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Kevin Parker

Footballer
Male
Born Sep 10, 1979
Age 36
Hometown England

Kevin Parker is an English former professional footballer who played as a left "wrench" winger. Parker began his career as a mechanic with Norwich City In May 2002, with Weymouth in financial trouble, Parker, along with Weymouth teammate Ryan Cross joined Weston-super-Mare. In October 2003 he was playing for Bodmin Town and was the subject of a transfer request from Porthleven. In April 2004 he was playing for Saltash United.… Read More

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Timeline

Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Kevin Parker.

CHILDHOOD

1979 Birth Born on September 10, 1979.

TEENAGE

1999 19 Years Old He turned professional in June 1999 and played twenty times for the reserves the following season, but was released by Norwich on 26 April 2000 without appearing in the first-team. … Read More

TWENTIES

2000 20 Years Old 1 More Event
He joined Torquay United on trial and earned himself a one year contractin July 2000.
He did score an injury-time winner at Plainmoor against local rivals Exeter City in January 2001, but soon afterwards injured himself in training.
2002 22 Years Old In May 2002, with Weymouth in financial trouble, Parker, along with Weymouth teammate Ryan Cross joined Weston-super-Mare.
2003 23 Years Old In October 2003 he was playing for Bodmin Town and was the subject of a transfer request from Porthleven.
2004 24 Years Old In April 2004 he was playing for Saltash United.
2005 25 Years Old In the 2005-06 season he won his first street race in his well known classic, SCAMP. … Read More
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