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2021. Keith and I played together in schools and district football and at Spurs on the junior teams. Keith lives in Spain now, looks good and healthy, re married to a girl he knew in Isleworth. Jim Harrington.
How are you Ossie drop me few lines if you got time old mate be good to hear from you mate Oxford
I worked with Keith in the 90â€™s in Derby (City Road ). He was my supervisor. He had a Audi Quattro (fire up the Quattro). He did just that raced it round inside the building we were looking after early one Sunday morning.
Played for DeBrome Secondary School & Feltham School against Keith he played for Smallberry Green & Syon School, quality player
We were best pals at the Coachmans Inn in Royston. Members of the darts team 2000-2005. Hope youâ€™re well big fella!
I remember playing against Keith in a football cup match when playing for Holloway. I ran on to loose ball, beat Keith to it and hit a 30 yard shot into the top net. They won 3-2 but it was a great match.
Keith used to manage the boys football team I used to play for - Isleworth Colts. He was a Spurs player at the time but the only time I ever saw him play was for Coventry v my team QPR.
We spent a week together in Barts hospital in 1983, me for a replacement hip, and you with Achilles problems. Our other halves bought us in bacon sandwiches because the food was so bad, and we had our beds wheeled down to the TV room in the evening so we could eat them without anyone else knowing.
I lived in the next street to Keith. We were in the same junior and senior school team... he was the scorer and I was the stopper.... I still have the 1961 Arsenal v West Ham programme he gave me.
Long time no see but we were good mockers at school.
Hi Keith you were a year under me at small berry green school but a class act you made me fall in love with spurs we played in the same school team and district so glad you made it mate
Keith Osgood, just turned 60 on 8 May 2015, he lives in the Shrewsbury area has done coaching at the Oswestry School and has played golf at the Oswestry Golf Club.
Neilson Kaufman Historian Leyton Orient FC