First name
Surname
Apps
Goals
Pen Picture
Caleb
Kamara-Taylor
3
0
Former Dulwich Hamlet, Barnet and Wimbledon striker, Caleb played a major part in Team Bath's 2002-03 season FA Cup run that culminated with a Sky Sports covered match against Mansfield Town. A match in which he scored a spectacular goal. On completion of his HND sports performance course he had trials with Exeter City and Chippenham Town, plus a short spell with Larkhall Athletic, before joining City in August 2005. Only played three games before moving onto Yate Town two months later.
Steve
Kean
11
1
Former Celtic apprentice Steve joined City for a short spell during the 1991-92 season after his return to the UK from Portugal where he had spent three seasons, following loan spells with Swansea City. Unfortunately after just 11 games and a single goal in the 3-1 win over rivals Yeovil Town, the club's financial position - Steve was paying his own travelling expenses from Reading - meant they could no longer afford him and he joined his local club. A broken leg ended his career seven months later but he moved into coaching, first with the Royals and then Fulham. He was appointed assistant manager with the Premiership club in May 2003.
Reg
Keating
8
14
Reg was a speedy winger who signed for City from Norwich City in November 1933. He had previously played for Newcastle United, Lincoln City, Stockport County and Birmingham City. After just eight games, where he scored 14 times, Reg was back in league football with Cardiff City. He spent three seasons in Wales before moving on to Doncaster Rovers, Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic, Carlisle United and Blyth Spartans, where he finished his career.
Paul
Keddle
31
0
Wales non-league international left-sided player Paul signed for City in August 2007 after impressing in pre-season. Failed to hold down a regular starting place and re-signed for League of Wales side Carmarthen Town in January 2008. After beginning his career with Brecon and Rhayader Town, he spent five seasons with Merthyr Tydfil. Move on to Newport County in June 2008 before rejoining the Martyrs, where he is now captain.
Harry
Keeling
3
3
An experienced and well-travelled inside-forward Harry joined City on trial in November 1934. Despite scoring three times in as many games he did not earn a contract and moved onto Sutton Town. During his league career he played for Luton Town, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Notts County, Torquay United, Swindon Town, Norwich City and Mansfield Town.
Mark
Keen
2
1
Reserve defender Mark made two substitute appearances including the Dr Martens Cup tie against Tiverton Town in November 2002, where he scored in the 2-2 draw. Was a regular in City's second string outfit that season but was not amongst the youngsters offered a contract at the end of the campaign. Had previously played for Paulton Rovers.
Mike
Keen
7
0
Reserve defender Mike made two first team starts, including an FA Cup 1st Round match against Grays Athletic in November 1988, and five substitute appearances. His second start was in a Clubcall Club cup match at Worcester City in November 1989. It was an eventful game for the youngster as City lost 5-0 and he received the ball in the face, damaging his teeth.
Paul
Keen
8
0
Regular reserve team striker Paul briefly rose to the dizzy heights of first team football in the middle part of the 2001-02 season. Made his debut against Crawley Town in October 2001 and then played in the first game of 2002 versus Hinckley United. City lost both games 2-1, he didn't score and was soon back with the reserves.
Bernard
Kelly
33
19
Bernard was a former Chelsea A team forward who joined City on trial in October 1949. Scored an impressive 19 goals in 33 games before joining Brentford where he made a single league appearance.
Brian
Kelly
42
10
Left-winger Brian joined City during the 1953-54 season before leaving early in 1955 due to work commitments in Bristol.
Gary
Kemp
85
1
Gary arrived at Twerton Park just before the start of the 2001-02 campaign and became one of the sides most consistent performers for the next two seasons. Began his career with Almondsbury before spending 8 years with Gloucester City where he made over 300 appearances. The 34-year old moved onto Newport County in September 1999 before joining City along with teammate Gary Thorne. A back injury saw him miss the start of the 2003-04 season and he joined Mangotsfield United in an attempt to get fit. Several times if looked like he would return to City but he remained at Cossham Street until July 2004 when he headed to Brislington as assistant manager. Now on the coaching staff at Chippenham Town.
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Kerr
2
0
Played for City during the 1946-47 season.
Tommy
Kilbride
4
0
Tommy was a young winger who signed from Hibernian for the 1962-63 season but failed to earn a regular starting place in the first team.
Ernie
Kilford
1
0
Ernie made a single first-team appearance for the club during the 1925-26 season.
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King
n/a
1
Played for City during the 1902-03 and 1903-04 seasons.
Bert
King
2
0
Bert made a couple of appearances for City during the 1945-46 season.
