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Stuart Kelly to Thailand via Auckland

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Stuart Kelly to Thailand via Auckland


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I'm wondering which Northeastern Thailand club he's agreed 'in principle' too. At present there are only two clubs in the TPL from that region.

I hope it's not Si Saket, as they look like they'll be relegated this season. If they stay up, then fine. 
 
I really hope it's not Buriram-PEA, as the c*** that runs the club has no 'principles'. (He's a politician currently serving a 5-year ban from politics for corruption)
 
I do hope it's Khon Kaen, who look good for promotion at the end of this season.
 
There are rumours here that TOT-CAT FC maybe relocating (again), this time to Nakhon Ratchasima in the NE, so it might be there.
 
 
 


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According to Football Siam, newly-promoted TPL club Khon Kaen FC have signed an as yet unnamed  New Zealander. I immediately thought of Stuart Kelly, but the original article in the Herald/Stuff said he was Scottish. Also, the Thai article claims that this particular Kiwi played at the World Cup.
 
I know David Mulligan was trialling in Singapore, anyone know how that worked out, and if he drifted north to Thailand while there?
 
Any other ideas who it might be?
 
 
wolfman2010-12-12 02:32:51


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sounds like McG???
weird if it is

pacy

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Sorry martinb, what I meant was the original article in the NZ press said that Kelly was a Scot, and had agreed in principle to move to a TPL club in NE Thailand after his spell at Auckland City. This gives three possibilities: Buriram-PEA, Si Saket, or newly promoted Khon Kaen. 
 
I'm reading something in Thai that says an unnamed New Zealander has signed with Khon Kaen. On re-reading, I'm not entirely sure it says he's an All White.
 
Is there anyone here who knows: (a) where Stuart Kelly is going?; or (b) if any other Kiwis are Khon Kaen-bound?


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Stu Kelly’s team is Khonkaen.

The Nz player is James Pritchard.

Had a chat to them both after City game, nothing confirmed yet

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More on this in the Thai media this week, including a name.


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wolfman wrote:
More on this in the Thai media this week, including a name.



and it is...
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Post the article if you want Wolfy or is it not English language?
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Stuart Kelly moves from Auckland City to Khon Kaen

http://www.thaileaguefootball.com/

no article, just down on the right hand side

ive got a song that wont take long, Adelaide are rubbish.. the second verse is same as the first.. ADELAIDE ARE RUBBISH

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Interesting character Mr Kelly. Spoke to him a few times when he worked @ the front runner in the city center here. Always said he was wanting to try and make it overseas again.

Guess this is his chance

ive got a song that wont take long, Adelaide are rubbish.. the second verse is same as the first.. ADELAIDE ARE RUBBISH

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Scottishbhoy wrote:
Stuart Kelly moves from Auckland City to Khon Kaen

http://www.thaileaguefootball.com/

no article, just down on the right hand side
 
 
I'm glad you like my work SB  It's always nice to have fans.
 
HN -  the article is in Thai
 
 and given the earlier correspondence, wasn't sure whether to post more or not.
 
 
 
 


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Confirmed in Thai media again today.Stuart Kelly and James Pritchett are moving to Khon Kaen from mid-April, once they're done with commitments at Auckland City.


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Stuart played his first match today for Khon Kaen, coming on as a 50th minute sub. KK lost away 3-1 to 3rd placed BEC Tero.

Unfortunately, the game was pretty much over when he got on. Khon Kaen were already 0-2 down, and then conceded from a penalty before he'd touched the ball.
 
Apart from his very first pass, Stu did fairly well, giving the team more forward impetus after they'd sat too deep in the first half. He had a couple of shots, with one beating the keeper, but going wrong side of the upright. One of his teammates scored from a freekick in the 89th minute.
 
I had a brief chat with him after the game, he flew in on Tues after the OFC final, and has been in Bangkok all week. This meant he'd barely trained with the side, and he was taking his suitcase, etc up to Khon Kaen tonight for the first time.  


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Goal highlights from BEC Tero v Khon Kaen:
 
Khon Kaen are in yellow, Kelly is #29, but doesn't really feature.
 
 
wolfman2011-05-09 01:00:33


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Is this thread like WWE's The Rock talking in the third person?

I let my guitar speak for me

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Post the article if you want Wolfy or is it not English language?

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Post the article if you want Wolfy or is it not English language?

Gee, Stu Kelly in Thailand is ancient history mate...2011

Stu is player-coach of struggling Halswell United in the Canterbury Championship league (second regional tier) these days.

Big Pete 65, Christchurch

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