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  1. Joe Ledley Signed - Until January

    You can't normally sign a free agent who wasn't a free agent when the window shut, but there must be an exception rule here. Krul had already agreed to a loan, which would obviously be ended if his contract with Newcastle is terminated because where's he on loan from?! In that case there must be a rule allowing the club who loaned him, and that club only, to sign him permanently- its not fair otherwise, not their choice Newcastle released him.
  2. Joe Ledley Signed - Until January

    Good as deal as we were gonna get there. He has to fight to get an extension, and we can ease Thorne back in. If it doesn't work out he can leave in Jan and we can buy a younger player, all makes sense to me.
  3. Joe Ledley Signed - Until January

    Think this move is the best we can hope for after an appalling summer window imo. The midfield should have been a priority even before selling Hughes, let alone after! Should have brought in someone young with energy to complement the slower Thorne and Huddlestone, but alas we left it too late. Weve obviously got no choice but to sign at least one free agent, our midfield may as well not be there at the Moment. From what's left I don't think anyone can argue that ledley ain't the best option there really. He's an established international, definitely has a bit of bits about him and should have something to prove to the wales management as well, so the motivation should be there. The situation where we have to bring in an older slower player is poor and all of our own making, but we have to accept we are where we are, and given the situation ledley is a pretty good move imo. Think he will definately make a difference to the team, if of course he has been keeping fit...
  4. Forest's Greek Tragedy

    Ourselves in a training game, well still be too slow
  5. January 2018 Transfer Suggestions Thread

    Would be the sort of player we'd buy tbf, one game of good form, 30 and past it looking for a pay day...
  6. The 2017/18 Academy Thread

    Hope not, have we actually got 3 midfielders under professional contract?
  7. If we lose Saturday

    Well I'm missing this one so we're guaranteed to win don't worry, I'm with the scousers all day so I'd probably prefer to watch us get dicked again... Rowetts job ain't under threat yet imo, however he ain't gonna make it too much longer if things don't get better. I've certainly lowered my expectations after the window, but we should still be at least putting some sort of challenge on the top 6.
  8. Kelle Roos - joined Port Vale on emergency loan

    Yes.... not really the aim of the rule...
  9. Kelle Roos - joined Port Vale on emergency loan

    They can't confirm a permanent transfer, only arrange it to go through when the window opens by filing paperwork etc. That can be done for any transfer at any time.
  10. Is Rowett up to the job

    Is that Hanson in the number 10 I see?!
  11. Richard Keogh - always got a mistake in him

    So not selling Keogh was a bigger mistake by Pearson than bit replacing Martin/ not getting rid of him in the first place? Ok then
  12. Best XI since we got relegated

    Carson Wisdom Keogh Barker Forsyth Thorne Hughes Ince Commons Ibe Martin Funny how so many are still here really...
  13. Richard Keogh - always got a mistake in him

    Should be dropped next game imo, needs some time out, almost seems a little panicky which I wouldn't expect.
  14. My wife just used my Derby Towel.....

    The towel or his wife?
  15. Derby County V Birmingham CIty

    Wasn't there so can't comment but doesn't seem like we actually got the ball to him so it's probably not his fault. However the whole team needs to be looked at when such an appalling result happens, and as so significant changes will be made.

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