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Keith Edwards

Keith Edwards

Clubs played for: Sheffield United, Hull City, Leeds United, Hull City, Stockport County, Huddersfield Town, Plymouth Argyle (1975-1990).

Born: 1957

Birthplace: Stockton-on-Tees

Position: Striker

Biography: Slightly built goalscoring forward, whose consistent strike rate made him popular at all his clubs. Became a lorry driver in Sheffield.In recent years, Can also be heard on BBC Radio Sheffield commentating on Sheffield United matched. (Won a Fourth Division title with Sheffield United)

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Edwards, Keith 4 hi Keith I remember playing against you when you played for Kiora hall fc,I played for redstar roseberry.your team won the league and you scored a record number of goals to my 30 goals.im 57 now and played in the sunderland and district over 40s league up till last season.my old mate use to manage your team(Fred Branson) and bob jobbling played in our team 6 seasons ago.he scored 30plus for Kiora but for us he only scored a handful.did you manage to play on in later years?i still see Gerry forest occasionally playing for billingham town over 40s.best wishes,Peter Garbutt.p.s. have you settled in sheffiied.

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