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  1. Lambchop

    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    If I was a glory hunter I'd watch the prem and not Derby. Again, it's a shame that I can't express a different point of view on here without being rounded upon personally. I think it's pathetic, quite honestly, a sad waste of time.
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    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    It doesn't need spelling out, and I'm not being drawn back into that sort of argument on this forum. I posted the two articles because I thought they provided an informed and balanced response to a lot of the nonsense posted in this thread. It is sadly telling that the first response was from someone dismissing one because the writer is foreign. I should have known better.
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    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    Implying that all Johnny Foreigners are cheats is, however.
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    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    Racist comment and that says it all.
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    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    Jonathan Wilson nails it imo: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/jan/17/marceo-bielsa-spygate-powerpoint-leeds-united
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    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    A reasonable assessment: http://www.espn.com/soccer/blog/marcottis-musings/62/post/3753303/marcelo-bielsa-upstaged-frank-lampard-in-spy-gate-and-added-to-his-sizable-coaching-legend
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    Pro Leads Untidy...

    Reaaons to not hate Leeds - Bielsa.
  8. Lambchop

    Derby vs Reading Match Thread

    I was trying to spare your blushes by not naming you directly.
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    Derby vs Reading Match Thread

    In order not to bring the game into disrepute, I shall explain my reasoning. I've also posted my prediction before you to give you a chance; I've lost three in a row, so you're due a pasting. The obvious choice is Wilson, as we've been tending to score first from set pieces rather than open play. However, he scored against Southampton, so, although not statistically less likely to do it again, I'm rotating my options. Next most likely, Marriott, but he tends to score later on in games, and was looking off it last match. Waghorn? Scored last time, but I'm not convinced he's sufficiently up to speed to do it again. Holmes was my choice last time, based on his impact on coming into the side, but although playing well, he's not really getting into goal scoring positions. Lawrence? Miseed about three sitters against Southampton, so he can duck off. Of the other outfield players, I'd be most tempted by Bogle or Tomori, as they like to get in the mix, but they have to be less likely than one of the front six. Of the likely starters, I feel that Mount is returning to form after a bit of a dry spell, so I'd like to see him regain his confidence with a goal. As for the draw, Reading are obviously pants, but they're a bit of a bogey side at home, we're inconsistent generally, and it's possibly a game too far to win after Wednesday. I didn't respond in the prediction thread as that inflames the wrath of Ronnie.
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    v Reading (H) - Predictions

    Derby 1-1 Reading FRGS Mount
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    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    I've given up trying to discuss anything serious on this forum. The football is as bad as the politics. Perhaps it should be banned.
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    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    Nevertheless, he publishes his own teamsheets in advance, and gives lectures on his own tactics. Maybe the way forward is more openness rather than better fences.
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    'suspicious' man outside Derby County's training ground

    No, actually David, I'm not having that. What right have you got to question the manner of my support? As I've said, I don't want us to look ridiculous, and I fear that's what's happening, using our manager's celebrity in a case of special pleading. You may disagree, but you are out of order personalising it and implying some kind of disloyalty because I happen to agree with Guardiola rather than Stuart ducking Pearce.

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