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Fans demand for Hartlepool to delete ’embarrassing’ National League tweet

Fans demand for Hartlepool United to delete an ’embarrassing’ tweet as they prepare for they back in the National League.

They started Tuesday morning by publishing a post, with a video reminding their fans of what happened the last time they played in the top tier of non league.

While some found no issue with it and responded with their own memories, others thought it was a really strange thing to post, fans saying Hartlepool were ‘tone death’ and that they should ‘read the room’.

Hartlepool wrote: “Our fate is sealed. We push on together. We want to know some of your favourite moments from our last time in the @TheVanaramaNL as we look to recreate that success ⏮️

“We start with a crucial goal at Solihull Moors 🙌

As mentioned, fans demand for Hartlepool to delete their ’embarrassing’ National League tweet…

@footydevotion: Please only tweet to announce new signings, contract extensions or the club being sold.

@mickhartlepool: How embarrassing Pools what a tweet

@mickhartlepool: Walking out of Ashton Gate thinking thank god we’ll never have to return to that god forsaken League again, but then 24 months later wallop

@joshmceneaney: When Conor Newton came on at left back against Dagenham in the 89th minute at 1-0 up, cost us two goals and we lost 2-1

@HUFC_Charlie: How about player updates or takeover news or anything but let’s post national league clips that meant nothing

@benhope1997: Nor this is depressing man

@TheFritt3r: Massively out of touch these tweets from the club. As a fan base we are not looking forward to the season to come this will not generate season tickets sales.

@wanchop33: When we made staff redundant in the middle of a pandemic and refused to pay them

@Michaelallen_99: Honestly just close the Twitter account down. It’s sometimes better to simply just not tweet anything at all

@durhamcaddy: This stuff just makes me think I’m correct in not going again and keeping my money in my pocket horrific stuff.

@anthonystevenh7: Wow why would any fan want to say there favourite moment from the hell hole we are again back in! Thanks raj, Says it all about this club sign some players man! Rinse and repeat again here we go literally nothing positive at all right now

@NickkKennedy: Is this tweet for real? Talk about not understanding how your supporters are feeling. I have very few fond memories of the National League apart from escaping it, but at least we had a half decent media department for the first few years.

@northeastste: Whilst I understand your intentions for doing this, please read the room, this is the wrong time and the wrong situation to be doing such stuff. Please stop and delete these tweets and videos.

@Davidjrj123: Is this real?

@adampinder0711: Can’t believe what I’m seeing 😂😂😂

@PaulMcSweenie: We need something positive, not a reminder. We need to look forward!

@JM1908__: Jesus Christ man going to be a long summer this.

@k7vin11: Success? Can’t we just have a social media black out for a month, no need for this rubbish.

@PAJ1982: Yet again tone death. We shouldn’t be playing at this level again. We are due to negligence and mismanagement from those running the club. One favourite moment; Bristol when we got out of it. A winner at Solihull in a season that didn’t even finish really whets the appetite…..

@danielhufc: Sign footballers like everyone else is

@12BBYTHESEASIDE: There wasn’t any.

@GavinShawcross: The absolute toxicity in the ground virtually every week getting beat off the likes of Guiseley and Dover. Disgrace we are back there. We should be going all out to correct the unforgivable mistakes the club has over 18 months

@RossMcbeath92: Defiantly selling season tickets with this post. Clubs a shambles

@PAJ1982: This is still up? Recreate our ‘success’. Sweet Jesus.


Good afternoon, all – I think we can all agree it was a difficult and heartbreaking end to the season and the time off over the last few weeks has given us a chance to pick ourselves up, reflect and continue the hard work as we prepare for the National League.

I wanted to assure fans that myself, Darren Kelly and all the team are working hard to put plans together to have a strong 23/24 campaign. It’s early days but plenty of conversations are ongoing and we are doing our utmost to assure the right players come to this football club.

We are continuously talking to those players who are now out of contract. It’s all about finding the best deal that is both beneficial to the player and the club.

I’d like to take this moment to thank those who are now moving on for all their efforts during my reign and we wish them every success for the future.

We now know what our league will look like. It’s a tough division but one we want to be challenged in. We know we have the backing of the town and the community, it’s now our job to start the season strong and give them something to shout about.

A strong pre-season is key and we are lining up fixtures and programmes that will give our players the best start. We want any player that puts on that blue and white shirt to have the right mindset and give everything for the badge. We won’t just sign anybody, we take a lot of time looking into each player and seeing how they can add to this squad.

I once again want to thank you all for your continuous support. That last game at Stockport was something remarkable. You gave the team plaudits that probably they don’t deserve but it just shows the commitment and love you have for Hartlepool United.

See you all very soon.


Hartlepool United are deeply saddened and disappointed with the confirmation of relegation from the English Football League to the National League.

As a collective, the Club will be doing everything within its power to work towards reinstating our position back to the EFL.

The Club would like to reassure and provide clarity to the fans on some key points initially.

John Askey will continue to be backed ahead of next season. Their work has already commenced on the recruitment side and funds have been made available. The management team will have the full support of the board and the staff within the Club to ensure this is a smooth and successful process.

The Club will be working with Andy Lowe for the continuation of the Academy and will strive towards improvements in this regard.

The commercial and operational work that was planned for this close season will continue to go ahead. Fans will be kept up to date with clear communication during the summer on these improvements which follow on from feedback around ticketing, hospitality and matchday experience.

We’d like to thank our loyal Hartlepool United fans for their continuous support which has been incredible this season and we hope to see as many of you back next season. We are all fully committed to bringing back the success of this football club, together united.

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