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Steve Bloomer's Washing

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  1. Morning! The new year sees Derby County still unbeaten (enjoy it while it lasts!), as Crystal Palace are dispatched in the FA Cup before Duane Holmes' late volley snatches an unlikely point on Teeside. How long can the Rams continue their undefeated stretch in 2020? Penalties, Rooney, VAR, Deon Burton (!), transfer rumours and loads more are all discussed in our latest pod. We were also joined on the phone once again by Daily Telegraph Midlands football reporter John Percy, who filled us in on the latest loan links with the Rams, gave us his take on FFP, the rumoured new investment, and how he's found covering Mr Rooney since his arrival.
  2. Cheers! Appreciate that. Another pod being recorded tomorrow taking in Palace and Boro.
  3. Happy New Year all, Derby start the new year as they ended the last - with a 2-1 home win easing unrest around Pride Park. How influential was Wayne Rooney after his long-awaited debut for the Rams against Barnsley? Chris and Tom analyse Captain Wazza's first appearance, and also single out Derby's academy youngsters for more praise. With an FA Cup tie away at Crystal Palace next, we're also joined by Eagles fan Alan Burrows, who filled us in on their season so far, players to watch and how seriously they'll take the competition. Cheers, Chris
  4. Seasons greetings, 2019 is nearly over, and frankly it can't finish soon enough for Phillip Cocu's travel sick Rams, as only a last minute bundled equaliser spares them the embarrassment of another away defeat, this time at bottom club Wigan Athletic. Chris and Richard analyse the talking points from Derby's Boxing Day fixture, look back on the year that was and make a few New Year's resolutions for Derby's players. Thanks to everyone on the forum who's listened and fed back on the podcast this year - we'll be back to continue chatting Rams nonsense in 2020. Cheers Chris
  5. Thanks Andrew! It's an episode we had been planning for a while, and in an odd way it was nice to be able to talk about a more successful era, rather than the shambles we are at the moment...
  6. Morning Our latest podcast is up now, and is a tribute to Jim Smith's six years as Derby boss, including: - Our favourite memories of the 95/96 promotion side - Who we thought were the most important figures in establishing Derby in the Premier League - Our view on the Bald Eagle's three best (and three worst) Derby signings - Contributions from Darryl Powell, Dean Sturridge, Malcolm Christie, and a recital of his special 'Bald Eagle' poem from Jamie Thrasivoulou Cheers Chris
  7. Morning, Aware that a) We're not thrilling to watch right now and b) Everyone else has done this, but nonetheless, here's our podcast on our Derby County Team of the Decade. We've put together our combined XI (Plus 4 subs) from the last ten years. Have a listen, cheers! Chris
  8. Morning, Our latest Rams podcast is out now, containing (but not limited to) the following: - Preston, Fulham and QPR analysed: Is our home or away form more reflective of where we are this season? - Which of the injured first teamers are missing most? - How strong a team will Cocu put out against Palace? - 'Where Ram I' Cheers, Chris
  9. Apologies if missed, but is the game not on Rams TV today?
  10. Maybe Bryson just didn't want to publicly criticise a man who's outfought a pack of wild dogs.
  11. Yeah I probably could/should have pushed him further on McClaren tbh. Didn't see that answer coming! Appreciate we could've also asked more about Warnock and Cardiff, but hopefully the rest of it made up for it.
  12. We've got another Rams interview to get everyone through the international break. Craig Bryson joined us to reflect on his 276 games in a Rams shirt. He told us: - Which Rams boss he enjoyed playing for most. - His best Rams memories and favourite goal he scored (it wasnt against Forest). - The Derby manager he 'didn't see eye-to-eye with' - His thoughts on retirement... and how he qualified as a personal trainer 'when he was bored in Cardiff'. Hope you enjoy it. https://soundcloud.com/user-147200653/sbw-meets-craig-bryson
  13. Hi all, Another episode of our *cough* now award-nominated *cough* podcast is available now, where we tackle these topics: - Forest: Several positives despite the result.... should we have had a draw? - Boro: How are the home and away form so different? Are Boro dark horses for the drop? - Goodbye Richard Keogh: Has the captain completely ruined his Derby legacy through his sacking? - Plus: 'Where Ram I', Tom's giant sausage roll, and our next player interview revealed. Cheers! Chris
  14. Cheers for this - our chat with Percy is from 16mins 34secs in on the link above (unless you wanna hear us talking about losing to Millwall last season).
  15. Yeah worst timing ever for that. 🤦‍♂️ We'll go at it in the next pod once all the dust has settled...
  16. The Rams are not quite 'mauled by the Tigers', but certainly well beaten as two second half goals mean another defeat on the road. There was, however, that papering-over-the-cracks last minute win over Wigan to compensate for Derby's latest loss - leaving Chris, Tom and Anton to wonder at what point we write off 2019/20 as Officially A Transition Season. There's also Goal of the Month, WhereRamI, and plenty more Rams chat. Thanks for listening!
  17. Lampard, Rowett, Clement, McClaren all had terrible away results too, but there was definitely a certain something about Saturday. Just the way we rolled over, didn't compete physically, looked disorganised and not up for it. Cant afford many more of these...
  18. Another London away day, another catastrophic performance. Richard, Anton and Ryan unpick the mess that was Charlton 3 Derby 0, and ask if the warning signs are there that the Rams are in for a midtable campaign...(or worse?). There are some of your hilarious 'five word reviews', and Richard once again disgraces himself at Guess The XI. Thanks for listening! Chris
  19. I still partly blame Tom Ince for that playoff defeat, for failing to beat the first man from an injury time corner, from which Robertson scored what turned out to be the decisive goal. Petty and irrational, but there you go.
  20. New podcast out now on all the usual channels. Cheers! Derby's small but nonetheless important unbeaten run continues with seven points in (just over) seven days, thanks to consecutive morale-boosting home wins. Chris and Richard are joined by SBW debutant Ryan Burton to look back on the Rams' last two league fixtures. Questions we attempt to tackle include: Should Jayden Bogle play further forward? How long can we stay unbeaten for? And is Graeme Shinnie the answer in Derby's midfield?
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