|Full name:||Kenneth Leek|
|Date of Birth:||26 July 1935|
|Place of Birth:||Ynysybwl, Wales|
|Date of Death:||19 November 2007|
|Place of Death:||Northampton, England|
Ken was born in New Road, Ynysybwl, Wales. He started his football career with the Ynysybwl Boys Club.
In August 1952 Ken joined English Football League club Northampton Town.
Joined Leicester City in April 1958 from Northampton Town.Made his debut for Leicester in a friendly game against Brazilian club Canto do Rio on 28 April 1958.
Played for the Welsh Under-23 National Team in a 2-1 win over England in 1958. Ken scored one of the goals.
In May 1961 he requested a transfer from Leicester City after being dropped from Leicester’s team in the 1961 FA Cup Final on 6 May 1961.
Received an offer of £50-a-week from National Soccer League club Montreal Concordia in May 1961.
On Monday 15 May it was announced that he had agreed to join Montreal Concordia.
Played for the Welsh National Team on 18 May against Spain at Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid in a qualifying game for the 1962 World Cup.
On 28 May 1961 he played for Wales against Hungary in front of 40,000 soccer fans in Budapest.
Ken flew to Montreal from Budapest on Tuesday 30 May. Later that day he played for Montreal Concordia against Dynamo Bucharest in the International Soccer League.
In July 1961 he was transferred from Leicester City to Newcastle United. On Thursday 13 July he flew back to England.
Scored three goals for Newcastle against Danish club A.G.F. Aarhus in a 6-0 win on Wednesday 9 August 1961.
In November 1961 he was transferred to Birmingham City for £23,000 from Newcastle United.
Transferred for £9,000 from Birmingham City to Northampton Town on 18 December 1964.
In November 1965 he was transferred from Northampton Town to Bradford City for £10,000.
Started the 1968-1969 season playing for Rhyl in the Cheshire League. Transferred to Southern League club Merthyr Tydfil in October 1968.
Player-manager of Ton Pentre in the 1969-1970 season.