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    AGR got a reaction from The Scarlet Pimpernel in The ultimate blame   
    Best post I've read on here for a while. When a takeover finally goes through Mel should be banned from ever setting foot in Pride Park. I never want to see him associated with this football club again.
  2. Like
    AGR reacted to Jayram in The ultimate blame   
    How old are you - you sound like a petulant 13 year old. The ultimate blame lies with a man who took over ownership of a debt free football club full of talented players and coaching staff and proceeded to hire and fire managers at will, splash out ludicrous amounts of cash on bang average players based on advice from a recruitment team that included his stepson and go for ‘Hollywood’ managerial appointments instead of someone who had solid experience of managing at this level. 
    As for Mel running out of money believe me he’ll be ok - the £300 million plus still in his bank account should help keep the wolves from the door. On the other hand our football club is up to its eyeballs in debt because of him.
    I along with thousands of others have been putting my hand in my pocket for the best part of 40 years supporting this football club while trying to bring up a family and pay a mortgage. If I had Mel’s money I’d have spent it a damn sight more sensibly than he has so I’m not taking a lecture from the likes of you about it.
    The state Mel Morris has left this football club in is a disgrace. Not one single Derby County fan owes him anything other our contempt for the way he has wrecked our club. 

     
  3. Haha
    AGR reacted to NottsRam77 in Is this the most depressing period you’ve experienced as a Derby fan?   
    Ditto 
    living in notts I’ll never get away from it 
    literally anywhere else in the world I could detach a little from it if I needed to 
    but no … I’m stuck with it lol
  4. Sad
    AGR got a reaction from NottsRam77 in Is this the most depressing period you’ve experienced as a Derby fan?   
    Whenever you think we've hit rock bottom we manage to sink further. I really wish I wasn't addicted to Derby County and could just let it go but I can't
  5. Like
    AGR got a reaction from Derby4Me in Is this the most depressing period you’ve experienced as a Derby fan?   
    If we sell Buchanan to Forest for peanuts to help pay the bills and we are stuck with Forsyth as first choice for another season I will be seriously depressed.
  6. Like
    AGR got a reaction from RadioactiveWaste in Tom Huddlestone   
    I think the fact that he was told no matter how well he trained or performed in games he wouldn't get in the team ahead of Rooney who had to play and Bird who was in Cocu's remit to bring on, would suggest that it has come from the top. 
    Just my perception of the interview though.
  7. Like
    AGR got a reaction from CBRammette in Which player did you initially not rate but then grew to love?   
    Was just about to say the same. Think he had been on loan at Swindon and not done great. Was massively underwhelmed when we signed him and cried myself to sleep when he let him go.
  8. Like
    AGR got a reaction from Andicis in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
  9. Like
    AGR reacted to Topram in Keogh Sacked   
    Listened to talksport his agent sounded like a bamford, Simon Jordan was absolutely spot on what he said that dope Trevor Sinclair really wound me up sticking up for Keogh even sounding as if none of it was his fault and drink driving isn’t that bad, he certainly didn’t factor in it could of killed someone what they all died! Keogh is a disgrace he lost all my respect a long with plenty more.
    And what Curtis Davies did on Saturday showed what a true club captain is all about! Put his career as risk for 10 minutes to try and keep us up making sure what ever happened it couldn’t fall back on Derby as a club! A proper leader 
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    AGR reacted to Woodypecker in Keogh Sacked   
    As DCFC can exclude people from their club - which could readily happen to you and I for petty misconduct, such as (only) running onto the pitch - why can't the club ban Richard Keogh from the premises, having brought the name of Derby County into disrepute?
    BAN KEOGH FROM PPS.
    His behaviour was irresponsible, negligent, and endangered others by not imposing the club 'curfew' and ensuring chauffeured transport home upon all attendees of the 'bonding' event.
    It was crucially incumbent upon The Captain to  deploy a few simple words:' Boys' give me your car keys. Transport is here, Drink up and go, now! NO driving!"
    Ban him from the stadium; he wrecked the club's reputation, pulled the rug from under the manager, and lost the respect of the fanbase.
    Fans' petition! Let him know how fans feel.
     
  11. Like
    AGR got a reaction from MuespachRam in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
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    AGR got a reaction from ariotofmyown in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
  13. Clap
    AGR got a reaction from angieram in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
  14. Clap
    AGR got a reaction from LittleEatonRam in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
  15. Like
    AGR got a reaction from DCFC1388 in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
  16. Like
    AGR got a reaction from Steve How Hard? in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
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    AGR got a reaction from Reggie Greenwood in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
  18. Cheers
    AGR got a reaction from Donnyram in Which player did you initially not rate but then grew to love?   
    Was just about to say the same. Think he had been on loan at Swindon and not done great. Was massively underwhelmed when we signed him and cried myself to sleep when he let him go.
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    AGR got a reaction from YouRams in Keogh Sacked   
    What happened to the other two is irrelevant in my eyes (but clearly not in the eyes of the tribunal) - They were fined by the club and punished accordingly in the courts. It still doesn't sit well with me that they played away at Barnsley two games later but I've got over it.
    Keogh was offered a taxi paid for by Derby County
    Refused and got a lift in his mates car knowing he was drunk
    Didn't wear a seatbelt
    Crashed and got injured
    Was unable to carry out the works in his contract
    Was very kindly offered £5k a week to sit at home and recover and rehabilitate with the club
    Refused and was sacked. (Rightly in my eyes)
    The fact that he has sued the club that paid him so handsomely for 8 years, in the middle of a pandemic sums the bloke up.
    I'd have like to have thought that Mel and Pearce did the due diligence before sacking him but we already know they are incapable of running a football club.
    What angers me so much about this is Keogh's lack of remorse and that he doesn't see that he was in the wrong at all. His thick as pig muck agent said as much on Talksport at the time and his wife changed her instagram bio to "married to a professional scapegoat". He got offered £5k a week to rehabilitate for free with the club which was brought about because of poor decisions he made whilst drunk on a team bonding night for heavens sake!!
    If I was Mel I would send an Eddie Stobart round to Keogh's filled with 1ps and 2ps to pay him.
    I cannot wait to for Huddersfield at home (and away if possible) next season to give Captain Calamity the reception he deserves.
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    AGR reacted to Donnyram in Which player did you initially not rate but then grew to love?   
    Sorry, but has to be said.......Chris Martin.  I honestly thought he was a bit of a donkey when he first joined on loan.  The rest is history as he was a key part of some of the best football I’ve seen from a Derby team since the Jim Smith era.
  21. Haha
    AGR got a reaction from Carl Sagan in What will our punishment be?   
    We have to renew Waghorn and Wisdom’s contracts 
  22. Haha
    AGR got a reaction from Jourdan in What will our punishment be?   
    We have to renew Waghorn and Wisdom’s contracts 
  23. COYR
    AGR got a reaction from Spanish in What will our punishment be?   
    We have to renew Waghorn and Wisdom’s contracts 
  24. Like
    AGR reacted to CocuBarmyArmy in Keogh Sacked   
    Curtis Davies: Plays with a serious injury against medical advice to keep us in the Champ.
    Richard Keogh: Goes on a team bonding night out, has way too much to drink to the point he has no idea what's going on, gets injured. Rejects the clubs reduced offer and sues for 2.3 million.
    Two polar opposites. 
    Give him the reception he deserves at Pride Park next season.
  25. Like
    AGR got a reaction from Rammy03 in EFL appeal   
    I'm pretty sure I read somewhere over the weekend that the latest date a points deduction can be imposed on the 2020/21 season was sometime in March - or have I imagined that?
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