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Keith Walker (referee)

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Interview with NBA referee Josh Tiven

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Former football referee Keith Hackett on his criticism of Mike Riley

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Chev Walker, broken leg, full incident

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Terry Funk in World League Wrestling 3

Keith Edwin Walker was an English association football referee. He was born in Manchester but moved to Blackpool where he started his refereeing career after playing as a goalkeeper for Lytham in the Lancashire Combination. After officiating in the Lancashire Combination, Irish League and Central League he became a Football League linesman in 1959 and was promoted to the Referees List two years later aged only 30. He had a season based in Preston (1965-1966) before in 1967 moving from Blackpool to the village of Bearsted near Maidstone, Kent to pursue his career as a Senior Educational Administrative Officer for Kent County Council. He officiated the Northern Irish Cup Final 1968 in which Crusaders F.C. from Belfast defeated their city rivals Linfield F.C. 2-0.
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