Wallace, Kenny

Birth Date

8th June 1952


Islington, London



Biographical Text

Originally with West Ham United, winger Kenny Wallace made ten league appearances for Exeter City in 1973/74 having signed from Hereford United where he had played during the Bulls’ first season in the Football League. He later appeared for Dover, Maidstone and a number of other non-league clubs within reach of London. 

A junior player with West Ham United, Kenny signed as a full professional in July 1969. Never playing a league match for the East London club, he did play on loan for Brentford and Montreal Olympique. He then moved to Hereford United in July 1972 where he had 32 league outings (four goals) during the club's first season in the Football League.

Signed on a free transfer by Exeter City in September 1973, Kenny's debut was delayed by injury and didn't come until the 3-1 win at West Bromwich Albion in the Football League Cup 31 October 1973. An often-tricky winger, he finished the season making just 10 league appearances (scoring against Doncaster) before leaving for Dover in the Summer of 1974.

He subsequently appeared for Maidstone United, Crawley Town, Welling United, Chelmsford City, Sheppey United and Erith & Belvedere whilst living in Bexleyheath.



Appearances as Substitute






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