Kevin Keegan factfile

1951: Born February 14, Armthorpe, Yorkshire.

1968: Joined Scunthorpe as an apprentice.

1971: Transferred to Liverpool for 35,000.

1972: England debut against Wales in Cardiff and the first of three league championships during his time at Liverpool.

1973: Uefa Cup winner’s medal as Liverpool defeat Borussia Monchengladbach.

1976: Named footballer of the year; helps Authentic Prada Handbags Wholesale Liverpool to a 4-3 aggregate win over Bruges in Uefa Cup final.

1977: European Cup victory with Liverpool is followed by a 500,000 Bicester Village Prada Authentic Prada Outlet Uk Store Number transfer to SV Hamburg.

1978: Wins Bundesliga championship medal and is voted European player of the year for 1977-78.

1979: Voted European player of the year for 1978-79.

1980: Transferred to Southampton for 420,000.

1982: Last England match as substitute against Spain in Madrid, 1982 World Cup. Won 63 caps, scored 21 goals.

1982: Voted PFA player of the year and transferred to Newcastle for 100,000.

1984: Retires from playing.

1992: Returns to the game in February as manager of Black Prada Eyeglass Case Newcastle and three months later signs a three-year contract.

1993: Newcastle promoted to Premiership as Authentic Prada Bag For Sale Philippines Division One champions. Keegan named Division One manager of the season.

1994: Keegan appointed director of football and agrees new deal tying him to club for next 10 years.

1995: Newcastle reach quarter-finals of FA Cup but fail to qualify for Europe after finishing sixth in the Premier League.

1996: Newcastle lose 12-point Premier League lead to finish second behind Manchester United. Keegan blows his top with Alex Ferguson in a live television interview.

1997: Resigns as Newcastle manager in January before returning to football in September 25 as Fulham’s chief operating officer.

1998: Sacks friend Ray Wilkins as Fulham manager after just seven months; assumes control of all playing matters.

Feb 1999: Appointed England coach for four matches on February 17, initially combining the role with his Fulham duties.

May 1999:Leads Fulham to Division Two championship before leaving club to become full-time England coach on May 14. Authentic Prada Handbags Uk Starts reign with 3-1 win over Poland in a Euro 2000 qualifier.

September 1999: England draw 0-0 with Poland in Warsaw, putting their Euro 2000 play-off chances in Sweden’s hands. David Batty is sent off for a rash second-half challenge on Radoslaw Michalski.

October 1999: Kennet Andersson and Henrik Larsson save Keegan’s blushes when their goals for Sweden defeat Poland 2-0 to earn England a play-off place.

November 1999: Paul Scholes’s brace earns England a 2-0 first-leg victory against Scotland at Hampden Park. Scotland win the second leg 1-0 at Wembley but England Authentic Prada Messenger Bag For Sale qualify for Authentic Prada Gauffre Euro 2000 on aggregate.

June 2000: England exit Euro 2000 early after losing 3-2 to both Portugal and Romania, the latter after Phil Neville concedes a last-minute penalty.

October 2000: Keegan resigns as England manager following a 1-0 defeat to Germany in the last competitive match at Wembley before work begins on a new stadium.

2001: Appointed manager of Manchester City.

2002: Wins Division One in his first season at City before signing Nicolas Anelka from Paris St Germain for 13m.

2003: City reach the Uefa Cup qualifying round via Uefa’s fair play table replica prada saffiano totes, but suffer a second-round loss to Polish side Groclin.

2004: City finish 16th after narrowly avoiding relegation; a poor start to the new campaign leads to speculation that Keegan is one game away from the sack.

2005: Keegan leaves City by mutual agreement in March before announcing his immediate retirement from management.

January 16 2008: Returns to Authentic Prada Handbags Outlet Uk Newcastle as manager, replacing the sacked Sam Allardyce.

January 29 2008: Dennis Wise Authentic Prada Wallet For Sale Philippines joins Newcastle as executive director of football.

March 22 2008: A 2-0 home win over Fulham gives Newcastle their first Premier League win since Keegan’s return to the club.

May 9 2008: Meets with club owner Mike Ashley after admitting Newcastle are „a million miles“ away from being as good as title challengers Chelsea.

May 11 2008: After a 3-1 final-day loss to Everton, Keegan declares he is targeting fifth place in the Premier League for the 2008-09 season.

August 15 2008: Signs Fabricio Coloccini for 10.3m from Deportivo La Coruna.

August 16 2008: Denies James Milner will be sold to balance the books following the arrival of Coloccini.

August 29 2008: Milner moves to Aston Villa for 12m.

September 2 2008: Speculation surrounding Keegan’s tenure mounts after reported disputes with the Newcastle United owner, Mike Ashley, and the director of football, Dennis Wise, over transfers and team affairs.

September 4 2008: Keegan resigns as Newcastle manager saying: „It’s my opinion that a manager must have the right to manage and that clubs should not impose upon any manager any player that he does not want.“