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Profile of the English footballer Martin Kelly, who currently plays as a defender at Crystal Palace. The 26-year old player Kelly joined Crystal Palace from and wears the number 34 shirt.

Martin Kelly
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        (Squad number 34)

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Martin Kelly Career
2009Huddersfield Town (loan)7(1)
2014–Crystal Palace31(0)

2009England U195(0)
2009England U204(0)
2010–2012England U218(3)

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Martin Kelly : Crystal Palace News
“In senior English football only two of the last 32 years have not featured a member of the Wright clan, with Ian joining Crystal Palace in 1985 and Shaun leaving thought of the then-recent firing of Chip Kelly as head coach of American football”
 The Guardian Today
“Chelsea – John Terry, Dominic Solanke, Alex Kiwomya, Tika Musonda. Crystal Palace – Julian Speroni, Damien Delaney, Fraizer Campbell, Martin Kelly, Kwesi Appiah, Zeki Fryers, Mathieu Flamini, Joe Ledley, Wayne Hennessey, Hiram Boateng, Jonathan Benteke.”
 Hertfordshire Mercury Yesterday
“Crystal Palace have finally found some stability in their Premier Pardew had to replace him with right-backs Joel Ward and Martin Kelly, throughout the first half of the season, who were not comfortable in that position and the result showed it.”
 the4thofficial.net 3 days ago
“With Senderos among a few names likely to leave this summer, Rangers should turn to the experienced Martin Kelly to fill the void verge of an exit from relegation-battlers Crystal Palace.”
 footballinsider247.com 3 days ago
“DITCH: Martin Kelly, Fraizer Campbell, Zeki Fryers, Mathieu Flamini, Julian Speroni, Kwesi Appiah Time to be a little more cut-throat.”
 Football365 5 days ago
“Chris Coleman (Wales) On Roy Keane: "All I'll be listening to is (Republic manager) Martin O'Neill.”
 Sporting Life 6 days ago
“Martin Kelly appeared in only nine top flight games in the first two years of Rodgers' reign, ultimately leaving the club to sign for Crystal Palace in 2014.”
 hitc.com 7 days ago
“Spurs return to action in the FAWPL on Sunday, when they face Crystal Palace at Cheshunt FC, kick-off 2pm.”
 tottenhamhotspur.com 9 days ago
“Palace: Hennessey, Ward, Tomkins (Dann 82), Sakho, Schlupp, Milivojevic, Cabaye (Sako 86), Zaha, Puncheon, Townsend (Delaney 86), C. Benteke. Subs not used: Speroni, Kelly, Lee, Campbell.”
 Official Crystal Palace Website 10 days ago
“Kelly, Tomkins, Delaney, Sakho, Dann, Fryers, McArthur, Milivojevic, Ledley, Townsend, Kaikai, Cabaye, Zaha, Sako, Campbell, Schlupp, Lee, C Benteke. Watford midfielder Etienne Capoue may miss the trip to Crystal Palace through illness.”
 Mirror 11 days ago
Martin Kelly Career Honours
  • Liverpool: League Cup (1): 2011–12
  • Liverpool Reserves: Premier Reserve League (1): 2007–08
  • Liverpool Reserves: Dallas Cup (1): 2008
  • Liverpool Young Player of the Year: 2010–11
  • Standard Chartered Liverpool Player of the Month Award (1): February 2011

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Julian Speroni Wayne Hennessey
    Steve Mandanda
    Martin Kelly Joel Ward
    Zeki Fryers Pape Souare
    Damien Delaney Scott Dann
    James Tomkins
    Chung-Yong Lee Wilfried Zaha
    Andros Townsend Bakary Sako
    Joe Ledley Jordon Mutch
    James McArthur Yohan Cabaye
    Mathieu Flamini Jason Puncheon
    Fraizer Campbell Loic Remy
    Christian Benteke Connor Wickham
    Kwesi Appiah