G
King
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1904-05 season.
H
King
6
0
Played for City during the 1928-29 season.
John
King
20
0
Welsh international goalkeeper John joined City in July 1964. After beginning his career Blaenllechau Welfare he joined Swansea City in February 1950, making his professional debut ten months later. Went onto make nearly 400 appearances for the Swans before switching to Twerton Park. Only played 20 times for City then emigrated to Australia.
Phil
King
1
0
Experienced full-back Phil played in a League Cup Final versus Manchester United and scored the winning penalty in a shoot-out against Inter Milan in a UEFA Cup tie, both for Aston Villa. He also played in a Dr Martens Cup match between City and Newport County in February 2001. This was his only appearance for City after signing on a pay-as-you-play deal in the summer of 2000 after injury problems ended his professional career. This professional career took in nine different league clubs, including spells in the Premier League with the aforementioned Villa and Sheffield Wednesday. Having started his career with Exeter City then Torquay United he joined Swindon Town for £25,000 in February 1987. After 116 games for the Robins a transfer fee of £400,000 took him to the Owls. It was while on loan at West Bromwich Albion from Villa, who he joined in August 1994, that he suffered the knee injury that sidelined him for 17 months in December 1995. Never really settled at a club after this, playing for Swindon, Blackpool, Brighton & Hove Albion and Kidderminster Harriers, although he did help the latter win promotion to the Football League in 2000. Rather then returning to full-time football he opted to join City and continue to run a pub in Swindon. In March 2004 he made a final return to the pitch with Cinderford Town. He also played for England Under-21 and B teams.
Graham
Kingston
2
0
Graham played a couple of games for City during the 1966-67 season.
Alex
Kiratzoglou
16
1
Australian born midfielder Alex joined City in November 1997 from Oldham Athletic, making his debut as a substitute in a defeat at King's Lynn. Went on to make 16 appearances, scoring a single goal in the 7-0 Somerset Premier Cup win over Wellington, for City before being released in March 1998 ahead of a return Down Under. Played for the Melbourne Knights during the 2000-01 season.
Harry
Kirk
43
15
A versatile inside-right, Harry played for Bristol City, Plymouth Argyle, Exeter City and Charlton Athletic before joining City for the 1927-28 season. Nickname 'Jazzo' for his ukulele skills that helped pass time on the long away trips. He left to join New Brighton in 1928 then South Shields a year later.
John
Kirk
3
0
An experienced player, John joined City for a short spell early in the 1956-57 season, having previously played for Nottingham Forest and Darlington.
Colin
Kite
1
0
Colin made a single first-team start for City during the 1967-68 season.
Josh
Klein-Davies
6
0
Striker Josh began his career at Bristol City's Academy before swicthing to the blue half of the town in May 2007. He played for Wales' at Under-17 and Under-19 level while at Ashton Gate. Before making his Football League debut for the Pirates he spent a month on loan at Yate Town - scoring five goals in eight appearances. His first team debut came in December 2007 and he went on to play in ten games, scoring once that season. A short spell on loan at Luton Town at the start of the 2008-09 campaign preceded further loan spells at Newport County and Lewes. The 19-year old joined City on loan in March 2008, making half a dozen substitute appearances. Joined Weymouth at the start of the 2009-10 season after being released by Rovers.
Yan
Klukowski
14
0
One of the major talents to come through City's youth set-up in recent seasons midfielder Yan looked set to be challenging for a regular first team place in the 2005-06 season. However, the Chippenham born teenager was offered the chance of a footballing scholarship in the US which he accepted. Played for the youth team for two seasons, making 14 first team appearances during that time, turning down several opportunities to join the Bristol Rovers youth academy. After four very successful years in the US he returned to this country and had trials with Swindon Town and Carlisle United during the summer of 2009, before rejoining Chippenham Town.
Jackie
Knight
47
12
Bolton-born inside-forward Jackie played in all four divisions of the Football League between the Second World War and signing for City in the summer of 1955 - having previously guested for the club during the War. During this time he turned out for Burnley, Preston North End, Chesterfield and Exeter City, playing on all but five of the Football League grounds. Financial problems at the club saw him released at the end of his one season at Twerton Park.
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Knowler
1
0
Played for City during the 1936-37 season.
H
Kolbrunner
n/a
2
Played for City during three of their first four seasons between 1901 and 1904.
Vasa
Kovandvich
36
5
Vasa was signed from Racing Club Paris during the summer of 1956.
Maurice
Kyle
3
0
Maurice made a handful of appearances for City after joining the club toward the end of the 1971-72 season.