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    halifaxram got a reaction from Squid in Songs for Cocu   
    Take us up B4 you Coco.  Wham!
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Will Hughes Hair in Songs for Cocu   
    Take us up B4 you Coco.  Wham!
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Pastinaak in Song for Leeds   
    I'm not a singer, but do enjoy hearing the South Stand in full voice. Whilst out walking the dog this old song came into my head and it falls beautifully into the mood of the moment.
    The old Harry Belafonte song morphs very easily into Either " Theres a Hole in Your Bucket, Beee-Elsa, Beee-Elsa"
    or if Leeds might be paranoid about the spyware thing, the Hole becomes Mole.  No effort needed, and I think the South could do good things with that!
    It'll make make day if it filters through on Saturday.  COYR.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from ariotofmyown in Song for Leeds   
    I'm not a singer, but do enjoy hearing the South Stand in full voice. Whilst out walking the dog this old song came into my head and it falls beautifully into the mood of the moment.
    The old Harry Belafonte song morphs very easily into Either " Theres a Hole in Your Bucket, Beee-Elsa, Beee-Elsa"
    or if Leeds might be paranoid about the spyware thing, the Hole becomes Mole.  No effort needed, and I think the South could do good things with that!
    It'll make make day if it filters through on Saturday.  COYR.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Mucker1884 in Song for Leeds   
    I'm not a singer, but do enjoy hearing the South Stand in full voice. Whilst out walking the dog this old song came into my head and it falls beautifully into the mood of the moment.
    The old Harry Belafonte song morphs very easily into Either " Theres a Hole in Your Bucket, Beee-Elsa, Beee-Elsa"
    or if Leeds might be paranoid about the spyware thing, the Hole becomes Mole.  No effort needed, and I think the South could do good things with that!
    It'll make make day if it filters through on Saturday.  COYR.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from REDCAR in Song for Leeds   
    I'm not a singer, but do enjoy hearing the South Stand in full voice. Whilst out walking the dog this old song came into my head and it falls beautifully into the mood of the moment.
    The old Harry Belafonte song morphs very easily into Either " Theres a Hole in Your Bucket, Beee-Elsa, Beee-Elsa"
    or if Leeds might be paranoid about the spyware thing, the Hole becomes Mole.  No effort needed, and I think the South could do good things with that!
    It'll make make day if it filters through on Saturday.  COYR.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Steve How Hard? in Song for Leeds   
    I'm not a singer, but do enjoy hearing the South Stand in full voice. Whilst out walking the dog this old song came into my head and it falls beautifully into the mood of the moment.
    The old Harry Belafonte song morphs very easily into Either " Theres a Hole in Your Bucket, Beee-Elsa, Beee-Elsa"
    or if Leeds might be paranoid about the spyware thing, the Hole becomes Mole.  No effort needed, and I think the South could do good things with that!
    It'll make make day if it filters through on Saturday.  COYR.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from SKRam in Song for Leeds   
    I'm not a singer, but do enjoy hearing the South Stand in full voice. Whilst out walking the dog this old song came into my head and it falls beautifully into the mood of the moment.
    The old Harry Belafonte song morphs very easily into Either " Theres a Hole in Your Bucket, Beee-Elsa, Beee-Elsa"
    or if Leeds might be paranoid about the spyware thing, the Hole becomes Mole.  No effort needed, and I think the South could do good things with that!
    It'll make make day if it filters through on Saturday.  COYR.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Wignall12 in Song for Leeds   
    I'm not a singer, but do enjoy hearing the South Stand in full voice. Whilst out walking the dog this old song came into my head and it falls beautifully into the mood of the moment.
    The old Harry Belafonte song morphs very easily into Either " Theres a Hole in Your Bucket, Beee-Elsa, Beee-Elsa"
    or if Leeds might be paranoid about the spyware thing, the Hole becomes Mole.  No effort needed, and I think the South could do good things with that!
    It'll make make day if it filters through on Saturday.  COYR.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from goldstar in Derby County vs QPR   
    We have the balls, and the luck! 
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    halifaxram reacted to hintonsboots in Derby County vs QPR   
    Ball boys too slow.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Carl Sagan in Will Hughes   
    Nearest I can do, sorry>
    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/will-hughes-macho-dressing-room-culture-makes-it-hard-to-open-up-ml7mhr8kx
     
