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|Full name||Dean Matthew Keenan|
|Date of birth||15 October 1985|
|Place of birth||Glasgow, Scotland|
|2007–2008||→ Ayr United (loan)||15||(0)|
|2011||→ Kirkintilloch Rob Roy (loan)||3||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10 February 2012.
Dean Matthew Keenan (born 15 October 1985, Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish footballer who is currently club captain for Troon. He previously played for Clydebank, Ayr United and Greenock Morton.
Keenan grew up in Mosspark on Glasgow's Southside and attended Our Lady of the Rosary RC Primary School and later Lourdes RC Secondary School. Keenan began his professional football career at Clydebank where remained until the clubs demise. After leaving Clydebank, he began playing for Glasgow side Pollok. His spell at Pollok earned him a move to Greenock Morton in 2002.
After signing for Morton in the summer of 2002, Keenan made his début for the club in a cup-tie against Queen of the South and was subsequently shown a red card following his tackle on former Celtic winger Brian McLaughlin. During his spell at Cappielow, Keenan operated in a number of roles but mainly either in defence or midfield.
In October 2011, as he was due to have cartilage surgery, he was loaned out to Scottish Junior Football West Premier League side Kirkintilloch Rob Roy until January 2012. He was released by Ayr United in early 2012.
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