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McKeon to Return to Shrivvy
McKeon to Return to Shrivvy
Striker Sean McKeon is set for a return to Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division club Shrivenham, after expressing his desire to get back playing following a stint as assistant manager with Pitching In Southern Football League Division One Central side Wantage Town.
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McKeon first arrived at Barrington Park under former manager Gareth Davies, who guided the club to promotion to the Hellenic Premier Division, and he made a total of 11 appearances during the 2018/19 campaign, scoring 4 goals.

 

The striker boasts an impressive playing career having started at Hartpury Academy where he was crowned the `golden boot` winner in the England College League before teaming up with Witney United, scoring 25 goals in 39 appearances.

 

Along with a playing for Bishops Cleeve during his career, his connection to the Freds saw him team up with manager Matt Biddle at Alfredian Park but following the Covid situation which brought the campaign to an abrupt halt, McKeon is itching for a return to the pitch.

 

He told www.shrivenhamfc.co.uk: “I’ve been out running six days a week since November and I’m feeling fitter than I was during my two-year spell at Carterton a few years back [where he scored 18 goals in 19 appearances] and I’m really motivated to get back on the pitch and score goals again.

 

“I really enjoyed my spell on the management team at Wantage – there’s a lot of additional commitment involved, but it was a fantastic experience nonetheless.

 

“To go to Wantage in October 2019, who were rock bottom of the Southern League and only keeping hold of a couple of players, there was a big re-building task involved and I’m leaving having played a part in making them a very competitive side – I’m sure they’ll be looking at a top ten finish next season”.

 

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McKeon to Return to Shrivvy
McKeon to Return to Shrivvy
Sunday 21 March 21 I 09:49:22
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McKeon first arrived at Barrington Park under former manager Gareth Davies, who guided the club to promotion to the Hellenic Premier Division, and he made a total of 11 appearances during the 2018/19 campaign, scoring 4 goals.

 

The striker boasts an impressive playing career having started at Hartpury Academy where he was crowned the `golden boot` winner in the England College League before teaming up with Witney United, scoring 25 goals in 39 appearances.

 

Along with a playing for Bishops Cleeve during his career, his connection to the Freds saw him team up with manager Matt Biddle at Alfredian Park but following the Covid situation which brought the campaign to an abrupt halt, McKeon is itching for a return to the pitch.

 

He told www.shrivenhamfc.co.uk: “I’ve been out running six days a week since November and I’m feeling fitter than I was during my two-year spell at Carterton a few years back [where he scored 18 goals in 19 appearances] and I’m really motivated to get back on the pitch and score goals again.

 

“I really enjoyed my spell on the management team at Wantage – there’s a lot of additional commitment involved, but it was a fantastic experience nonetheless.

 

“To go to Wantage in October 2019, who were rock bottom of the Southern League and only keeping hold of a couple of players, there was a big re-building task involved and I’m leaving having played a part in making them a very competitive side – I’m sure they’ll be looking at a top ten finish next season”.

 

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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