We catch up with new signing Danny Frost to find out more about him
First of all tell us a little bit about yourself, where you’re from, work etc.
Barnsley boy rough and ready! I work in construction and also run my own football academy called Mini Mainers. I’m very proud of the project which runs with my local club Wombwell Main, we have developed over 100 kids up to present which have filtered into our Wombwell main junior football teams.
What clubs have you played for in the past?
Not many …
Shaw lane Aquaforce
Bradford park avenue
All been clubs with great people.
What’s been what you’d describe as your best moment in football?
Personally the best football feeling and the most heartbreaking all happened in one game: the play off final Ossett Town v Farsley Celtic.
We were 1-0 down with 20 mins to go, I scored 2 goals and my 2nd goal with about 2 mins to go. That moment running into the supporters and getting drenched in Stella was the best ever, and & having my dad And son hugging and kissing me was the best. It went from that to the last 30 seconds, in which Farsley scored and went on to win in extra time. It was a crazy day.
What position do you play and have you always played in that position?
Centre forward Now but i’ve also played the wing and centre mid. I also like to play no10.
How would you describe your style of football?
Always hard working & direct.
What made you decide to sign for Selby Town?
Ralph has always been in contact with me for many years, and basically all the clubs I have been at have always been ambitious, and this club is definitely going places, it says it all when you are getting 400 fans coming to home games and hopefully that will keep rising.
Have you played with any of the lads before?
Yes i’ve played with Casey Stewart top top lad and great player. I spoke to Casey before I signed. They’re all a great set of lads in dressing room and I’m guessing a few characters, that’s what you need in a dressing room to be successful.
What are your hopes for the season ahead?
I’ve been and watched the lads, and the dressing room is class already so should be no reason why promotion and going for the title can’t happen.
How important are the supporters when it comes to what you and the team do on the pitch?
The supporters are the club without them the club doesn’t run. Also they can be the 12th man And with the amount of Selby fans there are they can get the place rocking which will spur the lads on even more. There’s nothing better than playing infront of a big crowd.