Kevin Pilkington

Kevin Pilkington

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Kevin William Pilkington (born 8 March 1974 in Hitchin, Hertfordshire) is an English footballer who plays a goalkeeper for Luton Town. Noted for his shot stopping abilities, Pilkington played Premier League football for Manchester United before dropping down to the Football League, where he played in nearly 350 games in his time at Mansfield Town and Notts County. He has also represented Rochdale, Rotherham United, Celtic, Port Vale, Aberystwyth Town and Wigan Athletic.

Playing career

Manchester United

Pilkington started his footballing career at Manchester United, signing as an apprentice on leaving school in 1990 and featuring in their FA Youth Cup triumph in 1992, after which he signed a professional contract.

He found himself to be the third choice behind Peter Schmeichel and one of Gary Walsh, Tony Coton or Raimond van der Gouw, and although he was selected as an unused substitute in their two goalless draws with Russian side Torpedo Moscow in the 1992–93 UEFA Cup, he did not play a first team game until 16 November 1994, when he appeared as a substitute for the injured Peter Schmeichel in a 3–0 win over Crystal Palace in the Premier League on 16 November 1994....
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