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Profile of the English footballer Martin Kelly, who currently plays as a defender at Crystal Palace. The 25-year old player Kelly joined Crystal Palace from Liverpool 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
“There was to be no upset, but Crystal Palace fixtures against Palace - winning four of them. Their last success had come in August 1985.”
 slp.co.uk 4 days ago
“Selhurst Park was awaiting a response from the home side after the early shock. They were left waiting a long time as Palace struggled for any fluency.”
 Daily Mail 4 days ago
“Alan Pardew wants to make history at Crystal Palace by winning a trophy this season but Captain Mile Jedinak, Patrick Bamford, Dwight Gayle, Martin Kelly and Lee Chung-yong are all likely to feature at Selhurst Park, while Wayne Hennessey will start”
 London Evening Standard 4 days ago
“Palace kick off another Capital One Cup campaign tonight at That could mean that the likes of Mile Jedinak, Chung-yong Lee, Joe Ledley and Martin Kelly could all come into contention, but Yannick Bolasie will miss the game through compassionate leave.”
 Official Crystal Palace Website 4 days ago
“Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood thought his substitute had turned the game in his side's favour against Crystal Palace when Pape Souare diverted Adama Traore's cross into his own net to cancel out Scott Dann's header.”
 Belfast Telegraph 4 days ago
“couldn’t impose himself on Palace but also had no service. Will need to do better. McCarthy, Ward, Dann, Delaney, Souare, McArthur, Cabaye (Jedinak, 81), Zaha (Mutch, 46), Puncheon, Sako, Murray (Gayle, 46). Subs: Hennessey, Lee, Bamford, Kelly.”
 Birmingham Mail 4 days ago
“Palace, by contrast disjointed and sleepy, had only a Martin Kelly cross which had just too much on it for Zaha to show for their efforts in the opening quarter as they were unable to find a way past the disciplined visitors.”
 Shropshire Star 5 days ago
“Alan Pardew believes Bakary Sako could be a fine acquisition for Crystal Palace after the midfielder hit the decisive strike in a 2-1 defeat of Aston Villa.”
 Belfast Telegraph 5 days ago
“Crystal Palace defender Scott Dann has stressed the importance of having points on the board ahead of a daunting run of Premier League fixtures, with Alan Pardew's side set to face Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur in the”
 Daily Mail 5 days ago
“Bakary Sako marked his Crystal Palace debut with an 88th-minute winner in this afternoon's 2-1 win over Aston Villa at Selhurst Park.”
 Sports Mole 7 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
    Alex McCarthy
    Adrian Mariappa Martin Kelly
    Zeki Fryers Pape Souare
    Patrick McCarthy Brede Hangeland
    Scott Dann Joel Ward
    Damien Delaney
    Chung-Yong Lee Jason Puncheon
    Wilfried Zaha Bakary Sako
    Yala Bolasie Jonathan Williams
    Adlene Guedioura Barry Bannan
    Joe Ledley Jordon Mutch
    Mile Jedinak James McArthur
    Yohan Cabaye
    Marouane Chamakh Fraizer Campbell
    Dwight Gayle Connor Wickham
    Patrick Bamford Glenn Murray
    Kwesi Appiah
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