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Bob The Badger

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  1. Bringing the game into disrepute. What he did was utterly disgusting and belongs in some tin-pot South American pub league game. He hauled Wilson down who reacted somewhat angrily but then turned to walk away lowering his head as he did. You would have thought somebody had put a 10,000-volt cattle prod on his gonads the way he went down. He then went from an utter tool to a complete scumbag by going to the refs assistant miming that he was head-butted. If a Derby player had done what he did I'd be embarrassed. He deliberately tried to get a fellow professional sent off for literally doing nothing. I get overacting when you are fouled, at least there was a foul to begin with, but this is despicable and quite honestly, I think he should have his penis sanded down to a pulp with an orbital sander running on slow speed, and then burned at the stake. Then again, even that may be too good for him, so I'll think of something more fitting.
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    v Wigan (a) match day thread

    Yeh but he didn't deserve the first yellow, there wasn't even close to being any contact, so there is that. Wait till you see it on RamsTV, Morsy should be disciplined for that.
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    v Wigan (a) match day thread

    I was watching on TV and Wilson did zero wrong in either instance - there was no silly reaction. He turned to walk away and lowered his head as you do as you start to walk. He actually acted with maturity because he'd just been hauled down and didn't get a blatant free kick. Morsy went over like a sack of spuds when Wilsons head never came within a foot of his and he was at right angles to him. The replay was shown 7 or 8 times in all, there is no debate. I think it was Kevin Wilson who said 'he's going to be really embarrassed when he (Morsy) sees that'. As for the 'dive' - he never even appealed ffs! Plus he jumped straight back up again. Wilson did great and when people see the replay nobody will have any doubt.
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    What American teams do you support?

    We are witnessing an all-time great with Donald. I have never seen a defensive player take over games as he can do. The best since Lawrence Taylor and there have been some good ones in that time. As for Gurley, well that guy is in the Marshall Faulk league and that's saying something. I thought he was being petulant when he was whining about Fisher's offense being at high-school, but it appears you was 10% right.
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    What American teams do you support?

    Must have been it's the only overall #1 we have had other than Goff, since we took the great Orlando Pace way back when before the GSOT.
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    What American teams do you support?

    I hear you on the Gurley name!
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    What American teams do you support?

    Snagged these babies yesterday and off to LA on 11th of next month! Go Rams!
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    3rd Round FA Cup Draw, Monday 3rd December

    I think you make a great point and I'll take it further. Fans in their twenties and even thirties see their life going on for decades and just presume it will happen one day. I, and I suspect you too, have sat through seasons of mediocrity and even in the top flight it's not much fun. The seasons we went up under Cox and Jim Smith were infinitely better and more exciting than a dozen I could mention in the 1st Division or Premier League. If you said to me you can only have a chance of going up at the start of the season. Or only have a chance of winning the F A Cup, AND you can start in the quarter final, I'd still take the league because I doubt we'd win the cup. But the certainty of winning something we have only won once in 130 years is much more exciting, at least to a few of us.
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    3rd Round FA Cup Draw, Monday 3rd December

    I cannot be arsed to go and check, but I bet if you look at the last 20 clubs to get promotion from to the Premier league, none have won a damn thing. We all know if we go up every season will then be a battle to stay up with maybe every 5 years the glimpse of European football. Leicester probably pulled of the greatest upset and achievement in English football.....ever.
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    3rd Round FA Cup Draw, Monday 3rd December

    My best mate's mum is in her 80's and dead. So I'll roll the dice and take your best mates mum. She'd better be hot!
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    3rd Round FA Cup Draw, Monday 3rd December

    Stoke have a bulging wallet as do Swansea and a team we put to the sword from the west midlands. Hull had a bulging wallet too as did Sunderland, it hasn't done either of them much good. Give me the silverware, a day to tell our grandkids about and European football next season and I'll love you forever. And just because we don't go up now, doesn't mean we can't next season. I've watched Derby for far too long to turn down a big success today for potential success tomorrow. As Ian Hall used to say, 'everybody wants jam tomorrow'
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    3rd Round FA Cup Draw, Monday 3rd December

    You didn't think that through, did you? I said I'd take the F A Cup, so that makes it a 100% certainty. Us going up and buying better players makes it more likely than it is now, but it's still highly unlikely. Here's a list of cup winners going back 28 years to 1990. There's a grand total of 2 smaller clubs won it. I'll take the trophy now and worry about next season next season. Because nobody starts off a conversation, 'wow, can you remember that season when we finished 16th. Wasn't it amazing?'
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    3rd Round FA Cup Draw, Monday 3rd December

    I'm sure I'll be ripped for this, but if you offered me winning the FA Cup or getting promoted, I'd take the cup. Going back to 1970 I have seen Derby play hundreds of games at the top level and all our home European games and other than obviously winning the 1st division twice, well over half of my most memorable games have been in cup competitions. Benfica Real Madrid Atletico Madrid Man Utd at Hillsborough (for the wrong reasons) Plymouth (for the wrong reasons) Forest when Peter Taylor and Roy Mac were in charge and Cloughie was humbled Newcastle in the 6th round The string of games against Wednesday played in freezing conditions And I'm marginally to young to remember, but the older group will undoubtedly throw in Chelsea in the League Cup in 1967 And I'm 4,500 miles away so wasn't there, but I bet there are younger Derby fans who already have the Man Utd game on their list You get promoted hoping to win stuff. Id take the winning stuff now. Winning the cup would be a day we'd never forget.
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    What American teams do you support?

    Surprised so few Rams fans. When I was looking for a team to follow back i n 1984, the L A Rams were an utter no-brainer!
  15. Bob The Badger

    What American teams do you support?

    You sure like to spread the love around the country!
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