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Profile of the English footballer Martin Kelly, who currently plays as a defender at Crystal Palace. The 24-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
2007–2014Liverpool33(0)
2009Huddersfield Town (loan)7(1)
2014–Crystal Palace3(0)

2009England U195(0)
2009England U204(0)
2010–2012England U218(3)
2012England1(0)

Martin Kelly : Crystal Palace News
“Pulis’s sides were known for being strong at both ends of the pitch in these situations and Kelly knows that.”
 London24  5 days ago
“CRYSTAL Palace defender Martin Kelly says that conceding to more set-pieces on Saturday was “not good enough” and wants the team to replicate their form shown under Tony Pulis.”
 Croydon Advertiser  5 days ago
“Palace have brought in experienced Premier League players Brede Hangeland, Frazier Campbell, Martin Kelly and Zaha to build on their impressive 11th place finish last season.”
 VAVEL  Yesterday
“Wilfried Zaha snatched a point for new manager Neil Warnock as Crystal Palace emerged from a six-goal thriller Newcastle were almost caught out once again with 57 minutes gone when full-back Martin Kelly exploited the space left by opposite number”
 fleetwoodtoday.co.uk  Yesterday
“Martin Kelly nearly added a third after 56 minutes when he went Deep into stoppage time, the winger blasted home through a crowd of players to send everyone connected with Crystal Palace crazy. The Neil Warnock era has begun.”
 Croydon Advertiser  Yesterday
“Having failed to score in either of their first two league games and won in the Capital One Cup at Gillingham by virtue of John Egan's own goal, Alan Pardew knew victory against Palace was a gone when full-back Martin Kelly exploited the space left”
 Yahoo Sport  Yesterday
“Having failed to score in either of their first two league games and won in the Capital One Cup at Gillingham by virtue of John Egan’s own goal, Alan Pardew knew victory against Palace was a gone when full-back Martin Kelly exploited the space”
 Bexley Times  Yesterday
“He even occasionally smiled as the first game of Neil Warnock's second spell as Crystal Palace manager ended in a thrillingly a mis-hit cross floating against the far post and hitting Martin Kelly before falling perfectly for Mike Williamson to score”
 Daily Telegraph  Yesterday
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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    Goalkeepers
    Chris Kettings Lewis Price
    Julian Speroni Wayne Hennessey
    Defenders
    Joel Ward Peter Ramage
    Damien Delaney Patrick McCarthy
    Martin Kelly Adrian Mariappa
    Brede Hangeland Scott Dann
    Midfielders
    Jason Puncheon Jerome Thomas
    Yala Bolasie Owen Garvan
    Stuart O'Keefe Adlene Guedioura
    Barry Bannan Joe Ledley
    Jimmy Kebe Jonathan Williams
    Mile Jedinak
    Forwards
    Marouane Chamakh Dwight Gayle
    Glenn Murray Fraizer Campbell
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