Luton appoint Dearden as goalkeeper coach

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Luton Town have confirmed the arrival of Kevin Dearden as the club’s new goalkeeping coach.

Dearden, 44, who was born in Luton, recently left Leyton Orient earlier, where he had been on the coaching staff since 2008.

As a player, Dearden was best-known for his spells at Brentford and Torquay, and played 512 senior matches in a career spanning over 12 years.

earden was briefly with the Hatters as a youngster before moving to Tottenham where he turned professional and made two senior appearances, including one as a substitute in the top flight.

After loan spells with half-a-dozen clubs he left White Hart Lane in 1993 and joined Brentford where he went onto make over 250 appearances for the Bees.

He then spent two years at Wrexham before joining Torquay in 2001, where he stayed until his retirement in 2005.