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Kevin Bartlett

Kevin Bartlett

Clubs played for: Portsmouth, Cardiff City, Fareham Town, West Bromwich Albion , West Bromwich Albion, Notts County, Port Vale , Cambridge United (1980-1993)

Born: 1962

Birthplace: Portsmouth

Position: Forward

Biography: He began his career at hometown club Portsmouth in 1980, but dropped into non-league football with Fareham Town two years later. Signing with Cardiff City in September 1986, he helped the “Bluebirds” to the Welsh Cup and promotion out of the Fourth Division in 1987/88. He moved on to West Bromwich Albion in 1989 for £100,000. A pacey striker with a keen eye for goal. He made 31 starts for Albion and another 12 substitute appearances scoring 11 goals, before joining Notts County a year later. He helped the “Magpies” to promotion out of the Second Division in 1991. Loaned out to Port Vale in 1992, he retired due to injury in 1993, not long after joining Cambridge United Kevin was a self-employed football coach 1995-96 and joined the voluntary sector as a housing advisor for Shelter. He was a welfare benefits advisor with Nottingham City Council 1996-98. He worked for 2 years as deputy manager with NACRO. Kevin became regional manager with Refugee Action between 2000-2003. Regional manager with Crime Concern from 2003 to 2005. He did Partnership Development with One Nottingham 2005 to 2011. He was a Trustee with Notts County Football in the Community between 2010 to 2018. In February 2015 Nottingham became the first City of Football and Kevin was Non-Executive Director from 2015 to 2018. His final role was Apprentice Service Manager with Nottingham City Council between 2017 and 2019 before retiring in July 2019.

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Bartlett, Kevin Please could you remove the comments section which refers to someone named Tony, who is deceased, and not to Kevin Bartlett who is thankfully, alive and well (apart from a winter bug). Kevin is my partner. Many thanks. Moira.

All done Moira - sorry about that!

Bartlett, Kevin May I point out that the biography section relates to another person who was an England youth winger and has, sadly, passed away. This is not Kevin Bartlett the former WBA, Notts County, Portsmouth etc player who is alive and well and shopping this Saturday afternoon. Kind regards. MW

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