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    rynny got a reaction from Dimmu in Loan watch 2019/20   
    Bad day for Luton yesterday, losing to Hull 3-0 as well 😂
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    rynny reacted to dog in Pets   
    Ours is on the way out. The thin balance between enjoying life and suffering has clearly been crossed.
    The vet had said it would be quick and he wasn't wrong. Heart disease
    She didn't have breakfast this morning, she's not walking. 
    Took her to see my folks for the last time this morning
    Had her as a rescue dog eleven years ago so she's done well
    Taking her to the vet on Wednesday
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    rynny reacted to Carl Sagan in Loan watch 2019/20   
    I always get Luton and Lincoln mixed up. Guess in a wildcard search they're both L*n. Though I don't mix them up with London town.
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    rynny got a reaction from Carl Sagan in Loan watch 2019/20   
    Bad day for Luton yesterday, losing to Hull 3-0 as well 😂
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    rynny reacted to StockholmRam in Thank you Chris Martin   
    Can we add the match commentator too. He made it very special, i think he had to change his underpants at least five time during the first 80 mins. 
    He even describes Leeds as like Johan Cruyffs Dutch team of the 70s at one point. 
    I lost count how many times he told us that Derby have not even had a touch of the ball in the Leeds penalty area. Well, we had one that I recall, 
    Then finally there was the comment, cant remember word for word, but along the lines of " if Derby get anything out of this game it would be a complete trsvesty and they should be forced to hand the points over"
    Hope you are choking in yer cornflakes this morning you complete and utter nob end. 
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    rynny reacted to Andicis in Playing out from the Back   
    Keogh most certainly is, and has done under many different managers we've had. He's a brilliant ball playing centre back.
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    rynny reacted to Shuff264 in Playing out from the Back   
    Midfielders need to show more options, defenders can't play forward if their are no options.
    Don't be fooled by yesterday, Leeds are the best pressing side in the league. They make you look poo at passing, but if you can beat the press you get opportunities. You have to keep trying.
    If we as a team want to play out from the back, we have to keep playing out from the back. It's simply the only way we get better. We'll have a much easier time against other teams and will improve as long as we stick at it and work out the problems in training.
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    rynny reacted to desirelines in Playing out from the Back   
    Agree with this. I'm sure we've all sat near that bloke at PP to shouts "CLEAR IT CLEAR IT CLEAR IT" when we're playing around the back, then immediately throws his arms in the air and lets out an almighty howl of incredulity once the ball is cleared and Marriott doesn't win the arial battle with their 6ft4 centre-back. 
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    rynny reacted to SWRam in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    Sideshowbob!!!
    I miss him.
     
