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    Yani P got a reaction from uttoxram75 in How many points from the last 7 games   
    Reading 3
    Norwich 1
    Blackburn 3
    Preston 3
    Birmingham 3
    Swansea 1
    Sheffield 3
    TOTAL 17
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    Yani P got a reaction from SKRam in Lee Collins RIP   
    Yeovil Town captain Lee Collins has died at the age of 32.
    Collins began his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers and spent time at Port Vale, Barnsley, Northampton Town, Mansfield Town and Forest Green Rovers before joining Yeovil in 2019.
    He played his last game for the club on 6 February against Stockport.
    Yeovil, who have not revealed the cause of Collins' death, were due to play Altrincham in the National League on Friday but the game has been postponed.
    "All at Yeovil Town Football Club are mourning the loss of club captain Lee Collins," a club statement read.
    "Lee sadly passed away yesterday and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
    "We ask everyone to respect the family's privacy at this time."
    BBC Radio Somerset's Yeovil Town commentator Sheridan Robins told BBC Sport: "The main thing that everyone will be feeling is a deep sense of shock.
    "He was a real winner. I remember when he first joined the club we were at rock bottom having been relegated to the National League.
    "In his interview he was said he wasn't there to make friends, he wanted to win.
    "He wore his heart on his sleeve on the pitch and was known for his leadership, he was the epitome of a captain, he did everything he could in that 90 minutes to win the three points."
    Collins has been out with injury for large parts of the season, but returned to the bench last week in the 3-1 win over Barnet.
    "After the game I spoke to Yeovil manager Darren Sarll and he told me how pleased he was to have Lee back," added Robins.
    "He was an old fashioned centre-half and we've not seen him play a lot this season because of injury."
    Mansfield Town owner John Radford - for whom Collins played from 2015 to 2017 - tweeted he was "shocked and saddened" to learn of Collins' death.
    "A no-nonsense, battling braveheart on the field and a gentleman off it. A man who always gave his all in Stags' colours," Radford added.
    Barnsley said they would pay tribute to Collins at Friday's home Championship game against Reading.
    Collins was part of the Wolves side, which included Wales keeper Wayne Hennessey and former Bolton midfielder Mark Davies, that reached the semi-finals of the FA Youth Cup in 2005, losing on penalties to a Southampton team featuring Theo Walcott.
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    Yani P got a reaction from sage in Derby v Luton Match Ratings, deadline noon Saturday   
    Marshall 7
    Byrne 8
    Wisdom 6
    Clarke 7
    Forsyth 7
    Sibley 8
    Bird 6
    Shinnie 7
    Lawrence 9
    Waghorn 7
    Gregory 7
    CKR 6
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    Yani P got a reaction from Rammy03 in Relegation watch   
    Brum have a habit of looking doomed but eventually staying up...we will be fine anyway so it's just down to who goes with weds and Wycombe (as seems most likely)
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    Yani P got a reaction from Andrew3000 in v Luton (h) Matchday Thread   
    Very professional performance..well done to everyone..
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    Yani P got a reaction from Dean (hick) Saunders in Lee Collins RIP   
    Yeovil Town captain Lee Collins has died at the age of 32.
    Collins began his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers and spent time at Port Vale, Barnsley, Northampton Town, Mansfield Town and Forest Green Rovers before joining Yeovil in 2019.
    He played his last game for the club on 6 February against Stockport.
    Yeovil, who have not revealed the cause of Collins' death, were due to play Altrincham in the National League on Friday but the game has been postponed.
    "All at Yeovil Town Football Club are mourning the loss of club captain Lee Collins," a club statement read.
    "Lee sadly passed away yesterday and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
    "We ask everyone to respect the family's privacy at this time."
    BBC Radio Somerset's Yeovil Town commentator Sheridan Robins told BBC Sport: "The main thing that everyone will be feeling is a deep sense of shock.
    "He was a real winner. I remember when he first joined the club we were at rock bottom having been relegated to the National League.
    "In his interview he was said he wasn't there to make friends, he wanted to win.
    "He wore his heart on his sleeve on the pitch and was known for his leadership, he was the epitome of a captain, he did everything he could in that 90 minutes to win the three points."
    Collins has been out with injury for large parts of the season, but returned to the bench last week in the 3-1 win over Barnet.
    "After the game I spoke to Yeovil manager Darren Sarll and he told me how pleased he was to have Lee back," added Robins.
    "He was an old fashioned centre-half and we've not seen him play a lot this season because of injury."
    Mansfield Town owner John Radford - for whom Collins played from 2015 to 2017 - tweeted he was "shocked and saddened" to learn of Collins' death.
    "A no-nonsense, battling braveheart on the field and a gentleman off it. A man who always gave his all in Stags' colours," Radford added.
    Barnsley said they would pay tribute to Collins at Friday's home Championship game against Reading.
