THE HISTORY OF WIMBLEDON FOOTBALL CLUB
Full Name:
Keith Sanderson
Date of Birth:
09 October 1940
Place of Birth:
Hull, Yorkshire
Keith Sanderson
(1970/71)
Midfielder Keith signed from Goole Town at the start of the 1970/71 season.

After gaining his "blue" for football at Cambridge, Keith started his senior career at Harwich & Parkeston, a successful spell at Bath City and a summer in Toronto lead to a move to Plymouth Argyle, where he made his Football League debut in 1964/65. The following season he moved to QPR, where he made over 100 League appearances in 4 seasons, helping them win the Third Division title and the League Cup at Wembley. Remarkably, Keith was a part-timer throughout, holding down a job in the computer industry.

=== Wikipedia entry ===

Keith Sanderson (born 9 October 1940) was a footballer with QPR in the 1960s.

Career

Sanderson made his debut for Queens Park Rangers in the 1–6 defeat by local rivals, Brentford, on the opening day of the 1965–66 season after signing from Plymouth Argyle. Things got better and Sanderson was part of the successful 1966–67 team managed by Alec Stock that won both the Third Division Championship and the Football League Cup Final 1967 at Wembley beating WBA 3–2.

Sanderson was a tireless midfielder, doing the running for more glamorous colleagues like Rodney Marsh and went on to play 104 league games, scoring 10 goals. Sanderson was also remarkable in that he was a part-time player (he worked in computers in his "day job").

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1970/71: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
- Total: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0