. Henry went on to making only 21 appearances for the club, failing to score any goals.

Towards the end of Henry's Sheffield United spell, he was loaned out to Walsall F.C. for two months. He went on to make eight league appearances for them, failing to score any goals. He was then sold to Tranmere Rovers in the Summer of 1999 where he spent a couple of years in the first team. Whilst at Tranmere he played in the 2000 Football League Cup Final.

Scarborough F.C.

On 12 July 2002, Henry joined Scarborough F.C. on a free transfer. On 17 August he got sent off on his Scarborough debut in the 1-1 draw at Burton Albion. So far, he has made 24 appearances (two as sub) for Scarborough, scoring two goals. He later managed the club, before being sacked after a run of poor results.

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