    Collins was part of the Wolves side, which included Wales keeper Wayne Hennessey and former Bolton midfielder Mark Davies, that reached the semi-finals of the FA Youth Cup in 2005, losing on penalties to a Southampton team featuring Theo Walcott.
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    Yani P got a reaction from uttoxram75 in Lee Collins RIP   
    Yeovil Town captain Lee Collins has died at the age of 32.
    Collins began his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers and spent time at Port Vale, Barnsley, Northampton Town, Mansfield Town and Forest Green Rovers before joining Yeovil in 2019.
    He played his last game for the club on 6 February against Stockport.
    Yeovil, who have not revealed the cause of Collins' death, were due to play Altrincham in the National League on Friday but the game has been postponed.
    "All at Yeovil Town Football Club are mourning the loss of club captain Lee Collins," a club statement read.
    "Lee sadly passed away yesterday and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
    "We ask everyone to respect the family's privacy at this time."
    BBC Radio Somerset's Yeovil Town commentator Sheridan Robins told BBC Sport: "The main thing that everyone will be feeling is a deep sense of shock.
    "He was a real winner. I remember when he first joined the club we were at rock bottom having been relegated to the National League.
    "In his interview he was said he wasn't there to make friends, he wanted to win.
    "He wore his heart on his sleeve on the pitch and was known for his leadership, he was the epitome of a captain, he did everything he could in that 90 minutes to win the three points."
    Collins has been out with injury for large parts of the season, but returned to the bench last week in the 3-1 win over Barnet.
    "After the game I spoke to Yeovil manager Darren Sarll and he told me how pleased he was to have Lee back," added Robins.
    "He was an old fashioned centre-half and we've not seen him play a lot this season because of injury."
    Mansfield Town owner John Radford - for whom Collins played from 2015 to 2017 - tweeted he was "shocked and saddened" to learn of Collins' death.
    "A no-nonsense, battling braveheart on the field and a gentleman off it. A man who always gave his all in Stags' colours," Radford added.
    Barnsley said they would pay tribute to Collins at Friday's home Championship game against Reading.
    Collins was part of the Wolves side, which included Wales keeper Wayne Hennessey and former Bolton midfielder Mark Davies, that reached the semi-finals of the FA Youth Cup in 2005, losing on penalties to a Southampton team featuring Theo Walcott.
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    Yani P got a reaction from Ward in v Luton (H) - Predictions   
    Derby 7-0
    Lawrence
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    Yani P got a reaction from lrm14 in New management team required - NOW   
    So another BS apparently baseless story in of all places the Mail and some are quick to want to believe it..just reads as more click bait based an nothing at all by the looks of it.. same as the BS stories when he was playing..none of those stories were ever proven to have any foundation whatsoever yet regularly get quoted as if they were fact..not even shoddy journalism..its worse than that..
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    Yani P got a reaction from Premier ram in New management team required - NOW   
    So another BS apparently baseless story in of all places the Mail and some are quick to want to believe it..just reads as more click bait based an nothing at all by the looks of it.. same as the BS stories when he was playing..none of those stories were ever proven to have any foundation whatsoever yet regularly get quoted as if they were fact..not even shoddy journalism..its worse than that..
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    Yani P got a reaction from Carnero in New management team required - NOW   
    So another BS apparently baseless story in of all places the Mail and some are quick to want to believe it..just reads as more click bait based an nothing at all by the looks of it.. same as the BS stories when he was playing..none of those stories were ever proven to have any foundation whatsoever yet regularly get quoted as if they were fact..not even shoddy journalism..its worse than that..
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    Yani P got a reaction from SKRam in New management team required - NOW   
    So another BS apparently baseless story in of all places the Mail and some are quick to want to believe it..just reads as more click bait based an nothing at all by the looks of it.. same as the BS stories when he was playing..none of those stories were ever proven to have any foundation whatsoever yet regularly get quoted as if they were fact..not even shoddy journalism..its worse than that..
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    Yani P got a reaction from Van der MoodHoover in New management team required - NOW   
    So another BS apparently baseless story in of all places the Mail and some are quick to want to believe it..just reads as more click bait based an nothing at all by the looks of it.. same as the BS stories when he was playing..none of those stories were ever proven to have any foundation whatsoever yet regularly get quoted as if they were fact..not even shoddy journalism..its worse than that..
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    Yani P got a reaction from Rammy03 in New management team required - NOW   
    So another BS apparently baseless story in of all places the Mail and some are quick to want to believe it..just reads as more click bait based an nothing at all by the looks of it.. same as the BS stories when he was playing..none of those stories were ever proven to have any foundation whatsoever yet regularly get quoted as if they were fact..not even shoddy journalism..its worse than that..
  15. COYR
    Yani P reacted to archram in A loveless marriage   
    I so sympathise, Norman. My first game at BB in 1952 - don’t remember anything about it except seeing the flickers of lighters in th gloom. Went with my dad when he could afford to travel and buy tickets. Then we drifted apart, you know how it is, distance, time and finance.
