Kenneth "Kenny" McKay (circa 1876 – unknown) was a Scottish association footballer who played as a forward. Born in Wishaw, McKay started his footballing career with Hamilton Academical before moving south to play for Sheffield United. In the 1897–98 season McKay was a member of the Sheffield side which won the 1897–98 First Division. McKay spent a single season with Tottenham Hotspur making his debut on 3 September 1898 in a 3–0 home win against Thames Ironworks at Northumberland Park. The next season, he moved to Thames Ironworks, his first goals coming on 18 September 1899 in a 4–0 home win against Chatham. The following season, he returned to Scotland, playing a single season with Wishaw United. 1901 saw him on the move again; this time back to London to play for Fulham for the 1901–02

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  • Kenneth "Kenny" McKay (circa 1876 – unknown) was a Scottish association footballer who played as a forward. Born in Wishaw, McKay started his footballing career with Hamilton Academical before moving south to play for Sheffield United. In the 1897–98 season McKay was a member of the Sheffield side which won the 1897–98 First Division. McKay spent a single season with Tottenham Hotspur making his debut on 3 September 1898 in a 3–0 home win against Thames Ironworks at Northumberland Park. The next season, he moved to Thames Ironworks, his first goals coming on 18 September 1899 in a 4–0 home win against Chatham. The following season, he returned to Scotland, playing a single season with Wishaw United. 1901 saw him on the move again; this time back to London to play for Fulham for the 1901–02 season. In the 1902–03 season McKay was a member of the Fulham side which won the 1902–03 Southern League Second Division. (en)
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  • Kenneth "Kenny" McKay (circa 1876 – unknown) was a Scottish association footballer who played as a forward. Born in Wishaw, McKay started his footballing career with Hamilton Academical before moving south to play for Sheffield United. In the 1897–98 season McKay was a member of the Sheffield side which won the 1897–98 First Division. McKay spent a single season with Tottenham Hotspur making his debut on 3 September 1898 in a 3–0 home win against Thames Ironworks at Northumberland Park. The next season, he moved to Thames Ironworks, his first goals coming on 18 September 1899 in a 4–0 home win against Chatham. The following season, he returned to Scotland, playing a single season with Wishaw United. 1901 saw him on the move again; this time back to London to play for Fulham for the 1901–02 (en)
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