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Keegan

(ˈkiːɡən)
n
(Biography) Kevin. born 1951, English footballer and manager; his clubs included Liverpool, Hamburg, and Newcastle United whom he also managed; played for England (1972–82), scoring 21 goals in 63 games, and managed them (1999–2000); European Footballer of the Year (1978, 1979)
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| Kevin Keegan, centre, training with Hamburg football club in Germany, 1978
Brian Keegan, 55, was sentenced to eight months in prison after he admitted sexual assaulting the woman and being drunk on an aircraft.
What was so refreshing about Kevin Keegan's 90-minute performance at The Sage, Gateshead was we didn't merely hear the painful and bitter stories of his second, unhappy spell as Newcastle manager.
At one point she goes over to speak to Keegan Baker, who was one of Shakil's best friends and the other person to be attacked in the shocking knife crime that saw Shakil lose his life.
THE camera was focused on the then England manager, Kevin Keegan, and noone else.
Kyle Keegan, 23, had been in custody since February when he was held over the death of 11-week-old Sparky.
KEVIN Keegan is one of the most important figures in the long history of Newcastle United.
WORCESTER -- Testimony got underway Wednesday in the trial of Marcy Keegan, a West Boylston woman accused of taking part in a scheme to bilk the state's Medicaid program out of more than $93,000.
Dark Flame Rising is Book One of The Keegan Crowe Chronicles, and centers around fourteen-year-old orphan Keegan Crowe, whose desire for proof of her past only results in the discovery that her parents were, in fact, members of a secret society dedicated to preserving magic who were killed for their efforts.
Marina Keegan, a 22-year-old promising student journalist, died Saturday in car crash in Massachusetts just days after graduating from Yale University.
NEWCASTLE have been ordered to pay all of Kevin Keegan's costs in his successful claim against the club for constructive dismissal - a sum which could reach pounds 1.5m.