Kelly, who won a host of medals during his City career, goes for an attack minded 4-3-3 system, so here's his best 11 players he played with during his Brandywell career and the reasons why....
1. Eddie McCallion
Eddie McCallion (Right-Back): Steady Eddie as he was called. An outstanding defender and professional. Eddie was as fit as a fiddle and he was up and down all day. He was also a player you could rely on 100 per cent.
2. Sean Hargan
Sean Hargan (Left-Back): Mr Reliable was Hargy and a player if you wanted someone in the trenches with you he was your man. Hargy could play left back, left wing or up top, was quick, could score and had a long throw. Along with this he scored some massively important goals for the club over the years.
3. Peter Hutton
Peter Hutton (Centre-Back): Captain marvel. I could have put Pizza centre midfield or centre back, as he was that influential in both positions. Pizza had pace, could read a game, could tackle and was a fantastic organiser at the back. Pizza just let me go attack the ball and he swept up if need be and there was no one better to do that. I dont actually think I seen anyone go past Pizza that is how good he was as a defender.
4. Clive Delaney
Clive Delaney (Centre-Back): Clive was a fantastic defender. Absolute man mountain, brilliant in the air, good on the ground for a big man and loved a wrapping crunching tackle. Him and Pizza are a cracking partnership and anytime I played with Clive we dominated strikers easily.