Darren Kelly

Darren Kelly

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Darren Kelly (born 30 June 1979) is a Northern Irish footballer who plays for Garforth Town as a defender.

He began his career at home-town club Derry City and made nearly 150 league appearances for the team before moving to English Football League side Carlisle United, following financial difficulties at Derry. He spent two seasons with the club, which included an appearance in a Football League Trophy Final, after which he was released and returned to Northern Ireland with Portadown. He captained the side and eventually left after his contract expired in 2006, when he rejoined Derry for a second spell. He featured for the side in the UEFA Cup and UEFA Champions League and attracted the attention of several Scottish Premier League clubs, before eventually joining York City in the Conference National in 2007. After leaving York in 2009 he rejoined Portadown, who released him in 2011. He is now currently coaching for York City in the Community.

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Kelly was born in Derry, County Londonderry, and grew up close to Derry City's ground, the Brandywell Stadium. Having played with Trojans in the Derry and District League as a youth, he progressed through the Derry City youth system and made his first team debut at home to Sligo Rovers on 18 February 1996.Newspaper reports in October 2001 claimed Kelly had joined Third Division...
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