    Tried again when I had 2 sons to initiate ( don’t think they’ll ever forgive me!) and went as often as we could afford. Reignited when I was able to take my 5 grandchildren but it got very expensive as their parents didn’t have the money to pay for them and, of course, you couldn’t possibly go to football without lunch at McDonald’s! And I then turned my partner’s 6 year old son into a Rams fan.
    Then moved away so couldn’t manage tickets and travel very often as the boys always wanted to come and health problems began to play a part.
    Then 5years ago I found myself in a position to have my first season ticket and with an easy train journey from Bristol renewed the love affair! I enjoyed the next few years as, although there were some rubbish times, I was so excited having a season ticket! And before the lockdown I managed to take my great granddaughter to a preseason game. So, I feel I will leave behind at least 8 descendants to love the Rams - I hope this wonderful club does enough to inspire them!
    And now? I wouldn’t have been able to go this season because of ill health but I still bought my season ticket and to begin with I was delighted to have Ramstv. Now it has become a burden as I can’t bring myself not to watch. You can’t demean a love affair that’s lasted almost 70 years, so think we must comfort each other in our twilight years.
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    Yani P got a reaction from Premier ram in The Waghorn situation   
    100% correct to call it out - disgraceful that a senior pro isnt putting the work in when we are where we are as a club..it isnt like he is even that good a player and to be freewheeling is just a joke..glad he called him out publicly..the attitude of a player who doesnt care about the club..a culture we can do without..Rooney is clearly not seeing what he is expecting to see..
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    Yani P got a reaction from Premier ram in Has Rooney been more successful as a player or Manager of the Rams?   
    You know as well as I do he had a list of players that he couldn't bring in..of course it relates to the bodged takeover but the people he brought in were best endeavors probably plan B or C at best..it amazes me we have people calling for his head..Cocu was given a season and a quarter and was dire for pretty much all of it apart from one Indian summer spell..im not a Rooney apologist in the slightest he has made mistakes and will make more..but to me talk of getting rid is often by those on here that hated him as a player hate him as our manager and gave him zero credit when he turned around our bottom of the table form..he has a lot to do of course and our current form is shocking..but I'm still confident he will work it out and keep us up...for which for many on here again he will get zero credit..
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    Yani P got a reaction from Premier ram in Has Rooney been more successful as a player or Manager of the Rams?   
    Another click bait thread to have a go at our clubs manager...zzzz
     
    He is in trouble we all know that but he inherited a shambles was unsupported in the January window..I prefer to get behind him and the team and hope they salvage the season
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    Yani P reacted to hintonsboots in Faith, Grafting donkey, Talented CBA, Just poo, Bamford   
    Excellent post. The players should be using the international break to reflect on recent performances, and to get properly focused on the remaining games. Second half v Brentford standard or better required from now on in. There are some excellent players in our squad, way better than many other Championship sides, it’s now time to show it.
    COYR ⚽️⚽️
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    Yani P got a reaction from chelloram in The Waghorn situation   
    100% correct to call it out - disgraceful that a senior pro isnt putting the work in when we are where we are as a club..it isnt like he is even that good a player and to be freewheeling is just a joke..glad he called him out publicly..the attitude of a player who doesnt care about the club..a culture we can do without..Rooney is clearly not seeing what he is expecting to see..
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    Yani P got a reaction from bcnram in The Waghorn situation   
    100% correct to call it out - disgraceful that a senior pro isnt putting the work in when we are where we are as a club..it isnt like he is even that good a player and to be freewheeling is just a joke..glad he called him out publicly..the attitude of a player who doesnt care about the club..a culture we can do without..Rooney is clearly not seeing what he is expecting to see..
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    Yani P got a reaction from Jourdan in Has Rooney been more successful as a player or Manager of the Rams?   
    Another click bait thread to have a go at our clubs manager...zzzz
     
    He is in trouble we all know that but he inherited a shambles was unsupported in the January window..I prefer to get behind him and the team and hope they salvage the season
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    Yani P got a reaction from RoyMac5 in Has Rooney been more successful as a player or Manager of the Rams?   
    Another click bait thread to have a go at our clubs manager...zzzz
     
    He is in trouble we all know that but he inherited a shambles was unsupported in the January window..I prefer to get behind him and the team and hope they salvage the season
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    Yani P got a reaction from RoyMac5 in Derby Managers In Focus (March 2021): From Nigel to Wayne   
    Pretty unfair to count the games where he wasn't solely in charge 😐
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    Yani P reacted to IslandExile in Has Rooney been more successful as a player or Manager of the Rams?   
    If you look back at my posts, you will see that I was actually one of the first to support Rooney's appointment as manager - even though I felt his presence had undermined Cocu.
    Results went well at first but that was coincident with Bielik and Kazim-Richards returning to fitness.
    Rooney's tactics and public calling out of players has impacted on my confidence in him. I know the quality of the squad is as poor as it's been for years but even so....
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