|Date of birth||25 June 1970|
|Place of birth||Amersham, England|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Queens Park Rangers (reserve team manager)|
|2004||Wycombe Wanderers (caretaker manager)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Keith Ryan (born 25 June 1970) is an English former professional footballer, born in Northampton, who played in the Football League as a midfielder for Wycombe Wanderers. In July 2009 he was appointed reserve team manager at Queens Park Rangers.
Ryan started his career at Berkhamsted Town and was signed for Wycombe Wanderers in August 1990 by Martin O'Neill. "Rhino", as he is nicknamed, played in over 500 games for the club and scored more than 50 goals, including Wycombe's goal in the 2001 FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool.
Following the departure of manager Tony Adams in November 2004, Ryan was appointed caretaker manager until the appointment of permanent successor John Gorman. Gorman rewarded Ryan's service to the club by making him an assistant manager, along with fellow Blues legend Steve Brown. Ryan retired from professional football in April 2006. He was retained as a coach when Paul Lambert took over as manager in June 2006, but left the club a year later when the coaching staff structure was reorganised for financial reasons.
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