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Ramos

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    I've seen your wandering eyes
  • Birthday 04/10/91

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  1. Leeds United V Derby County

    I just wanna see him score again for us. At one point about 2 years ago I thought he would be the first Derby striker in my time to hit 100 for us. Sadly his goals have dryed up, he could do with a good run in the team though.
  2. Not good enough oops sorry my auto response for after every game was still on.
  3. Life Ruined

    I genuinely never noticed the actual eye lol... but I just thought it had no eyes to represent the way we give the ball away like we're blind.
  4. Isak Olafsson

    He will misplace one pass and the crowd will be singing "let him go.. let him go"
  5. Only 22,000 at that game. Thought the attendances had picked up by then! I seem to recall a Millwall player going down injured off the pitch and crawling back on to it. Think we really missed Martin that day when he was at his best for us.
  6. We Need The Fans To Get Behind Us Every Game

    On the electronic advertising boards it said bounce on Sunday when we were singing that song. Maybe if we both boo it will say boo on the boards instead? Then those dam players will know!!!!!
  7. Derby County V Notts Forest

    Ironically he had none, but I had a whole pack of penguins, orange clubs, caramel rockeys and time outs for the office. Surprised he didn't mug me.
  8. Derby County V Notts Forest

    Literally walked into kenny burns today at markeaton island petrol station. Wanted to say something but as a keyboard warrior saying something in person is my biggest fear of all. Mind you, I had to walk into him as there was no way round him. Take that kenny.
  9. B4 type battle cry.....Bring on the forest

    I was going to say I'm convinced he has never scored against forest even at his most prolific for us. Maybe to reignite his career with Derby, he will on Sunday? I would love nothing more.
  10. Best and worse 3 managers in the last 40 years.

    I'd have to go last 20 or so as I have only been around 26 years. Best 3: Jim Smith George Burley (if he hadn't of suddenly left, I honestly think he would have got us promoted the next season) Steve McClaren Worst 3: Phil Brown Paul Jewell John Gregory
  11. The decline of Radio Derby (?)

    Completely agree with this and have thought it for some time. If I had a choice, I'd prefer my Radio Derby commentator to be more like Sam Matterface on Talksport or Ian Dennis I think it is on Radio Five Live, who commentate on what is happening, rather than what they think should be happening. Would rather hear... "a poor pass from huddlestone is cut out by the Bristol City midfield" than " o and huddestone has given it away slopply again, Derby just aren't doing the basics... craig say something outrageous" sorry got carried away with the end bit there, but hopefully people get what I mean. I don't mind if then after the game they summarise in more detail Derby's performance overall, but during it I want to hear whats going on, not moaning, constantly. I think Ed and Craig are maybe even worse than most Derby fans for not being able to accept that this Derby team is not as good, and is not the team from four years ago.
  12. Bristol City v Derby County

    I'd say my passion for the team and my lack of almost caring now when we lose, has a similar feeling for the last 18 months or so of Nigel Clough's time at the club. For me during that time, we had gotten into rut over 3 years or so where the football didn't improve and it felt like we were going nowhere, but still sticking with Nigel in the hope we'd go somewhere. Now it's the opposite, no stability in terms of managers, chopping and changing and it just feels like we are in a rut again where no manager seems capable of turning this squad into a consistent competitive team. Problem is, the cure last time for me was when we brought Mac in and it was a breath of fresh air for the club. This time that can't be the answer, because no new manager coming in can get my hopes up. If Nigel Pearson, Mac x2, Paul Clement and now seemingly Gary Rowett can't get this team to gel and unify in the ways that Hughton did it at Brighton and Howe at Bournemouth, then no new manager will excite me. Maybe Rowett will be our new Nigel Clough, 3 or 4 years of having to build a team again and unify it, before either himself or someone else coming in to take us onto the next level. For me, we may as well give him at least 2 seasons, no point keep chopping and changing, as it has shown, it won't achieve anything. Sadly I think the team we built and how agonisingly close we came to promotion has long gone. Will take us probably another 2 seasons after this to build a team that can challenge.
  13. Bristol City v Derby County

    Mac mk III?! #unfinishedbusiness
  14. Kieftenbeld..... has he really signed?

    Have you watched the video of chris wilder (sheff u boss) on deadline day? Id say it would be very hard for any manager going into deadline day to be confident on any deals, based on what he had to go through. We said we didnt want to over pay all transfer window but we got too stubborn by the looks of it and ended up panic buying it would seem. Its biten us hard. Free transfer looks likely now.
  15. A pattern

    Certainly not a goalscoring midfielder. Playmaker was always his main remit for me. Clever passes, helping to create space, and chances. But once all elements of our passing side from 13/14 all but disappeared he struggled to make an impact in a team... which well struggled to make an impact on matches. Hughes thrives in a passing team, our slow brand of football in the last two years blunted him.
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