Where is Dean Kiely now?
Dean Kiely, Charlton Athletic’s goalkeeper from 1999 to 2005, retired from football in 2011 after his club West Bromwich Albion decided against renewing his contract.
Kiely however remained at West Bromwich Albion and was their first team goalkeeping coach until January 2015 when Tony Pulis was appointed as manager and chose to bring in his own backroom staff.
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In February 2015 Kiely was back in football coaching when he joined Premier League side Norwich City as their goalkeeping and set-piece coach.
After spending two years with the Canaries. Kiely left the club by mutual consent in July 2017.
Kiely wasn’t out off football for long and six weeks after leaving Norwich City he joined former City manager Alex Neil at Championship side Preston North End as the club’s new goalkeeping coach.
He was on the move once again in January 2018 when he joined Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace as goalkeeper coach.
Away from football coaching Kiely has worked on various radio shows as a pundit and made his first appearance as a commentator on BBC Three Counties Radio in 2015. He has also featured on talkSPORT and Radio 5 Live.
Follow Dean Kiely on Twitter @deankiely40
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Dean Kiely: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Charlton Athletic, Portsmouth, West Bromwich Albion|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com