|Full name||Frederick Charles Keetley|
|Date of birth||10 March 1906|
|Place of birth||Derby, England|
|Date of death||1979|
|Place of death||Derby, England|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Playing position||Centre Forward|
|1923–1927||Alvaston and Boulton|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He began working at Rolls Royce Foundry in Derby as a core maker. In 1926–27, he was playing for Alvaston and Boulton where he scored 80 goals.
Charlie was signed for Leeds United in June 1927 by Dick Ray, who had previous signed his 4 brothers for Doncaster Rovers. During the 1927–28 season Keetley scored 18 goals in just 16 games. He went on to be the club's top goal-scorer in three seasons—in 1928–29, 1930–31 and 1931–32. In his last full season at Elland Road he suffered from injury and lack of form, scoring 7 times in 16 appearances.
After finishing his football career he returned to work for Rolls Royce before becoming licensee of the Sir Walter Scott on the Osmaston Road, Derby in about 1950, and later the New Inn at Chellaston, close to the pub his brother Tom ran.
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