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Kelham O'Hanlon
Personal information
Full name Kelham O'Hanlon
Date of birth 16 May 1962 (1962-05-16) (age 47)
Place of birth    Saltburn-by-the-Sea, England
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Playing position Goalkeeper (retired)
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
Rotherham United
Carlisle United
Preston North End
Dundee United
Preston North End
087 (0)
248 (0)
083 (0)
023 (0)
030 (0)
014 (0)
485 (0)   
National team
Republic of Ireland
Republic of Ireland U21
001 (0)
002 (0)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Kelham O'Hanlon (born 16 May 1962, Saltburn-by-the-Sea) is a former footballer who played as a goalkeeper for a number of British clubs and the Republic of Ireland national team.


O'Hanlon began his playing career at Middlesbrough in 1982. He then joined Rotherham in 1985 and stayed there for six years, before leaving for to Carlisle. Two years later he joined Preston although he was only at Deepdale for one season before joining Dundee United in Scotland.

He returned to Preston in 1996, making a further fourteen performances. He then retired from playing and joined the coaching staff at the club, becoming David Moyes' assistant in 1998. He was made caretaker manager in March 2002 after Moyes' departure to Everton[1], turning down the chance to follow Moyes to Everton two months later.[2] In June 2003, O'Hanlon left Preston due to cost-cutting measures[3] and was appointed as a coach at Bury in January 2004,[4] leaving in May 2005, again due to cost-cutting measures.[5] O'Hanlon took up a part-time position in February 2006 with Chester[6] before being appointed as coach at Barnsley in January 2007 where he remained until September 2009 when manager Simon Davey was sacked.[7]As of January 2010, O'Hanlon has been appointed 1st Team Manager at non-league club AFC Fylde[8]. O'Hanlon had been assisting as 1st Team Coach for three months before being appointed as manager. During his playing career he also gained a cap for the Republic of Ireland national team in 1987, keeping a clean sheet in a 5-0 friendly win over Israel.


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