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Here's a brief breakdown of their timeline: Kevin and Karen Clifton dancing together Image: BBC Karen, 36, shone a little miore light into the troubles and the reason for going public. She expressed how much she loves dancing alongside Kevin saying they "couldn't perform unless the truth was out there". Kevin Clifton topped the Strictly leaderboard on his birthday, as he and partner Stacey Dooley wowed the judges with their Grimsby themed foxtrot The BBC TV show, which is now in its 16th series, is going into week 11 with both Kevin and Karen still in the running to win the prestigious Giltterball Trophy.
Mid way through the competition, the couple gave another interview, with Hello magazine, and again both insisted whatever the failure of their marriage, their shared love of dance and their careers would continue to hold them together as the closest of friends.
Dance is the glue that holds us together. We are the best of friends, have a good laugh, and life goes on. The fact that I get to work with Kevin, and he inspires me, means a lot to me. In previous weeks, Kevin has been seen embracing Karen in a congratulatory cuddle after her and her dancing partner Charles scored an impressive 36 points - their highest score this season.
The pair's closeness on Strictly seems to signal Kevin's earlier insistence that they are "still the best of friends" and are professionally "stronger than ever". As episodes go on, it's clear to see their appreciation and recognition of each others remarkable dancing ability and technique as they continue to amaze Strictly fans week on week.
When they start singing ' You'll Never Walk Alone' my eyes start to water. There have been times when I've actually been crying while I've been playing.
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Keegan's transfer to Hamburg was agreed between the FA Cup final and the European Cup final ofalthough Keegan had negotiated a maximum transfer fee the season before. Although the club finished tenth in the league in —78Keegan's 12 goals helped him pick up a personal honour, the France Football European Footballer of the Year award for New manager Branko Zebec imposed a tough training regime, and Keegan's increasing grasp of the German languagecoupled with the newly imposed discipline meant that Hamburg finished as league champions for the first time in nineteen years.
The club lost to Nottingham Forest in the final in Madridhowever, and this was coupled domestically with being beaten to the Bundesliga title by Bayern Munich. The news caused surprise throughout the world of football and around the city of Southamptonas Southampton were a relatively small club. The club were beginning to become established in the top division, but this signing showed how persuasive their manager could be, especially when Keegan captained England in the European Championships in Italy.
Keegan had a clause inserted into his contract when he joined Hamburg ingiving Liverpool the option to buy him back. Liverpool, however, opted not to exercise this clause when he returned to England three years later.
As late as NovemberKeegan has stated, "I was with Lawrie [McMenemy] at a charity event the other day, and he said he phoned up Peter Robinson because he wanted me, but Liverpool had a clause.
Keegan's two seasons at The Dell saw him as part of a flamboyant team also containing Alan BallPhil BoyerMick Channon and Charlie George and in —81 Saints scored 76 goals, finishing in sixth place, then their highest league finish.
In the following season, Keegan was able to produce some of his best form and at the end of January Southampton sat at the top of the First Division table, but a run of only three wins from the end of February meant a rather disappointing seventh-place finish. Keegan had scored 26 of the team's 72 goals and was voted the club's Player of the Year. Keegan had fallen out with McMenemy over the manager's failure to strengthen Southampton's defence which conceded 67 goals in —82 while the team was at the top of the table.
Newcastle United — [ edit ] Keegan joined Newcastle United and spent two seasons there, during which time he was extremely popular with the supporters. He played 78 times, scored 48 goals and helped them to promotion from the Second Division inwithin a team which also contained Peter BeardsleyChris Waddle and Terry McDermott. His contribution to Newcastle's promotion, which ended their six-year absence from the First Division, earned him hero status on Tyneside.
The move of a player of his stature to a Second Division Club was unheard of, which caused euphoria on Tyneside. His final appearance for Newcastle came in a friendly against Liverpool some days later, leaving the pitch in a helicopter while still dressed in his kit.
International career[ edit ] Keegan made his England debut on 15 November in a 1—0 World Cup qualifying win over Wales.
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He was given the captaincy by manager Don Revie in after Gerry Francis fell from favour. He went on to captain England 31 times, retaining the captain's armband until his international retirement after the World Cup. Keegan captained England at the Euros. England failed to progress from the group stage after finishing third in their group behind Italy and Belgium. He managed only one World Cup appearance though, after England failed to qualify for both the and tournaments.
He finally reached a World Cup in when England got to the finals in Spain. He was duly named in the squad for the tournament but was suffering from a chronic back injury and was unfit to play in all of England's group games. In a last, desperate effort to play in a World Cup he knew that he would not be around for the competition he secretly hired a car and drove from Spain to a specialist he knew in Germany for intensive treatment.
