koyo
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Birthday:
May 6, 1938 (Age: 79)
Location:
glasgow
Occupation:
aikido instructor

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koyo

Passed away, but always remembered. RIP., 79, from glasgow

koyo was last seen:
Feb 10, 2011
    1. lorrainemccoll
      lorrainemccoll
      Ur Anaite, this is Sensei Coyle's daughter here. Thank you for ur kind words, Koyo ead a unique n inspirational gentleman and ur words areuch appreciated.

      Thank you
    2. Ur Anaite
      Ur Anaite
      Just popped by to look for your posts and found this. I wasn't lucky enough to meet you, you are a true champion.
    3. ZORA
      ZORA
      Missing B a lot , nice to see he is still in so many hearts . The club is still training thanks to Chris & Gerry
    4. Simon
      Simon
      Just rummaging through the MAP archives and found one of your posts.
      As usual it made me stop and think.
      Koyo, still having an effect. RIP Sensei Coyle.
    5. warriorofanart
      warriorofanart
      I came to pay my respects as I thought of you when I read "You Are All Going To Die" Thread. The passing of someone so dearly loved and respected by so many leaves a emptiness in one's heart. Your words have inspired, and your down to earth wisdom has left a deep impression. Thank you.
    6. raydvd
      raydvd
      I just found out about the sad passing of Mr Coyle, he was an inspiration to me, RIP.
      My thoughts are with Sensei, his family & Friends.
    7. KOKORO KAI
      KOKORO KAI
      I still cannot get over the passing of Bill. Rest In Peace . Forever your friend, Tommo
    8. lorrainemccoll
      lorrainemccoll
      Hi dad it's lainybird here, just needed to let u know that u left 2 soon and we all miss you so so much that the ache is hardly bareable and for all our own selfish reason we wish u where here. Please stay close, i love you dad x

      Lainybird.
    9. Mr Punch
      Mr Punch
      I was really looking forward to meeting you and training with you. RIP.
    10. Kogusoku
      Kogusoku
      Go easy my friend. RIP
    11. embra
      embra
      RIP buddy.
    12. Alansmurf
      Alansmurf
      Go N'eirigh an bothar leat a chairde

      Smurf
    13. Blade96
      Blade96
      I will always miss you my friend. R.I.P. Thank you for everything. The saying "Don't cry because its over, smile because it happened' applies here.
    14. ScottUK
      ScottUK
      Rest in peace, dude.
    15. slipthejab
      slipthejab
      Koyo - just was realizing we'd not had a good dose of your down to earth, matter of fact posts as of late. All things considered it's understandable that you haven't been on MAP much... but just wanted to put it out there that you are missed here and we all look forward to your return. Hope all goes great for you in 2011 my brother! :)

      Slip
    16. Timmy Boy
      Timmy Boy
      Hi Koyo, how's it going?

      I've read quite a few of your posts now and your school sounds like a great place to train, although I'm a bit far away here in Essex, so I was just wondering, is your club part of an organisation with other branches I could check out?

      - Tim
    17. Alansmurf
      Alansmurf
    18. Kuma
      Kuma
      That's unfortunate. I would enjoy being able to train with you. Perhaps someday when the wife and I visit Scotland for me to try my hand at the Inver Stone.
    19. koyo
      koyo
      Hi Kuma

      sadly no. I have stated too many times at national meatings that politics and the lack of atemi and hard training in many associations is weakening aikido.

      So the result has been that "I have a fighting mind."

      So now I simly teach a number of students who have been with me for aroung fifteen years. Even when they attend seminars few will train with them

      regards koyo
    20. Kuma
      Kuma
      Do you ever teach seminars in the States?
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    Birthday:
    May 6, 1938 (Age: 79)
    Location:
    glasgow
    Occupation:
    aikido instructor
    Martial Arts Style:
    traditional aikido
    Gender:
    Male
    Martial Art Studied:
    forty plus years uninterupted training under many shihan mainly chiba and saito

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