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Last Updated:  Monday, 10 March, 2003, 12:11 GMT
Goalkeeper Kee will retire
Paul Kee has lost his first team place to John Connolly
Paul Kee has been troubled by injury in recent times

Crusaders goalkeeper Paul Kee will quit Irish League football at the end of this season.

The 34-year-old has been troubled by injuries in recent times and has lost his first team place to John Connolly.

Kee won nine Northern Ireland caps and he is hoping to develop a coaching role after he retires.

He moved to Ards to Oxford United in 1988 and had spells at Wimbledon and Reading before returning to Ards in 1994.

Spells at Linfield, Cobh Ramblers, Carrick Rangers and Bangor followed before he linked up with Crusaders.

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