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Ewe Ram

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    Ewe Ram reacted to Paul71 in Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks   
    Little willies??
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    Ewe Ram reacted to sage in Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks   
    I have a theory about that kind of person.
     
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    Ewe Ram reacted to Chester40 in Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks   
    Expensive, very dangerous, anti social, bad example to set and generally pretty rubbish....
    I think (rather like the smoking ban in pubs) there would be a bit of moaning if the sale of fireworks to the public were banned, but quickly we would accept it was mental it was allowed in the first place.
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    Ewe Ram reacted to mozza in Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks   
    Ban all fireworks being sold to the general public, all pet/dog lovers will agree.
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    Ewe Ram reacted to TimRam in Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks   
    Go to a proper display. Should be no need for back garden fireworks. Specially the idiots that let them off at midnight either days before or after bonfire night.
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    Ewe Ram reacted to DarkFruitsRam7 in Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks   
    Regardless of the moral issues associated with fireworks, I just find them really boring and utterly pointless.
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    Ewe Ram reacted to maxjam in Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks   
    I've become less tolerant to fireworks as I've got older, especially in residential areas - my dog hates them and I highly doubt my chickens enjoy them either!
    It wouldn't be so bad if it was just Nov 5th and Dec 31st but kids set them off over houses and down streets weeks before and weeks after. 
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    Ewe Ram reacted to McRamFan in Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks   
    Good news, more should follow suit.  Personally, ban the public from buying at all, should be restricted to professionals only, and no where near a house.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50094658
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from sage in Belper Town   
    We don’t gatecrash. We are Belper people and go watch Belper when Derby are away. 
    One of the great things about Belper is how absolutely welcome you feel when you go, as a familiar face or an occasional visitor, you are appreciated and greeted with immense hospitality. They work really hard to keep the club going in that vein, they’re great people and not at all like that. 
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    Ewe Ram reacted to Pearl Ram in Two Directors step down   
    Best bloody badge/crest in the league that bar none.
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from cool_as_custard in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    Now the stadium is in other hands can anything more creative be done with the catering on match days? For anyone who wants to drink coffee you can’t get into The Yard and the concourse coffee is vile. Why can’t you buy something simple like a cheese and onion cob, prepared in advance, served in a second? Why are the servers so slow and seemingly under trained leading to bigger queues? (Hope that falls under one question!) 
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    Ewe Ram reacted to nottingram in Is our support really that bad?   
    Numbers alone you would struggle to find better in the country in terms of size of club and recent success.
    However, I am of the opinion that a proportion of those who go to games are responsible for creating an atmosphere that I often find uncomfortable. The Saturday just gone it was the worst it’s been for a while, for a few reasons.
    There was booing as we passed backwards. I saw it more as keeping possession and trying to draw out a side who even at 1-0 down were happy to sit deep.
    There were sarcastic cheers whenever Roos caught the ball. I would honestly question the intelligence of every single person doing that. Must be brain dead beyond belief to think it helps, and quite simply it just isn’t very pleasant. On a similar note, I can remember one instance where Roos received a slightly iffy back pass, took a touch and then pinged a 50 yard inch perfect ball to (I think) Bogle to start a counter attack. It was greeted with jeers presumably because he was being pressed. Don’t get it.
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    Ewe Ram reacted to Mostyn6 in Is our support really that bad?   
    Is this statement your real opinion? Seriously? The last 5 years have been the best group of 5 seasons in my life time for entertainment and competitive football.
    2014 - play-off final - best football this century 2015 - top for most of the season, fell out of play-offs due to injuries at end 2016 - top at Boxing Day - play off Semis under Wassall 2017 - how many managers? bound to fail - flirted with play-offs, unable to sustain after crap start 2018 - play off semi 2019 - play off final You pick any other group of 5-6 seasons in the last 50yrs and it will be nothing like as entertaining and competitive as the group of seasons above.
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    Ewe Ram reacted to jimbobram in Is our support really that bad?   
    IMO it is getting increasing worse in terms of moaning. Saturday for example, completely getting on the teams back for keeping possession and knocking it around. If you ask any of the top coaches, top players, possession is key. I would much rather have possession of the ball (bearing in mind we are winning) than not have it. The moaning, especially noticable in the West stand at times was a joke. Football is not the end to end game it used to be back when grandad was in the ossie end. 
    All that happens when cries of 'Forward...Get it up' is it makes the players and the rest of the crowd incredibly anxious. That's not support and it actually creates a divide in the supporters. Fans moaning at each other for getting on the players backs. 
    Obviously our players are not the quality of City, Inter, Barca Liverpool etc...but if you look at the way they play, they start out from the back and wait until opportunity arises. 
    Cocu and the players obviously work on this. This is the style they want to play and i'm all for it. 
    Just because we turn up in numbers doesn't mean we have a great support base
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from Squid in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    Now the stadium is in other hands can anything more creative be done with the catering on match days? For anyone who wants to drink coffee you can’t get into The Yard and the concourse coffee is vile. Why can’t you buy something simple like a cheese and onion cob, prepared in advance, served in a second? Why are the servers so slow and seemingly under trained leading to bigger queues? (Hope that falls under one question!) 
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from Smyth_18 in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    Now the stadium is in other hands can anything more creative be done with the catering on match days? For anyone who wants to drink coffee you can’t get into The Yard and the concourse coffee is vile. Why can’t you buy something simple like a cheese and onion cob, prepared in advance, served in a second? Why are the servers so slow and seemingly under trained leading to bigger queues? (Hope that falls under one question!) 
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from Roboram in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    Now the stadium is in other hands can anything more creative be done with the catering on match days? For anyone who wants to drink coffee you can’t get into The Yard and the concourse coffee is vile. Why can’t you buy something simple like a cheese and onion cob, prepared in advance, served in a second? Why are the servers so slow and seemingly under trained leading to bigger queues? (Hope that falls under one question!) 
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from DarkFruitsRam7 in Belper Town   
    I understand that but they’re happy for any support, the money really is needed. 
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from ram1964 in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    Now the stadium is in other hands can anything more creative be done with the catering on match days? For anyone who wants to drink coffee you can’t get into The Yard and the concourse coffee is vile. Why can’t you buy something simple like a cheese and onion cob, prepared in advance, served in a second? Why are the servers so slow and seemingly under trained leading to bigger queues? (Hope that falls under one question!) 
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from reverendo de duivel in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    Now the stadium is in other hands can anything more creative be done with the catering on match days? For anyone who wants to drink coffee you can’t get into The Yard and the concourse coffee is vile. Why can’t you buy something simple like a cheese and onion cob, prepared in advance, served in a second? Why are the servers so slow and seemingly under trained leading to bigger queues? (Hope that falls under one question!) 
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    Ewe Ram got a reaction from RoyMac5 in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    Now the stadium is in other hands can anything more creative be done with the catering on match days? For anyone who wants to drink coffee you can’t get into The Yard and the concourse coffee is vile. Why can’t you buy something simple like a cheese and onion cob, prepared in advance, served in a second? Why are the servers so slow and seemingly under trained leading to bigger queues? (Hope that falls under one question!) 
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    Ewe Ram reacted to Inverurie Ram in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    Have RamsTV @OwenB87considered having a guest dcfc fan on The Derby County Show now and again?
    I realise there is fan feedback in the social media that Owen reads out or that comes on the screen, but I would imagine a lot of fans would love the opportunity to be on the show, especially posters on here, the bloggers, the vloggers and those that watch RamsTV etc. Competitions in match day programme, social media etc to win a place on the programme.
    Or a Rams Flag of the week feature?
     

