|Full name||Kenneth Henry Albert Fish|
|Date of birth||20 February 1914|
|Place of birth||Cape Town, South Africa|
|Date of death||4 August 2005(aged 91)|
|Place of death||Stoke-on-Trent, England|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.† Appearances (goals)
Kenneth Henry Albert "Ken" Fish (20 February 1914 – 4 August 2005) was a South African footballer who played for English club Port Vale and Swiss side Young Boys. He later served behind the scenes at Port Vale, Birmingham City, and Oxford United.
Fish played for Railway Association (in South Africa) before moving to England to play for Aston Villa. He signed with Port Vale of the Third Division North for a sizeable fee in November 1937. He scored his first goal in a 3–1 defeat to Carlisle United at Brunton Park on 20 November. He played just six games (five in the Football League and one FA Cup) and was sold to Swiss side Young Boys in October 1938. He returned to Vale as the assistant trainer in July 1939 and re-signed as a player the following month.
World War II and post-war coaching career
World War II disrupted football in 1939 and as a result Fish enlisted in the Army in September 1939. He served as a warrant officer and a remedial specialist. He guested for Stafford Rangers during the war and after its conclusion was appointed as Port Vale's trainer in July 1946. He was temporarily in control of team affairs in November and December 1951, after Ivor Powell's unsuccessful tenure.
In March 1958 he moved on to Birmingham City as trainer-coach, a position he later held at Oxford United. Fish worked at Oxford United for more than twenty years. At the end of the 1986 League Cup Final at Wembley, in which Oxford beat QPR 3–0, the manager, Maurice Evans, insisted that Fish go up to the royal box to receive the medal that would usually have gone to the manager.
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