Ivan Kelic

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fullname = Ivan Kelic
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dateofbirth = birth date and age|1968|12|29
cityofbirth = Melbourne
countryofbirth = Australia
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currentclub = Retired
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position = Striker
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youthclubs = Melbourne Knights St Albans Saints
years = 1987-1988 1989-1993 1993-1994 1994-1997 1997-2000
clubs = St Albans Saints
Melbourne Knights
Sydney Olympic South Melbourne FC Melbourne Knights
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Ivan Kelic (born December 29, 1968 in Melbourne, Australia) was an Australian football (soccer) player who played for NSL clubs Melbourne Knights, Sydney Olympic and South Melbourne FC.

Ivan Kelic was one of the great strikers of the NSL, being one of a few players to break to 100 goal mark. In his 12 seasons in the NSL he scored 116 goals. 78 of those goals came while playing with the Melbourne Knights, making him the highest goal scorer for the Knights in the NSL.

Ivan was born at sea while migrating from Croatia to Melbourne Australia. His middle name is 'Guglielmo', named after the ship he was born on whilst migrating.


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