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Inverurie Ram

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    Inverurie Ram reacted to reverendo de duivel in Live Music Online   
    Culture in Quarantine, Exhibition Tours: 1. The Clash: London Calling - The Exhibition: www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p08bqnvp via @bbciplayer
     
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to HuddersRam in Derby Pride (it's a book)   
    So about 14 months ago now, I started a topic called The Pursuit for Pereplotkins. It was more of a hopeful topic about a book I was trying to work out in my head about the past 20 or so years of the club. Fast forward to today and my search for the Latvian never actually began.
    BUT I am a bit too excited to say that over this time, I've been able to worm my way into conversations with 55 others who probably have more of a story to tell than he would. So with that being said, Pride: The Inside Story of Derby County will be published later this year.
    Through constant begging texts and an embarassing stream of emails to media teams across Europe, I've heard from all sorts of former Derby players, coaches and officials who have kindly given up their time to be part of this. From Stefano Eranio, Peter Gadsby, Steve McClaren and Inigo Idiakez through to Will Hughes, Harry Wilson, Johnny Russell and Gary Rowett (and plenty more in between including the finding of an Amigo), I've been lucky enough to be allowed to gaze through the different eras of the club to tell the story of everything that has gone on from the moment Pride Park first opened its doors.
    It'll be available from later this year (I need to actually finish the last few chapters first) but hopefully it'll be of interest to a few of you on here and I'll be able to follow on from some of those who already produce such top content about the club.

    I've set up a Twitter @PrideDCFC too, which I'll be using to share out some feature articles with those who have contributed their time. Because I've discovered 120,000 words isn't nearly enough. 🐏🐏🐏

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    Inverurie Ram reacted to reverendo de duivel in Shaun Barker | One More Time Documentry   
    Don't use two separate 0-5 away games to defend him, that's not in the narrative.
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to uttoxram75 in Shaun Barker | One More Time Documentry   
    You forget some of the performances before he was sacked, that goal at Yeovil, Bryson's hat trick at Millwall.....it was coming, coming I tell ya.
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to uttoxram75 in Shaun Barker | One More Time Documentry   
    Its possible that team would have clicked anyway, there were certainly signs of it prior to his sacking. We'll never know but it seems we missed a trick by persevering with him while he rebuilt, slashed the wage bill and had young hungry players straining at the leash only to sack him on the vinegar strokes....
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to 2tups in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Pulp, not Orange Juice, in Richard’s bottle ?
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to ThePrisoner in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    I met Mick Jones at the 2014 playoff final against QPR. Sadly the rest of the day was poo.
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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from admira in The Wedding Present   
    I have a photo of Gedge and I together after a gig in Aberdeen.
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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from TexasRam in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    @MuespachRam knows Paul was wearing that Stone Island clobber years before all the Manx were wearing it.



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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from TexasRam in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    @MuespachRam will like this one also.

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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from MuespachRam in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Nah not Roger Daltry........it's definitely Dennis Waterman and he's covering his mouth whilst he's telling Paul that Billy Bremner is a right blunt.
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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from RamNut in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Tony Currie Testimonial 1986. Dennis Waterman XII match against a Tony Currie XII.
    Tony Currie joined Sheffield United on the 1st of February 1968 for £26,500. He scored on his debut against Tottenham Hotspur with a header on 26 February but missed the next game on 2 March as it was his wedding day. ‘TC’ as he was nicknamed by Sheffield United fans, was idolised in his time at Bramall Lane. During his time at Sheffield United, he broke into the England team, winning the first of his 17 caps in 1972. He went on to score 54 goals in 313 appearances and was made captain by manager Ken Furphy in March 1974. His career was badly affected by injuries, and he dropped out of league football and into semi-retirement from the game, before being appointed Football in the Community co-ordinator at Sheffield United in February 1988.
    His Testimonial match in 1986 was a star-studded affair, with two teams made up showbiz names and football legends, and was the biggest gate of that season at Bramall Lane. More than 17,500 fans saw the promotion side of 1971 take on Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XII in what proved to be a very entertaining game.
    Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XI
    Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XII consisted of Mick Miller, Ian Botham, Dennis Waterman, George Best, Chris Quinten, Geoff Hurst, Frank Worthington, Roy McFarland, Archie Gemmill, Bill McMurdo, Billy Bremner, Allan Clarke, Alan Hudson, Paul Heaton, Keith Edwards, Glenn Cockerill, Jimmy Johnstone, and Bomber Graham.  Quite a handy side. Why did they play with twelve men? Because the other side had Tony Currie and it was only fair.
    Best & Heaton
    The Housemartins played on a stage set up on John St terrace, led by passionate Blade Paul Heaton, and Chris Quentin mooned the Kop. George Best scored a belter and Tony Currie missed a penalty.
    Paul Heaton, Bladesman from the Lane
     


