As a fan of Chelsea, Liam Kelly has always been fond of Frank Lampard, but his most inspirational examples are Chavi and Andres Iniesta. The acquisition of Feyenoord makes a comparison in the Where Telegraph with the icons FC Barcelona.
"In my opinion, they are the two best midfielders in the world for the past ten to ninety years. Their top-notch game showed me that there is also a place for small guests at the top of the football," says 1 Kelley's 63-meter, which was one of the smallest during his career. "I had to learn how to deal with it, and this, of course, was a problem."
"But there are also advantages to being small," continues the Irish Irish people. "One of the most important things is that I learned to think faster and use my brain. I can not do it with power, so I have to make sure I'm one step ahead, being smarter and technically better."
Kelly believes that his way of playing well fits into Feyenoord and Eredivisi. "I'm a midfielder who wants to have as much as possible and wants to help the team build from the back. My bipolar helps, which makes me more unpredictable in my pursuit."