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    richinspain reacted to Mrs Cone in Picture where you and your knee are now   
    Linekers bar at tenerife....I am way too old to be getting on that pole!! !! X🙈🙈

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    richinspain reacted to Wolfie20 in v Stoke City (A) Match thread   
    When a new manager is appointed with a long contract and a brief which includes developing academy talent, fans rightly say he needs time to implement his ideas on a squad he knows very little about but for some, that goes out of the window after one or two indifferent performances.
    We're 3 games into a new season and are unbeaten so it's a decent start - no more but no less. Cocu will know far quicker than fans what's working so far and what isn't and I will back him to sort out what isn't.
     
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    richinspain reacted to Mafiabob in v Stoke City (A) Match thread   
    Makes you laugh, people lamenting Cocus tactics. The same people who moan we haven’t had a Plan B or C for years..... we had 3 plans in 90 minutes today 
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    richinspain got a reaction from Patrick Rams in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain reacted to angieram in George Evans   
    Struggling with injuries throughout last season; had two terrific performances in defence away from home when we were really in a hole ; starts this season brightly but let's call him out now as not good enough rather than getting behind him. 
    We can't keep discarding players who have inconsistent performances just because we think there's a bottomless pit of money out there to replace them. 
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    richinspain reacted to Van Cone De Head in My Lads op.   
    Having a great time no major dramas,this makes me really happy.
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    richinspain got a reaction from WharfedaleRam in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain got a reaction from LittleEatonRam in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain reacted to Amberram in Cup Runs   
    Back at home in a few weeks hopefully
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    richinspain got a reaction from Coolascustard in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain got a reaction from KCG in Cup Runs   
    And the Brian Clough Trophy practically lives at Pride Park!
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    richinspain got a reaction from BaaLocks in Cup Runs   
    And the Brian Clough Trophy practically lives at Pride Park!
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    richinspain got a reaction from BOB BIGGS in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain got a reaction from Frogram in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain reacted to irobinson in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    So much Waghorn  could learn if he watched some videos of Goddard
    sadly his touch will never be as good 
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    richinspain got a reaction from Steve How Hard? in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain got a reaction from ramit in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain got a reaction from uttoxram75 in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain got a reaction from Gisby in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain got a reaction from i-Ram in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Hector, O'Hare and Hinton have to be the best I have seen, but really all of the successful partnerships have their own special place in my memories. George and Lee were sublime. Davison and Gee terrorised third and second division defences, but never really reached the same heights in the first division. Saunders and Goddard were an absolutely fantastic partnership, they had everything. Saunders was lightning quick and excellent in the air considering his height. Goddard had the touch of the Gods. He could control the ball at any height and pace, and his vision was truly fantastic. Sturridge, Gabbiadini and Willems again were fantastic in the second division. Sturridge, Wanchope and Biano had pace and skill against the best defenders in the Prem. As I said, Hector, O'Hare and Hinton were probably the best, but Saunders and Goddard supported by Callaghan, McMinn and Micklewhite were probably my favourites because I could appreciate them more as I was older. Still proud to be able to say that I remember the very best though and Hector was and always will be my all time favourite player. He wasn't called the King for nothing.
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    richinspain reacted to i-Ram in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    I was aged 11-15 during our real glory years, and worshiped our forward line but in terms of actual engagement, enjoyment and emotion I will forever be grateful for the days when Goddard, Saunders, Ted and Micklewhite were in their pomp. Happy days. 
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    richinspain reacted to RamNut in Best forward line you've seen play for Derby   
    Yes...thats why i wanted to talk to him on Saturday 👍
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    richinspain reacted to Rosythram in Open Letter to Derby Fans   
    Please explain to Mr Wheeler that as an adult and a father of three I can honestly say that assigning the number 32 shirt to Mr W Rooney will not effect my life or my children in anyway shape or form.
    My only advice to Mr Wheeler would be to get a life and if at all possible move on, honestly there are much greater issues in the world.
    If you’ve got time and the inclination, work towards saving the planet, seriously Wayne and the 32 shirt is not worth it.
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    richinspain reacted to Pearl Ram in Salford City sponsors   
    If William Shatner married Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks, would she be Stevie Shatner Nicks ?
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    richinspain reacted to G STAR RAM in Liverpool would have won the Premier League last season if....   
    I'd have got to see my beloved Rams play in Europe if it wasnt for Liverpool...
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