Goalkeeper Steve Lewis played for the Norwich City schoolboys
earlier in his career. Lewis joined Kings Lynn from Cambridge
United in 1991 and made over 250 appearances for the West Norfolk
side. He has also won representative honours for Norfolk. As an
ex-canary, Steve was in good company at The Walks with teammates
Matthew Wright, Glyn Roberts, and manager Tony Spearing . Although Steve was displaced from the
King's Lynn side by former Ipswich Town trainee James Hollman,
new manager Tony Spearing opted for Lewis above former Mansfield
Town player Duncan Roberts whilst Hollman has left the club. Since
Spearing's resignation and the appointment of Gary Mills as manager,
Lewis' position was challenged by the signing of Moroccan international
Chuck Martini from American side Connecticut. Martini was previously
on trial with Martin O'Neill's Leicester
City having played with him at Wycombe.
After a spell on loan to Warboys, Steve quit Lynn to join Eastern
Counties league side Fakenham Town. This was confirmed by the
Pink Un (31st October) that reported Steve making his debut for
the Ghosts against Histon on Halloween.
In May 2003, Steve moved into management taking on a player-coach
role in support to new Fakenham manager Stuart Woodhouse following
Neil Jarvis' retirement to support the careers of Canary starlets
Ryan and Rossi.
On 12th July 2004, Steve and teammate Martyn
Magee signed for Ridgeons League rivals Wroxham. In June 2005,
Steve returned to Fakenham as their first team coach.