Keech represented Liverpool in six successive second division matches in the club's third season as members of the Football League in 1895/96. He played in Liverpool's half-back line, an area of the team where numerous changes were made during the course of the season. Considering that the club won the second division championship that year it was surprising that the team was not really settled with no player being 'ever-present'. Keech later played as forward for Leicester Fosse, scoring five goals in 15 League games, before returning to…
Just a moment of inspiration I just went for it and it just managed to creep in the bottom corner, it just manages to miss a couple on the 18 yard line a few of the Everton players who could have got a head on it I think they were taken a wee bit by surprise that I went for goal, I think it was even suggested that it was a fluke but no, I´ve got to tell you that I did mean it, I did mean it!
Craven Cottage | Sunday 17 Mar 2019
LFChistory.net was fortunate enough to spend a fair bit of time recently with Jamie and his dad, Philly, who is a legend in his own right!
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