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  1. Or down the Road, or in s¬¬t street
  2. If what the Rams statement put out is true. That we had written agreement for the selling of Pride Park, that all accounts and transactions also had written agreement from the EFL. And now they want to charge us stating they made an error. This seems to had a knock on effect with our new investors being delayed, which is having a knock on effect of us making signings in this current window. They can't move the goalposts and win on this one, surely not. If we prove them wrong in court, we should have them pay the court costs and pay us compensation for holding us back on improving the club. The guys at the EFL are not business men or lawyers and hopefully we should win the case and then this would give no confidence from the rest of the teams run by the EFL. This could open the window for a breakaway Premier League 2.
  3. We need to sign a creative playmaker midfielder who can supply more good chances for Martin, Waghorn, Marriott, Bennett and Whittaker. And if you think our strikers are'nt upto it, we must get in a young hungry talented striker from the lower divisions or else where to find a bargain.
  4. That was his last spell of loan last season, he was released by Derby in the Summer and just signed this week for a Slovenian team called NK Olimpija Ljubljana. He played with our U21s, U23s, Our 1st team and loans at Northampton, Mansfield and Swindon totaling 99 apps and scoring 24 goals.
  5. Stevie had racked up 140 goals before we signed him and he only scored 17 for us in 63 apps. This french footballer as only scored 50 goals in 252 apps.
  6. Its a shame that up until Lampard our previous Managers never gave our youth much of a chance. Now with FFP and Cocu we are throwing them in and seeing the rewards of what a good Academy the club has. We have had previous players that everyone raved about and they never got a chance, so never developed into good players. Timi Elsnik is one that springs to mind, could have improved given more time in the 1st team. Don't know where he is now. I watched Jason Knight early last season playing for the U23s at Plymouth in the cup, he was in my opinion the best player on the park that evening and he was only 17. Ikechi Anya also played that night and he was awful.
  7. Would be funny if we did sneak 6th place by winning at Birmingham on the 2nd May and Leeds blew it again and finished 3rd.
  8. Monday and we are in the draw ball number24
  9. In an interview last year, Steve McClaren stated he had spoken to Exeter and Ollie Watkins. It never happened because the powers to be thought it was a risk for a League 2 player for the amount. There is got to be a slight risk in picking up a player thats coming from a lower League, but getting a player from the Scottish Premiership should'nt be that much risk. If he did'nt work out, we could sell on for more or less the same price we lay out.
  10. Need to sign this player, I have a feeling we will regret it like the time we were interested in Ollie Watkins (McClaren got the sack and Rowett was'nt interested). Rumours were the money Exeter wanted was too much and then in that summer Brentford paid £1.8m for him. I reckon an offer of the same price would sway Aberdeen to part with him. If he went to another Championship side and starts banging them in for them. SACK THE RECRUITMENT TEAM Act now
  11. Carson can come back if both clubs and the player all agree.
  12. Lets hope they play some youngsters and Rooney eats them for breakfast
  13. We need a Centreback, none coming through from our youth set up strong enough to hold down a regular place in the 1st team. Could do with a Keeper, can we recall Carson. Also need a right sided attacking midfielder.
  14. We could always assume that it was our crap recruitment/scouting team that pushed the deal through.
  15. Most centrebacks improve with age, hope we can get him in at the end of the season.
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