Shaun Kelly - Limerick FC
||09 Mar 1989|
|Place of Birth:||Donegal|
About Shaun Kelly
Shaun is a right sided defender from Killybegs, County Donegal, who returned from over two years at Heart of Midlothian when he signed for Dundalk in January 2009. Shaun's departure from Hearts came about as a result of not enjoying his football in Edinburgh.
He was soon the subject of interest from Dundalk and Finn Harps – the club he supported growing up – as well as Scottish Second Division side Raith Rovers. It was the interest that Sean Connor had shown in him during the previous 18 months, however, that swayed his decision to join Dundalk and in early January '09 he signed on at Oriel Park.
Kelly made his competitive debut for the club in their opening night league defeat by Bohemians on 6 March 2009 and made 33 appearances in all competitions during his first season with the Lilywhites who he helped to fifth place. Kelly penned a fresh one-year contract at the club on 2 February 2010.
Shaun left Dundalk at the end of 2010 and signed for Sean Connor at Galway United in February 2011. However, financial turmoil led to Galway placing their entire squad on the transfer list and in July 2011 Shaun signed for Limerick FC.
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