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Keith Briggs
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Keith Briggs joined up with his former manager, Steve Burr, at Aggborough in May 2010 after leaving Stalybridge Celtic where he had been for two seasons.  The defender is happy to play anywhere in defence as long as it's on the right hand side of the pitch.

He started his career with Stockport County before being transferred to Norwich City for a fee of £65,000 but he failed dismally to make any kind of impression at Carrow Road and left after just five games for them before moving back to Stockport.

He left them for Shrewsbury in January 2008 and again failed to impress his new club and left after a few weeks and two games before turning up at Mansfield Town.  He also left there soon after when he became homesick for Manchester and signed for Stalybridge.

Surprisingly just one year into a two year contract with us he left and signed up with play off contenders Fleetwood Town for a fee reported to be around £5,000.

Amazingly Keith returned to the club for another season, after being released by promoted Fleetwood, in July 2012.

FACTFILE:
Born: Glossop 11-12-1981 Height: 6ft Weight: 11st Position: Midfield
Club
Date
Fee
Apps
Goals
Stockport County
01-08-99 : 16-01-03
Trainee
98
4
Norwich City
16-01-03 : 14-01-05
£65,000
5
0
Crewe
05-08-04 : 05-09-04
Loan
3
0
Stockport County
14-01-05 : 11-01-08
Free
98
10
Shrewsbury
11-01-08 : 15-02-08
Free
2
1
Mansfield Town
15-02-08 : 31-05-08
Signed
13
0
Stalybridge Celtic
24-07-08 : 01-05-10
Signed
81
16
Harriers
18-05-10 : 27-05-11
Signed
45
6
Fleetwood Town
26-05-11 : 17-07-12
£5,000
18
1
Harriers
20-07-12 : 29-05-13
Signed
37
1
FC Halifax
31-05-13 : 18-10-13
Signed
2
0
Barrow
04-10-13 : 18-10-13
Loan
3
0
Stalybridge Celtic
18-10-13 : 12-03-15
Signed
11
0


Managerial career

Club
Date
Games
Won
Drawn
Lost
Stalybridge Celtic
2013 : 2015
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No data
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No data
New Mills AFC
2015 :
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