Kevin Keen

Kevin Keen

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Kevin Keen

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Kevin Keen (born 25 February 1967) is a football coach, manager and former professional footballer who played as a midfielder for Wycombe Wanderers, West Ham United, Wolves, Stoke City and Macclesfield Town. After three spells as Caretaker Manager at West Ham, Keen left the club in July 2011 to take up the role of First Team Coach at Liverpool, where he would be reunited with old West Ham colleague Steve Clarke.


Keen is the son of former professional footballer Mike Keen who played in midfield for Luton Town, Watford and Queens Park Rangers. He attended the John Hampden Grammar School, High Wycombe and was a member of the High Wycombe U15 team that won the English Schools Trophy in 1981 and won several England schoolboy caps. A year later, Keen became the youngest ever player to appear in a first-team game for Isthmian League side Wycombe Wanderers, making his debut at 15 years and 209 days, in September 1982. He played three games for Wycombe before joining West Ham United as a 16 year old apprentice.

Playing career

West Ham United

Keen joined West Ham as an apprentice in 1983 and signed professional forms a year later in March 1984. He helped the reserve side to win the Combination League and won 15 England Youth caps. He made his debut as a substitute in a 5–2 home defeat against Liverpool in September 1986. He made 18 league and cup appearances in the 1986–87 as West Ham finished in the bottom half of the First Division table. He made another 25...
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