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Out On Loan
at Swindon Town

Keshi Anderson




Date of birth






Anderson was plucked from non-league Barton Rovers in the 2015 winter transfer window after he had hit a hat-trick against the Eagles in a development game.

The striker had been on the books of Barton Rovers when he featured as a trialist for Brentford in a development game against Palace, and after his treble he was snapped up, making an eight-tier jump in the process.

Anderson was loaned to Doncaster Rovers in September 2015 and he started brightly by scoring three times in nine appearances before a broken leg ended his season. After recovering, he netted for Palace in a pre-season friendly at Fulham and was named on the bench for their opening two games of the 2016/17 Premier League season but would have to wait for his bow in red and blue.

Instead, he was loaned to Bolton Wanderers for the campaign, but with football limited in Lancashire he was moved on to Northamptn Town for the remainder of the season. He has since joined Swindown Town in League Two for the duration of the 2017/18 campaign.