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