He recovered sufficiently to appear as a substitute for the last 26 minutes of England's final Second Round game against hosts Spain. Unfortunately, though, his brief experience of World Cup football saw him miss a point-blank header which would have broken the deadlock, in a game England needed to win to progress to the semi-finals. England drew the game and were eliminated from the competition. Following the successful start to the —83 season with Newcastle United, there was much controversy when newly appointed England manager Bobby Robson did not select Keegan for his first squad,  a decision Keegan learned of from the media rather than Robson himself.
Keegan publicly expressed his displeasure at not being given the courtesy of a phonecall from Robson, and never played for his country again. He had won a total of 63 caps and scored 21 goals. Newcastle United[ edit ] On 5 Februaryalmost eight years after his final game as a player, Keegan returned to football as manager of Newcastle United. They had been relegated from the top flight in and narrowly missed out on promotion in after losing in the playoffs to arch-rivals Sunderlandbut in they had failed to make the playoffs and at several stages in —92 they had occupied bottom place in the Second Division.
Following the dismissal of previous manager Ossie ArdilesKeegan was appointed to prevent Newcastle from being relegated to the third tier of English football for the first time. Survival was achieved and Newcastle would be playing in the new Division One for the —93 seasonwith chairman John Hall promising millions of pounds to spend on new players after Keegan almost walked out on the club after a match at home to Swindon Town on 14 March Newcastle began the season with 11 successive wins and led the league virtually all season, and the club record signing of Bristol City striker Andy Cole in February further strengthened their side; Cole netted 12 goals in his first 12 games for the club.
The addition of Charlton Athletic 's Rob Lee bolstered the midfield in the autumn.
Newcastle were promoted to the Premier League as Division One champions. Top scorer David Kelly and influential midfielder Gavin Peacock were both sold during the close season, and Keegan brought striker Peter Beardsley back to Newcastle from Evertonsix years after he had been sold by Newcastle to Liverpool.
Andy Cole was the Premier League's top scorer with 34 goals from 40 games, and managed a club record total of 41 goals in all competitions. Newcastle won their first six games of the —95 season to top the league and they appeared capable of winning their first league title since But the shock departure of Andy Cole to Manchester United in January weakened their attack, and finished the season sixth place in the final table; not enough for even another UEFA Cup campaign.
In the meantime, autumn signing Paul Kitson partnered Beardsley in attack.Kevin & Karen Dance 2018 UK Tour - Meet The Cast
Keegan made several important additions to the Newcastle side in the summer of Newcastle excelled in the first half of the —96 seasongoing ten points ahead on 23 December and holding a point lead from early in January to 4 February. After a 2—0 defeat at West Ham United on 21 February, the lead was cut to nine points. A 1—0 defeat at the hands of fellow title challengers Manchester United cut the gap to a single point on 4 March, and within two weeks Newcastle's lead was overhauled and they were unable to recover it.
Newcastle's 4—3 defeat to Liverpool on 3 April is widely considered  to be one of the classic Premier League games. With two games remaining Newcastle and Manchester United both had 76 points.
Newcastle only got one point in a 1—1 drawn match against Nottingham Forest on 2 May, and with a 1—1 draw for Newcastle against Tottenham Hotspur on the final day of the season on 5 May, the title was won by United, whose 3—0 triumph at Middlesbrough would have won them the title regardless of Newcastle's result against Tottenham.
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Keegan stated in that if Newcastle United had won the title in that season, the squad, which included players such as Les FerdinandDarren PeacockDavid GinolaPeter BeardsleyFaustino Asprilla and Rob Lee would have stayed together, may have built up a momentum, and won more trophies.
His outburst — "I would love it if we beat them! It also appeared in Channel 4 's Greatest Sporting Moments. Shearer, who had been the Premier League's top scorer in the last two seasons, was born in Newcastle and had grown up as a fan of the club. Newcastle briefly topped the league at several stages in the first half of the season and Shearer led the league scoring 25 goals. A club statement following his resignation read: Kevin informed the board of his wish to resign at the end of the season, having decided he no longer wishes to continue in football management at this stage in his life.
Following lengthy discussions of which the board attempted to persuade Kevin to change his mind, both parties eventually agreed that the best route forward was for the club to, reluctantly, accept his resignation with immediate effect. Keegan left the club with a short statement reading: It was my decision and my decision alone to resign. I feel I have taken the club as far as I can, and that it would be in the best interests of all concerned if I resigned now.
I wish the club and everyone concerned with it all the best for the future. On the Newcastle United DVD Magpie Magic, it is said that chairman Sir John Hall asked for a long term commitment as manager from him which he was unwilling to give, while it also states that many still rumour that the pressure and criticism of selling Andy Cole and the failed title challenge in —96 took its toll on him.