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  1. It has to be Rafa! He has kindly resigned to save us the compensation so that the £4 million from Lampard'smove can be spent on players!
  2. Hughton will be an inspired choice if he wins us promotion. More inspiring than Lampard, Rowett, Pearson,McLaren, Wassall and Clough and Jewell were! Wagner and Farke were inspired choices though both have benefitted from their Director of Football who was able to find good players at reasonable prices. Derby need some luck. We can't carry on being a nearly team. Holding the record for the most appearances in the play-offs isn't much fun!
  3. Of the managers available I would go for Chris Hughton provided Chelsea will give us some help with decent loan players as part of the Lampard deal.Gaz Monk appears to be in difficulty with his transfer dealings and agent. Jokanovic has gone to Qatar and Terry is untested.
  4. Chris Hughton would be a decent option. He has a good track record and got Brighton promoted. He plays dull percentage football though but has the experience to get us promoted.
  5. Did he take the Serbia Job? I looked before I posted and couldn't find anything. I am not that excited about Gaz Monk and hoped it might be someone more cosmopolitan.
  6. Did he take the Serbia Job? I looked before I posted and couldn't find anything. I am not that excited about Gaz Monk and hoped it might be someone more cosmopolitan.
  7. Slavisa Jokanovic for me. He got Watford and Fulham promoted while playing attractive football, is used to using loan players and has close ties with Chelsea.
  8. If Lampard is going I hope the proceedings aren't drawn out. We need a new manager before the players return to pre-season training otherwise we will be miles behind the other promotion contenders with a very thin squad needing to attract loans, free transfers and even paying for new players!
  9. I would imagine Derby can pay more than Serbia.
  10. It has to be Jovanovic. He has a track record of using loan players and getting sides promoted. He also has good connections with Chelsea having used some of their players in the past.
  11. We have no money and no players. It therefore has to be Nigel Clough to work a miracle!
  12. I feel sorry for Mel Morris. He stuck his neck out to offer Lampard the job and now he is rewarded with endless speculation about his future after only one season, which can't help preparation for next season. Leeds have secured the services of Bielsa for the season with preparation under way. Derby County doesn't deserve this.
  13. I like Lewis Dunk. I also like Dale Stevens as a combative midfielder.
  14. Why would he want to go to relegation fodder like Brighton? He is only 18. A further season with Derby wouldn't do his prospects any harm
  15. It is difficult to say at present. West Brom don't have a permanent manager ,Dwight Gayle among others was on loan and it is likely the likes of Rodriguez will seek Premier League football. Fulham have a rookie manager and are likeley to lose Sessgnon and Mitrovic and possibly some of the Carlos kickaballs they signed 12 months ago. Birmingham have financial problems and have already sold Jota to Villa. Bristol City had 3 Chelsea players on loan who have all returned. Forest seem likeley to lose Joe Lolley for a lot of lolley-and probably need to. Hull had loads of players on loan who have all returned. Boro don't have a manager and by the sounds of it they don't have any money either. QPR are subject to financial restrictions and had loan players who have returned. Swansea have no managerand have let go a lot of players. Blackburn looked a decent side when the defeated us and could be a dark horse. Sheff Wed have just gotten rid of a lot of dead wood and have a decent manager. Leeds must be in the mix again though they could lose one or two players. Cardiff have a good chance of promotion if Colin stays. Huddersfield are in transition.
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