Real nameKeith Hill
Age50 (Born 17 May, 1969)
Height6ft (1.83m)
Weight12st 6lb (78.91kg)
Place of birthBolton


Morecambe 16 Aug, 02 31 May, 03 Free 19 (1)01 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
Wrexham 11 Oct, 01 11 Dec, 01 Loan 12 (0)11 (0)00 (0)02 (0)0
Cheltenham 05 Jun, 01 16 Aug, 02 Free 2 (3)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Rochdale 03 Jul, 96 05 Jun, 01 Free 149 (5)47 (0)010 (0)05 (0)1
Plymouth 23 Sep, 92 31 May, 96 Signed 117 (6)210 (0)09 (0)09 (0)0
Blackburn 09 May, 87 23 Sep, 92 Junior 89 (7)45 (1)06 (0)13 (2)0
Totals   £0 388 (22)1124 (1)025 (0)120 (2)1
Goals per Game    0.02 0 n/a 0.04

Games played by Keith Hill in 2002/2003

Football ConferenceSa 17Aug 2002Margate1 - 1Morecambe
Football ConferenceTu 20Aug 2002Morecambe2 - 0Halifax
Football ConferenceSa 24Aug 2002Morecambe1 - 2Yeovil
Football ConferenceMo 26Aug 2002Hereford (old)1 - 2Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 31Aug 2002Morecambe3 - 1Stevenage
Football ConferenceTu 03Sep 2002Chester2 - 1Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 07Sep 2002Morecambe4 - 0Forest Green
Football ConferenceSa 14Sep 2002Kettering3 - 2Morecambe
Football ConferenceWe 18Sep 2002Northwich3 - 2Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 21Sep 2002Morecambe5 - 0Woking
Football ConferenceTu 24Sep 2002Morecambe1 - 0Telford
Football ConferenceSa 05Oct 2002Morecambe2 - 1Leigh Genesis
Football ConferenceTu 08Oct 2002Scarborough1 - 0Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 12Oct 2002Dag & Red1 - 1Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 19Oct 2002Morecambe1 - 1Farnborough
Football League TropTu 22Oct 2002Shrewsbury3 - 0Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 02Nov 2002Burton1 - 4Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 09Nov 2002Morecambe3 - 0Doncaster
FA CupSa 16Nov 2002Chesterfield1 - 2Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 23Nov 2002Leigh Genesis1 - 0Morecambe
Football ConferenceSa 21Dec 2002Morecambe1 - 0Kettering
Football ConferenceTh 26Dec 2002Morecambe3 - 0Southport


Match in Focus


Sheff Utd v Arsenal

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have won five of their last six matches
Expert verdict
Some Arsenal supporters are not happy with Unai Emery’s tactics but the Gunners are third in the Premier League after eight matches and can maintain their upward trajectory by beating Sheffield United. The visitors have lost only one match in all competitions this season and should continue to improve with Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney both fit again after injury. They haven’t always been brilliant but Arsenal tend to get the job done. Sheffield United held firm for 70 minutes against Liverpool and have proved hard to break down, but they have lost four of their last five home matches in all competitions.


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