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    Ewe Ram reacted to Inverurie Ram in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    With Derby County having a number of famous fans including the pop industry in Niall Horan (One Direction) and in the film industry in Jack O'Connell etc.
    Has there been any opportunities in the past or any possibilities in the pipeline of anyone famous wanting to produce a new song or work together artistically for the club to help raise the club's profile by creating something new for everyone to see or listen too or sing along too by viewing it, playing it at Pride Park etc to go along with Steve Bloomer's Watching, the We Are Derby – a poem by Jamie Thrasivoulou, and the recent art work designed by Derby-born artist Iona Rowland that combines the city's music culture including Niall Horan, Simon 'Bassline' Smith and White Town with iconic moments from the club's matches?
     
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    Ewe Ram reacted to New Gold Dream in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    The higher price for many games compared to previous seasons.
    Our attendances are around 2,000-3000 lower compared to a few seasons ago and I think many younger fans, people on lower incomes and families are being deterred from coming regularly. Midweek games (unless it is Forest or Leeds) should be no higher than £15-£20.
    I am a season ticket holder and I have noticed fewer people for many matches, particularly in the Toyota Upper and North Stand, 
    I appreciate we have a very high wage bill, but it is better to generate more match day income from more fans coming to the ground rather than charging higher prices for fewer fans in the stadium.
     
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    Ewe Ram reacted to Mostyn6 in Supporters Charter Meeting Questions   
    why are we not recruiting players from abroad? We must be missing out on some real, and cheaper (than domestic) quality transfers. Surely you look at players recruited by our rivals and feel embarrassed that we haven’t even tried to exploit the foreign market! 
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