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    Inverurie Ram reacted to Steve How Hard? in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Looks like Dennis Waterman.
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to MuespachRam in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Thanks @Inverurie Ram...i am a big fan of the game Who is next to Paul..! 
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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from Steve How Hard? in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Tony Currie Testimonial 1986. Dennis Waterman XII match against a Tony Currie XII.
    Tony Currie joined Sheffield United on the 1st of February 1968 for £26,500. He scored on his debut against Tottenham Hotspur with a header on 26 February but missed the next game on 2 March as it was his wedding day. ‘TC’ as he was nicknamed by Sheffield United fans, was idolised in his time at Bramall Lane. During his time at Sheffield United, he broke into the England team, winning the first of his 17 caps in 1972. He went on to score 54 goals in 313 appearances and was made captain by manager Ken Furphy in March 1974. His career was badly affected by injuries, and he dropped out of league football and into semi-retirement from the game, before being appointed Football in the Community co-ordinator at Sheffield United in February 1988.
    His Testimonial match in 1986 was a star-studded affair, with two teams made up showbiz names and football legends, and was the biggest gate of that season at Bramall Lane. More than 17,500 fans saw the promotion side of 1971 take on Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XII in what proved to be a very entertaining game.
    Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XI
    Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XII consisted of Mick Miller, Ian Botham, Dennis Waterman, George Best, Chris Quinten, Geoff Hurst, Frank Worthington, Roy McFarland, Archie Gemmill, Bill McMurdo, Billy Bremner, Allan Clarke, Alan Hudson, Paul Heaton, Keith Edwards, Glenn Cockerill, Jimmy Johnstone, and Bomber Graham.  Quite a handy side. Why did they play with twelve men? Because the other side had Tony Currie and it was only fair.
    Best & Heaton
    The Housemartins played on a stage set up on John St terrace, led by passionate Blade Paul Heaton, and Chris Quentin mooned the Kop. George Best scored a belter and Tony Currie missed a penalty.
    Paul Heaton, Bladesman from the Lane
     


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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from uttoxram75 in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Tony Currie Testimonial 1986. Dennis Waterman XII match against a Tony Currie XII.
    Tony Currie joined Sheffield United on the 1st of February 1968 for £26,500. He scored on his debut against Tottenham Hotspur with a header on 26 February but missed the next game on 2 March as it was his wedding day. ‘TC’ as he was nicknamed by Sheffield United fans, was idolised in his time at Bramall Lane. During his time at Sheffield United, he broke into the England team, winning the first of his 17 caps in 1972. He went on to score 54 goals in 313 appearances and was made captain by manager Ken Furphy in March 1974. His career was badly affected by injuries, and he dropped out of league football and into semi-retirement from the game, before being appointed Football in the Community co-ordinator at Sheffield United in February 1988.
    His Testimonial match in 1986 was a star-studded affair, with two teams made up showbiz names and football legends, and was the biggest gate of that season at Bramall Lane. More than 17,500 fans saw the promotion side of 1971 take on Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XII in what proved to be a very entertaining game.
    Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XI
    Dennis Waterman’s Showbiz XII consisted of Mick Miller, Ian Botham, Dennis Waterman, George Best, Chris Quinten, Geoff Hurst, Frank Worthington, Roy McFarland, Archie Gemmill, Bill McMurdo, Billy Bremner, Allan Clarke, Alan Hudson, Paul Heaton, Keith Edwards, Glenn Cockerill, Jimmy Johnstone, and Bomber Graham.  Quite a handy side. Why did they play with twelve men? Because the other side had Tony Currie and it was only fair.
    Best & Heaton
    The Housemartins played on a stage set up on John St terrace, led by passionate Blade Paul Heaton, and Chris Quentin mooned the Kop. George Best scored a belter and Tony Currie missed a penalty.
    Paul Heaton, Bladesman from the Lane
     


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    Inverurie Ram reacted to AndyinLiverpool in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Is that Mick Jones?
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to Steve How Hard? in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    Some dodgy barnets in that photo. Almost makes me glad to be a baldie. 
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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from Steve How Hard? in Paul Heaton including Derby County   
    @MuespachRam will love this one.

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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from Ellafella in Design Your Own Derby County Flag   
    Even green lyrics on the song boys!!!!
     

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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from ariotofmyown in Are Derby players deferring wages?   
    Derby County Football Club Agrees Wage Deferrals
    https://www.dcfc.co.uk/news/2020/04/Derby-county-football-club-agrees-wage-deferrals
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to admira in The Wedding Present   
    I have a photo of me and Gedge together after a gig in Lowestoft.
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to ScamRam in The Wedding Present   
    I saw The Wedding Present in Basins, Tricorn Centre in Portsmouth on 15 Oct 1987. I remember the date because it was the night of the Great Storm! I came home having bounced my evening away on many pints of lager and the wind was picking up as I got home. I said to my wife that the cars were bouncing outside and she just thought I was pissed! Lost track of them after that but remember the one single a month stunt in 1992 to beat an Elvis record
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    Inverurie Ram reacted to MuespachRam in Shaun Barker | One More Time Documentry   
    I gave him a wedding present single..the number 5 from the hit parade I think It was come play with me..
     
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    Inverurie Ram got a reaction from MuespachRam in Shaun Barker | One More Time Documentry   
    On a positive note Shaun Barker loves his music and loves The Stone Roses so why not.I love Shaun Barker. I love Jake Buxton. I love Nigel Clough. I love Roy McFarland. I love Derby County Football Club.
    And I love Shaun Barker for introducing Cullah to me and a few others. Thank you Shaun.
    Shaun Barker - Kicker of Balls & Vinyl Collector
    http://shaunbarker.co.uk
    http://theshaunbarkerfoundation.co.uk
    D.C.F.C Love, Life & Unity.
     
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