Jump to content

Darren Kelly


Steve Lanzarote

Recommended Posts

  • Replies 266
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

Seems his Uncle was killed on Bloody Sunday, which is very sad. He called Martin Mcguinnes a legend on Twitter, he says, for his part in the peace process and signing a photo for his Mum. He says he

The lad made a comment years ago, he has explained the comment. He is not an IRA supporter, he is a football coach and by all accounts a highly qualified one, he has been given the opportunity to turn

Martin McGuinnes, you tweeted the photo of you with my mum that she's been going on about all week #legend Martin McGuinnes, you tweeted the photo of you with my mum that she's been going on about al

Posted Images

Well it's adisgrace if he doesn't want to distance himself from idolising the commander of a terrorist organisation that conducted an indiscriminate bombing campaign against UK citizens. Killing thousands not for the vote, but to have control over the majority. McGuiness would have had no qualms about putting a bomb in the Skircoat. I will have paid £thousands over the years for the costs of the Ni hell hole, I will not volunteer further to pay the wages of McGuiness fanboy 

He has, perhaps inadvertently, got himself into a position that is very difficult to explain his way out of without offending one side or another of a very sensitive area - regardless of what may be right or wrong.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Jesus wept. It's times like this that i wishy mother had kept her legs crossed a little longer and made it to Huddersfield Royal and my birth certificate would have saved me from all of this.

Hey now. There's a line, and you've crossed it.

Link to post
Share on other sites

just read the courier interview, bit confused by it really he seems to think if plan A isn't working you have to use plan B and failing that plan C! Jesus!

What's wrong  with a plan A B & C shows forward planning B) Also think you may be advised to keep religion out of this matter :o

Link to post
Share on other sites

Adams and McGuiness new exactly what they were doing reference the peace agreement, once the Americans stated that they would sort out any terrorist organisation they new that funding would dry up from the states , not fully mind, but would reduce.they new that as  political speakers Downing Street would listen and so it began.  Both these total peices of **** have made a good living out of it all being terrorists haven't they, and yet, Kellys mother wants a picture of him and he calls him a legend.  You can say your not a supporter but deep down I I bet he still has his loyalty  to the republicans.  its still there the hatred to the British and the forces you have only to look at the banners and poppy burning at Celtic. Sorry not for me this appointment, disappointed with the BOD as I am sure we could of appointed someone else.  GSTQ

Link to post
Share on other sites

...deep down I I bet he still has his loyalty to the republicans.

That's solid and objective enough for me. Turf Moor here I come. I can't wait for someone involved at the club to make some ambiguous remark about immigration, foreigners, southerners or teachers or something so I can use it as an excuse to regale all of you whom I have never met with my life story. Come on Shaymen.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Having read this article I think he is living in cloud cuckoo land. When has Halifax Town ever been a big club?

I will be surprised if the players are able to do extra training if they have other jobs and a family life. I seem to think Aspin tried something similar but wasn't able to bring all the players together at additional sessions.

From what I have seen we are certainly not in a false position. He must have been watching different home games to me never mind the away performances.

Good luck with improving the performances of the present players who apart from one performance against Gateshead have been nowhere near good enough. It won't be long before he is looking to bring new players in.

Sorry to go off topic from the IRA!

Link to post
Share on other sites

Having read this article I think he is living in cloud cuckoo land. When has Halifax Town ever been a big club?

I will be surprised if the players are able to do extra training if they have other jobs and a family life. I seem to think Aspin tried something similar but wasn't able to bring all the players together at additional sessions.

From what I have seen we are certainly not in a false position. He must have been watching different home games to me never mind the away performances.

Good luck with improving the performances of the present players who apart from one performance against Gateshead have been nowhere near good enough. It won't be long before he is looking to bring new players in.

Sorry to go off topic from the IRA!

At least he's trying to be positive.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Did you see the election result ? Do you know SNP policy and ideology ?

They voted SNP in because they are fed up all the cuts the austerity measures the disgraceful treatment of the public sector and NHS.

They didn't vote Labour because they weren't an alternative either, they were pretty much Red Tories and have been since Blair.

Labour under Corbyn is fantastic, full fat Socialism, which is what the Scots want. The SNP was the nearest thing to that at that moment.

I do not think Corbyn is that extreme, he is only suggesting policies that many other countries have.  Many European countries have an nationalised train system, even Singapore which is one of the most successful economies in the world has an nationalised train company.  Germany has student grants instead of loans.  Anyhow I thought this site was supposed to be about football not politics.

Link to post
Share on other sites

I've liked reading that interview and watching the one on Shaymen Player. He's coming in with positivity and trying to create a buzz from the off, maybe unrealistic to think we can go for the playoffs and go for promotion after promotion but maybe Aspo had become too realistic in saying there were no easy games and top half is good etc, I like the ambition being show by Kelly. It shows maybe Aspo had taken us as far as he could, he has taken us a very long way though but Kelly is new to the club and certainly thinks he can take us further. He says he's big on man management aswell which is good to hear, different managers have different strengths, I said we needed to replace Aspo with someone who can bring the best out of players even if they are average, I think where Aspo was good in the transfer market Kelly will make up by being better at working with the players. I'm buying into his positivity already and it's time for us to do our part in creating a buzz around the club starting tomorrow by getting behind the team and new management. C'mon Shaymen!

Link to post
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.


×
×
  • Create New...