Kevin Stonehouse

Kevin Stonehouse Bio: He was a professional footballer, who played as a striker for Blackburn Rovers, Huddersfield Town, Blackpool, Darlington, Carlisle United, Rochdale, and Bishop Auckland.

In 2008, he took over one of his roles, and that was the role of football in the community.

Kevin Stonehouse Bio

Wiki / Biography
Birth Date20 September 1959
Birth PlaceBishop Auckland, United Kingdom
Death Date29 July 2019
Age59 years
Height1.7 m
Net WorthUpdate Soon

He was born on 20 September 1959 and died on 29 July 2019. Kevin has died at the age of 59. He was a professional footballer.

He also for having led the club’s Football in the Community scheme for many years, coaching thousands of children in his tenure.

Stonehouse played as forward during a career that saw him begin at Blackburn Rovers at the beginning of the 1980s.

After Blackburn, he spent time with Huddersfield Town and Blackpool before returning to the North-East with a transfer to Darlington in 1987, when Dave Booth was the manager.

Kevin played wide left in two years at Feethams and among his team-mates were David Currie, Paul Ward Alan Roberts, making 87 appearances and scoring 24 goals.

Kevin was the team’s second-highest league scorer with 13 in 87-88, behind Currie on 21, when Darlington finished 13th in Division 4.

Death and Cause

Kevin has died on 29 July 2019 at the age of 59.

A Blackburn Rovers club spokesman said: “Rovers are saddened to learn of the passing of former player Kevin Stonehouse.

Tributes Paid on Social Media

There have been tributes paid on social media, including from former team-mate Mick Rathbone.

He wrote: “Shocked and saddened to hear of the death of my old teammate Kevin Stonehouse Great memories of our time together at Rovers. R.I.P. Top player. Top lad. So many great times together.”

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