English football player, Ken Shellito, Died at 78

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Kenneth John Shellito was born on April 18, 1940, and died on October 31, 2018.

He was an English footballer and manager.

Ken Shellito worked in a training job for the Asian Football Confederation situated in Kuala Lumpur before going through his later time on earth in Inanam of Sabah as a lasting occupant.

Shellito spent his whole playing vocation at Chelsea, marking for the club from Chelsea Juniors at 17 years old and making his expert introduction two years after the fact against Nottingham Forest.

Shellito included in Tommy Docherty’s re-fabricated Chelsea side of the mid-1960s as an assaulting full-back, helping the club win advancement from the Second Division in 1962– 63.

Be that as it may, as the side began to test for distinctions Shellito endured genuine knee damage and notwithstanding a few endeavored rebounds, was compelled to resign rashly.

Amid late 2018, he was hospitalized at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kota Kinabalu because of lung contamination and kidney confusions.

Afterward, Shellito released on 30 October before passing on adjacent to his family in his living arrangement at Kampung Minintod, Inanam on October 31, 2018

Ken Shellito passed away at 78 years old.

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