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  1. Fulham vs Derby County match day thread

    It isn't great to watch and I will never be a fan of letting the opposition have the ball, but I maintain this team is a longer term project that will have to evolve. Picking up points like this on the road at least provides a platform on which we can build.
  2. Fulham vs Derby County match day thread

    Good point surely?
  3. Fulham vs Derby County match day thread

    The good thing is, we don't concede many late goals
  4. Fulham vs Derby County match day thread

    Oh. Hope that didn't tempt fate 😩
  5. Fulham vs Derby County match day thread

    I'd take a boring 0-0
  6. v Fulham (A) - Predictions

    Fulham 2 Derby 0
  7. Radio Derby Sportscene

    I grew up listening to Richards, Hall and Gibson and remember moaning about their general negativity just as much as I moan about Dawes and Ramage. I was too young during the glory years of the club, so Richards might have been the fantastic commentator people wax lyrical about then, but while he had his moments during my youth I increasingly found him irritating as I got older. It might be of course that there is a correlation between my tolerance of commentators and the general success or otherwise of DCFC on the pitch... maybe I just don't like the truth
  8. Zak Brunt - Academy kid

    Out of interest, and slightly off topic, but what about the plans for the academy makes them 'somewhat over ambitious'?
  9. Just don't get it!

    Ramage was at it straight after the match on Saturday. In footballing parlance, I think he needs a rest (i.e. get shot of him for a few weeks and lets have a different voice for a bit). RD presenters are a bit like certain posters on here; once they get an idea in their head they can't let it go. Ramage is now the king of the conspiracy theory.
  10. Derby County V Reading

    Very poor yesterday is an understatement. Midfield being too deep and too far from strikers seems an ongoing issue. The strikers need support whether or not its when we are attacking or trying to defend from the front. I like Huddlestone, but not sure you can play a midfield two if one of them isn't going to venture over the halfway line. Changed that a bit in the second half and it was marginally better. We were building a modicum of momentum until they scored their third (which was also skillfully negated by the constant time-wasting and falling over of their players... a bit of a whinge 'cos I'm not sure it affected the result, but as others have mentioned the ref managed the game appallingly). Wingers had a poor game. I see that Lawrence is being set up as the new villain of the peice by some. Don't think that's fair; things just aren't coming off for him, but I think he has talent... although his deadball delivery was the worst I've seen from him so far. Forsyth had an absolute 'mare. I seem to be in a minority, but really can't see why he is considered first choice left back (is Ollson injured?). If GR doesn't rate Ollson and Lowe is always injured, then I think that is an area to look at in January. No manager can legislate for an experienced centre half blindly knocking it square without looking, but waiting until 60+ minutes to make a change was a bit odd. I'm not interested in the second guessing, hindsight viewing, conspiracy theorising over Vydra's omission. I was reasonably happy with Nuge, Winnall starting and Martin coming on. You can moan all you want about why a so-called injured player is on the bench, but there are degrees of injury as everybody knows and it isn't that unusual to have somebody not fully fit there who you can risk at a push but not start with. GR obviously didn't think it was worth risking him at 3-0 down. All in all, a very bad day at the office.
  11. Zak Brunt - Academy kid

    Some of the comments on this thread smack of somebody who just likes having a mild pop at the club without really any substance behind it, somebody who if there is a negative side of the story wants to assume that the baddie in all this is the club and the owner because it fits in with their own personal narrative of the club and its hierarchy, somebody who will stick to that narrative in the face of any and all sensible and balanced comments to the contrary... but, considering that only one side of the story is being told here then how can any conclusions be drawn as to whether the club is being unreasonable in its behaviour or not? Why assume the worst about the club? Why look for problems, issues and sinister motives when probably none exist? Is it morally wrong to abide by the rules and contracts? Unlikely. Particularly if the player involved is breaking this contract by going to the press, breaking his contract by angling for a move, being a disruptive influence and so on and so forth. FWIW, we also only have the player's word for it that the club are holding out for the money because the club hasn't commented. All this is a non-story about a disgruntled 'employee' (I know at that age is probably isn't truely an employee, but you know I mean) which if it wasn't related to football wouldn't get a mention.
  12. Retro Shirts

    If tthey are doing this, they really need to bring back the black and grey barcode kit. That was a marvel. Still have mine somewhere.
  13. v Reading (H) - Predictions

    Derby 4 Reading 2 frgs Winnall
  14. v Leeds (A) - Predictions

    Leeds 2 Derby 1 frgs Nugent
  15. Norwich City V Derby County


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