A youngster about whom I know three eighths of sod all I'm
afraid - he's not yet made an appearance for the first team, but
did have a couple of loan spells and a run for the reserves. He was
released by the club without ever appearing for the first team in
He's had little luck at Barnsley with serious injuries keeping
him out of first team contention for over a season.
Zukkster says: Does this man exsist? I think he's really a piece
of accounting fraud straight from the Enron school of accounting.
On the books, paid a wage, nobody has ever seen him play. Oh apart
from the one game when he came on as sub with 10 minutes remaining
and got sent off!! Then got injured in training. Darren Anderton's
long lost twin (younger!) brother.
Stuart Lumb says: Don't know the lad at all. However he did go
to my school but he was three years above me. My tutor was Kevin's
PE teacher and he said Kevin was the best player he had ever seen
at my school. In about February 2000 he said Dixon was ready to ask
to leave Leeds. He also said that during his loan spell at York,
York were very keen to sign him. This is all I know about him.
chris bell says: i grew up with kevins brother and watched him
play from schoolkid to his teens and he really stood out.he went to
chelsea as a youth and appeared on a tv documentry about their
team(ran by g rix).he left soon after to join leeds.but i think
something happened during his time there and he ended up playing
reserve team football with one or two loan deals thrown in.he went
to barnsley but their situation finacially plus kev's injury put
pay to any career there.kev's had no luck at all but still has a
lot to offer.i think if leeds had given him his chance they might
just had a quality player.