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Full name  Keith Graham Branagan
1983–1988  Cambridge United
Place of birth  Fulham, England
Name  Keith Branagan

Playing position  Goalkeeper
Role  Goalkeeper
Years  Team
Position  Goalkeeper
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Date of birth  (1966-07-10) 10 July 1966 (age 49)

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Keith Graham Branagan (born 10 July 1966 in Fulham) is an English-born former football goalkeeper, who played for the Republic of Ireland at international level.


Keith Branagan Keith BRANAGAN League appearances Bolton Wanderers FC

Branagan played for a number of clubs in his career. He began his career at Cambridge United, and later joined Millwall. However, his most successful years were spent at Bolton Wanderers, where he experienced three promotions, played two seasons in the Premier League and played at Wembley in the 1995 League Cup final. After eight years at Bolton, Branagan joined Ipswich Town in 2000.

At international level, Branagan won one full cap for the Republic of Ireland. His only senior cap came on 11 February 1997, in the 0–0 draw against Wales at The National Stadium, Cardiff. Branagan also played a couple of matches for the Republic of Ireland "B" team.

Branagan was forced to retire from the game in October 2002 following a nine-month battle against a shoulder injury. Branagan has remained in the game following retirement; he now has a UEFA 'A' Coaching licence and has coached the goalkeepers at Crewe Alexandra and Stockport County before taking up a coaching role at Bolton School. He is still there as a football coach.

Branagan become a part-time youth goalkeeping coach for Bolton on 28 March 2012.

His son Richie Branagan is also a goalkeeper, who is on the books of Chorley FC.


Bolton Wanderers
  • First Division: 1996–97
  • References

    Keith Branagan Wikipedia

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