     
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    rynny reacted to Carnero in Playing out from the Back   
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    rynny reacted to Mucker1884 in Playing out from the Back   
    Not sure today is the best time to assess our attributes for this. 
    We've just played by far the best pressing team in the division.  They are exceedingly good at it, despite what the result shows. 
    I doubt we'll struggle so much against anyone else, and particularly at home, so gotta be worth persevering with for a while longer, at least. 
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    rynny reacted to Ellafella in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    Yes thanks @rynny; it was the Bamford one. Glad to hear it wasn’t aimed at the Derby fans. .
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    rynny got a reaction from Inverurie Ram in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    The 2 times I saw him on camera mouthing off in the first half, once was to Zoon for not tracking back which left Malone with 2 attackers to try and deal with and the 2nd was at the lino for not flagging Bamford offside when he lobbed it over the goal. 
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    rynny got a reaction from Carnero in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    The 2 times I saw him on camera mouthing off in the first half, once was to Zoon for not tracking back which left Malone with 2 attackers to try and deal with and the 2nd was at the lino for not flagging Bamford offside when he lobbed it over the goal. 
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    rynny got a reaction from Ellafella in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    The 2 times I saw him on camera mouthing off in the first half, once was to Zoon for not tracking back which left Malone with 2 attackers to try and deal with and the 2nd was at the lino for not flagging Bamford offside when he lobbed it over the goal. 
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    rynny reacted to cannable in The Championship 19/20   
    Slight tangent, but I thought we were better in 14/15 than 13/14. Injuries absolutely killed what should have been a title winning season.
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    rynny reacted to jimbo jones in Derbyshire Cricket 2019   
    161 was too big of a target to chase on that pitch, 10-15 runs less might have been achievable. Been a good tournament though, and at least I don’t have to hear “the only team not to make finals day” every time we are on sky anymore.
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    rynny reacted to Van Wolfie in Middlesbrough to sue the EFL over Derby's Stadium Purchase   
    The club / Mel is probably just fed up of being asked about it. Case stated. No further comment. 
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    rynny reacted to admira in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    That was brilliant. I watched the game in a Dublin sports bar with around 30 Leeds fans. When we scored I jumped up and went mental ... on my own. Luckily the Leeds fans laughed it off. 
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    rynny reacted to Alpha in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    Inexplicable or hilarious? 
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    rynny reacted to angieram in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    Well, I didn't expect to come on here at the end of such a topsy turvy performance to find someone trolling everyone with a diatribe against Keogh! Supporting Derby gets more bizarre by the minute. 😄
    Onto the game. I went to Elland Road with zero expectation so to travel back down the M1 with a precious point grabbed in the fashion it was by 'our' Chris Martin was just magical.
    I don't care that we didn't deserve it (how often have we said that about away sides at Pride Park?) but I do care about how shockingly unbalanced we looked for 60 minutes of the game. 
    I knew Leeds were going to have the majority of the ball so I presume that was Cocu's thinking in again playing two defensive midfielders but when we still look so abject defensively it is clearly not working. Huddlestone and Bielik were so close together at times in that first half that they were almost tripping over each other while the Leeds midfielders waltzed through us at will. Add in the fact that Waghorn spent most of the half just in front of Lowe and there really was no get out ball for our beleaguered defence.
    Given those circumstances, I actually think the defence came out with some credit. Yes, Leeds were wasteful, but Keogh, Lowe and Malone all played well and kept battling throughout. I felt sorry for Lowe scoring the own goal from a set piece that wasn't a foul in the first place, a cross from a player that was offside (how come Don Goodman has this special category of 'marginally' offside to defend poor officiating in favour of his preferred team?) and an unfortunate ricochet. 
    The second half started as the first with Leeds hitting the post and then the penalty. Klich's miss was a huge let-off that seemed to wake up both the Derby players and Cocu.
    Bringing Martin and Knight on gave Derby some much needed control on the ball. That in turn gave other players like Huddlestone, Malone and Lowe particularly the encouragement to push forward. I think it helped that Leeds were tiring too. I thought even so it was going to be too little too late but we kept plugging away and the equaliser, when it came, was oh so sweet.
    I loved the fact that Martin himself started the move in his own half with a deft touch out to Lowe, Knight involved in the move that sent Lowe down the right while Martin himself steamed forward at maximum Martin-pace into the area. Paterson deserves huge credit for digging out Lowe's cross and just got enough on the pass to allow Martin to hit it first time. What a celebration! 
    Ok, it wasn't a win and overall we were clearly second - or even third - best but we shared some passion and togetherness at the end of the game really for the first time this season.
    Small green shoots but if Phillip can learn just a little from today and maybe encourage some enterprise from the get-go by playing only one defensive midfielder and a man up front who can hold up the ball and bring others into play in the next few games that painful first half watch will have been worth it.
    Come on you Rams - you know you have it in you! 
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    rynny reacted to DazaDunn in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    Serious question. When I was slated for backing CM19, I always said he’ll score goals for us and do the Nugent role better than Nugent. 
     
    be honest, would Nugent have scored that goal today or was that Chrissy’s finishing ability? 
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    rynny reacted to Paul71 in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    You do realise people on here are just as entitled to their opinion as you are? 
    People disagreeing with you aren't saying you can't have your opinion,  they just don't agree with you,  which is no different to you disagreeing with theirs.
    Reading through the posts all i see is a differing of opinions but you getting aggressive with people because they dare disagree with you.
     
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    rynny reacted to Alpha in Leeds United (A) Match Thread   
    This season is poor. No argument. 
    It was how hard you went in on Keogh that got a reaction. 
    There's whole list of pathetic performers this season. 
    But previous seasons have not all been failure. Mac elevated us twice. Even Rowett did well in results considering the damage left by Clement and Pearson
    Clement spent big on an already good team and so I can understand calling his time a flop. 
    Pearson added nothing. Showed no promise.
    Rowett did little to help our future. 
    But Lampard was a success in terms of a season of playing better stuff, using young players and kind of rebuilding. But then he shot off and now Cocu must do the same
    I just can't agree that it's success or failure based on promotion. Some managers have improved on previous.
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