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Victor Albert Williams "Vic" Keeble was an English former footballer who played as a centre forward.
Keeble was signed by future Hammers manager Ted Fenton for Colchester in 1947, and went on to score 23 goals in 46 appearances for the club in The Football League, and a further 55 goals in 68 appearances in the Southern League. He moved to Newcastle for £15,000 and played for the Tynesiders in the 1955 FA Cup Final. He has a road named after him in North Seaton, Ashington. Keeble made 104 appearances for Newcastle, scoring 56 goals.
Signed again by Fenton, Keeble moved to Upton Park in 1957 and played his last game in 1960. He made 84 league and cup appearances and scored 51 goals.
He was forced to retire due to injury. (picture: 1958)
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