Keep in mind, this is Harry's coach from when he was six. Yep, even at a young age, it seems the One Direction star was plenty talented at nabbing a girl's attention.
Chris Rogers, founder of the Holmes Chapel Hurricanes told The Daily Star: "Even as a six-year-old, Harry was a charmer – he's phenomenal with girls. He wasn't the greatest footballer, though. The day I put him in goal we went on to lose the game 8 – 0."
Despite the loss, Chris commented that Harry was a go-getter: "He was a very last minute positional replacement. My goalkeeper had let me down and Harry was always willing, he'd always say, 'Yeah, I'll do that, no problem' and step in. He was a real card, always one for a quip – certainly at half-time when I got the boys around and we were having our talk, he was always so quick."
Chris called him a "team player" though "he wasn't naturally gifted at football."
Hey, sports aren't for everyone, as the coach explained, "I'd have players who'd go in tough with the tackle and win challenges. Harry would run a mile from one of those, he's not the most overly physical lad, but he made up for it with his charm. He's always been one with the girls."
Even then he was a charmer.