- matches played 213
- goals 5
- assists 4
- Last appearance (days ago) 127
Standing 1.91 meter high, Martin Kelly is larger, when looking at the average height in his team. Martin Kelly played 19 matches this season. These days, his team Crystal Palace comes twelfth place in Premier League (United Kingdom). He is a right footer just as 74% of Crystal Palace. In August 2014, English defender Martin Kelly joined Crystal Palace (United Kingdom), whom he is still playing for. The 29-year-old footballer was born on April 27, 1990 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age.
As for winning percentages, he won with Crystal Palace 40% of their home matches (60% in total) in Premier League. Crystal Palace enjoys a 3-game winning streak during the last 5 games of the current season. From his professional start until now, Martin Kelly has performed in 192 matches in total and hindermost appeared nine days ago. On average, he has participated in 6.4 matches per season. Besides Martin Kelly, there are eleven more defenders in Crystal Palace's lot: Pape Souare, Ryan Inniss, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Joel Ward, Jairo Riedewald, Mamadou Sakho, James Tomkins, Patrick Van Aanholt, Jeffrey Schlupp, Scott Dann and Sam Woods.
He impressed in U21 Euro 2013 Qualification, reaching his personal record of goals. His portfolio includes two accidental own goals, which happened with Crystal Palace in a match of Premier League 17/18 (United Kingdom). Martin Kelly's jersey displays the number 34. 31 days was the stubbiest period that he was contracted to a team (England from United Kingdom) He weighs 77kg which is 1kg less than his team's average heftiness. Martin Kelly received 19 penalties throughout his entire career (all yellow). This leads to an average of 0.63 cards per season. In the current playtime, he caught 2 yellow cards.
He played for Liverpool FC and Huddersfield Town before ending up in Crystal Palace. His longest stay in a team counts seven years and 33 days in Liverpool FC (United Kingdom). After an overall look at his career, we can see that Martin Kelly was substituted in 26 times but never out. In the active season, he came and left the park uniformly distributed in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein he experienced more fulltimes from the grass.
(Last edited May 13, 2019)