Keegan


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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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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.
SOME called it a third coming, Kevin Keegan called it "unfinished business" but after weeks of unrest during the ill-fated Sam Allardyce era The Messiah was back on Tyneside and Geordie fans had smiles on their faces.
Keegan left the club in September last year after the club signed Uruguayan midfielder Ignacio Gonzalez against his wishes "to do a favour" for two South American agents.
The rotten, shameful truth behind Mike Ashley's reign at Newcastle United was exposed by Kevin Keegan yesterday as the full bitter story of his battle against Dennis Wise was laid bare.
KEVIN Keegan is suing Newcastle United for pounds 9m in damages, according to reports last night.
NEWCASTLE United stars fear boss Kevin Keegan may be driven out of St James' Park.
KEVIN KEEGAN last night faced the real threat of relegation, but boomed: I'm not walking away.
Beatty, who issued a statement supporting Editor Frank Keegan late Thursday, wrote that the newsroom leader "should be afforded the presumption of innocence as the judicial process moved forward.
It was in a West Bromwich hotel that Martin Jol first met Kevin Keegan.
Keegan has suffered under the weight of guilt all his 15 years, blaming himself for the death of his twin brother in infancy and his mother's incarceration in a mental institution.
KEVIN KEEGAN has been told that if he wants a fight over allegations that he was involved in betting binges with players during his time as England coach, he can have one.