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Kevin
Keen

(Midfield)
Born: 25 Feb 1967
Where: Amersham
Joined Wycombe: 1982 (non-contract)
Wycombe Debut:
Hendon v Wycombe 21 Sep 1982 (Isthmian League)
First Wycombe Goal:
none
Final Wycombe game:
Wycombe v Bishops S 18 Dec 1982
(Isthmian League)
Left Wycombe: Summer 1983 to join West Ham United
Kevin Keen seen here in 1981 alongside Schoolboy team-mate Mark West.
Career summary at Wycombe
3 apps - no goals
Career Details including detailed breakdown while at Wycombe
Date Club League
Apps
League
goals
Cup
Apps
Cup
Goals
1982/1983 Wycombe Wanderers 2(1) 0 0 0
1983-1993 West Ham United 219 21 - -
1993-1994 Wolves 42 7 - -
1994-2000 Stoke City 176 10 - -
2000-2001 Macclesfield Town 59(3) 2 7(2) 1
Background: It was Kevin's connection as son of Wycombe Manager at the time, Mike Keen, that gave him the honour of being the youngest ever player to appear in a First Team game for Wycombe. He made his debut at 15 years and 209 days - a record that still stands today and is unlikely to be beaten. It wouldn't be until the 1986/87 season that Keen would make his Football League debut for West Ham where he established himself in the centre of the Hammers midfield. After six years at Stoke he went on join Macclesfield Town, then of the Third Division and spent a brief spell Managing the Cheshire side before returning to West Ham in a coaching role, first for The Hammers Youth Academy and their Reserve side.
His Wycombe playing connections actually go further back than his Wycombe Wanderers debut - during the 1980/81 season he was a member of the High Wycombe Schools Under 15 side that won the English Schools' Trophy - team mates in that side included Graham Bressington and Mark West, both later to appear in the Wanderers team.
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