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  1. By the way, just another bit of trivia. On Saturday, young Louie, by my reckoning equalled a Rams record set by Jack Bowers in 1929 by scoring four times in his first two full League games. Jack Bowers also scored one on his debut at home and the following week scored an away hat-trick. He did not score in the next game. So come on Louie, put at least one past Reading 😃😀😀
  2. Ian Hutchinson was not from Burton. He was a Derby lad. He lived on Middleton Avenue, Littleover and went to Pastures Hill school. He left there to become an apprentice millwright at International Combustion and signed as a part-time pro for Burton Albion where he partnered Richie Barker up front before Richie joined the Rams. Hutch was sold for £10k to Cambridge United (who were on course for promotion to the football league from the Southern League) for what was then a record fee for a non league player - beaten when Derby paid Worcester City £12k for Roger Davies. Hutch was only a
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