     
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    halifaxram got a reaction from ariotofmyown in First Derby Player You Ever Saw Score a Goal Live   
    Couldn't resist adding to this thread. September 24th 1966, Alan Durban scored three against Huddersfield at the BBG, but was overshadowed by a debutant, who only scored one. It was King Kevs first game, and mine, and he effectively tied me to The Rams forever. I thought he was the best player I had ever seen, although having been raised on a diet of Ilkeston Town, that wasn't too difficult.
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    halifaxram reacted to irobinson in Online Ticketing   
    Boo Boo - Apple
     
    how will I know where the singing section is lol 
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Steve How Hard? in Online Ticketing   
    Quick update guys.
    The club have got back to me and are aware of problems with iOS devices, android, and Mac.
    A fix is awaited.
    Its the dreaded curse of the upgrade, which often ends up being nothing of the sort.
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    halifaxram reacted to kash_a_ram_a_ding_dong in Online Ticketing   
    There's your problem right there
    #Appleout
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    halifaxram got a reaction from mike93rh in Manner of Performances   
    Last night, I was angry, this morning I am ambivalent. The team you support has to garner a feeling of affection and loyalty in you, or there is nothing. This, for most people is probably though the medium of hard work, and commitment. If you walk away feeling that they have done their best, then you can take it. Too many times, the Derby team of the last 3 seasons have failed on this account.
    I also watch Halifax Town, who are part-time in a full-time league, and have been scrapping to avoid relegation. They have heart, and commitment in spades, and bond with the crowd accordingly.
    At the moment, for me, there is no contest, as to where I would sooner put my money, and my loyalty.
    I will always be a Ram, but the heart and soul has disappeared for me at the moment.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from i-Ram in Manchester United F.C. v Derby County F.C.   
    No criticism of anyone tonight, manager played his cards well, team worked hard, some of the non-first choice players given a bit of encouragement. Proud of our club. Come on you Rams.
     
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    halifaxram got a reaction from SKRam in Manchester United F.C. v Derby County F.C.   
    No criticism of anyone tonight, manager played his cards well, team worked hard, some of the non-first choice players given a bit of encouragement. Proud of our club. Come on you Rams.
     
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    halifaxram got a reaction from RadioactiveWaste in Manchester United F.C. v Derby County F.C.   
    No criticism of anyone tonight, manager played his cards well, team worked hard, some of the non-first choice players given a bit of encouragement. Proud of our club. Come on you Rams.
     
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Jack Willow in Manchester United F.C. v Derby County F.C.   
    No criticism of anyone tonight, manager played his cards well, team worked hard, some of the non-first choice players given a bit of encouragement. Proud of our club. Come on you Rams.
     
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    halifaxram got a reaction from cosmic in Manchester United F.C. v Derby County F.C.   
    No criticism of anyone tonight, manager played his cards well, team worked hard, some of the non-first choice players given a bit of encouragement. Proud of our club. Come on you Rams.
     
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    halifaxram got a reaction from RadioactiveWaste in George Thorne   
    My ageing memory might be failing me, but didn't we start to look really good in the play-off final season, once George broke into the team and everything just started to gel?
    This happened from January onwards if I recall.
    I have a strongly developing sense of optimism about our current situation.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from i-Ram in Fulham vs Derby County match day thread   
    Looking at it globally, I feel that we are moving forward. Seasons prior to this, we would have lost tonight.
    No, its not pretty, and can be quite frustrating, but we do now have a bit of resilience. I think, that this sort of character is quite a decent platform to build on. After all, you don't design the turrets and the facades first, you lay in good foundations, and I feel that GR is doing this fairly effectively.
    He has constraints, in that some of the raw materials he has to work with, have not previously demonstrated the required qualities. And to be fair, it looks like some never will. I'm sure he can see this. I would be surprised if quite a few of the old guard have their contracts renewed, without evidence that they are prepared to make the hard yards.
    I, for one, am not all doom and gloom, and believe me, when I make a round trip of  200 or 400 miles, depending on where I am at the time,  to watch something like the Reading debacle, I do not have a happy return leg, however, I will be there Tuesday night because its what I do, and have done, when possible for the last 35 years.
    I get my fix from believing that the guys wearing the shirt, care as much about it as I do, and clearly, after 50 years of watching The Rams, you have spells when this is not the case. 
    Truth be known, I don't really think we are as good as we think we are, but chins up guys, we could be Chesterfield fans.
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    halifaxram got a reaction from Jack Willow in Fulham vs Derby County match day thread   
    Looking at it globally, I feel that we are moving forward. Seasons prior to this, we would have lost tonight.
    No, its not pretty, and can be quite frustrating, but we do now have a bit of resilience. I think, that this sort of character is quite a decent platform to build on. After all, you don't design the turrets and the facades first, you lay in good foundations, and I feel that GR is doing this fairly effectively.
    He has constraints, in that some of the raw materials he has to work with, have not previously demonstrated the required qualities. And to be fair, it looks like some never will. I'm sure he can see this. I would be surprised if quite a few of the old guard have their contracts renewed, without evidence that they are prepared to make the hard yards.
    I, for one, am not all doom and gloom, and believe me, when I make a round trip of  200 or 400 miles, depending on where I am at the time,  to watch something like the Reading debacle, I do not have a happy return leg, however, I will be there Tuesday night because its what I do, and have done, when possible for the last 35 years.
    I get my fix from believing that the guys wearing the shirt, care as much about it as I do, and clearly, after 50 years of watching The Rams, you have spells when this is not the case. 
    Truth be known, I don't really think we are as good as we think we are, but chins up guys, we could be Chesterfield fans.
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