02nd May2013

Andy Hughes Interview – It was an honour to play for Leeds

by Right In The Gary Kelly's

When we decided to do one final interview for this season it was unanimous amongst the Right in the Gary Kelly’s team who we all wanted.

We’ve already interviewed some of Leeds United’s greats this year, Michael Bridges, newly appointed club ambassador Dom Matteo, promotion winning captain and current under 18s manager Richard Naylor,  Danny Mills and David Haigh and Salem Patel 24 Hours after the takeover of the club.  But one player in recent seasons embodies the classic `fan on the pitch’ ethos no better than Andy Hughes.

Possibly Dennis Wise’s best signing of all Andy Hughes joined us when we were -15 at the bottom of league one from recently relegated to the championship Norwich City. It was clear Mr Hughes liked a challenge.

This is a man who knows what its’ like to be a Leeds United fan. The man who gave it his all for the white shirt. The man who was part of that famous day at Old Trafford, the man who when the final whistle went at Elland Road of the final day of League one in 2010 instead of running off the pitch when the fans invaded the pitch ran towards the Kop to embrace the celebrations of finally getting promoted to the Championship. Step forward Andy Hughes.

In what has to be the most frank and honest assessment from any player we have interviewed Hughes tells us what it meant to him playing for Leeds United… enjoy!

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02nd Oct2011


by Right In The Gary Kelly's

Leeds United triumphed to a one-nil victory over Portsmouth at Elland Road yesterday. The most pleasing aspect of this result was that elusive clean sheet Grayson has been demanding from his squad…


14th Aug2011


by Right In The Gary Kelly's

Battling nine-man Leeds United fell to a one-nil defeat to Middlesbrough on saturday. RITGK reporter Jimmy Neal shares us his thoughts on the result, And the general feeling around the club at the moment..


20th Jan2011

Que Sera, Sera Whatever Will Be, Will Be

by Right In The Gary Kelly's

After 180 minutes of an energetic F.A Cup tie Mike Dean blew the final whistle to what was  just one of those special nights at Elland Road. As the players left the pitch all of the 35,000 Leeds fans rang out our chorus of “we are Leeds and we are proud of it” and proud we should be.