Keith Weller’s family back at King Power Stadium enjoying their special day and fantastic happening vs. Spurs

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Keith Weller’s brother Phil, his son Adam and grandson Alfie were all back at King Power for the game vs. Spurs. They are regular visitors to games and the bond to the club is there not only because Keith Weller is among the most legendary players at Leicester, but also a reason to count that Phil himself has a past at the club.

Keith Weller did play a major part at Leicester during the days of Jimmy Bloomfield and continued for a few seasons under Frank McLintock and Jock Wallace, before moving on to NASL clubs such as New England Tea Men and Fort Lauderdale Strikers.

If you have followed the career of Keith Weller you also know that he got his first team debut at Spurs, playing at White Hart Lane from 1964 to 1967, making 21 league apperances and scoring 1 goal, coming in a 2-2 draw vs. Newcastle in January 1966.

Memories comes to mind when you see a picture of Keith’s family as his life in the game is a bit similar to Harry Kane, both having a past as youth players at Arsenal, then moving to Spurs and also Leicester had them both, Kane on loan in 2013, Keith Weller playing at Leicester from 1971 to 1979.

Great to have tradition in place and knowing families of former players can unite and follow the club, cherish football and come to games for a nice happening.

Again lovely to print pictures like this, it shows what football is all about, and great to be able to share this on our website, thanks again to Phil Weller and his family.


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