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John Keeley (born 27 July 1961 in Plaistow, London) is a retired English football goalkeeper.

John Keeley was signed from Chelmsford City after gaining football league experience with Southend United.

On October 16, 1993, Colchester United became the first League club to have both keepers sent off in a game against Hereford United. John Keeley and Nathan Munson were both dismissed for professional fouls as the U's slumped to a 5-0 defeat

During his time at Oldham, John was given the name 'Lucky'. After being sidelined by injury before making an appearance, he then reversed over team-mate Ian Marshall's cat whilst picking him up for training.

He is currently the goalkeeping coach of Portsmouth.

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