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  1. I remember one game (vs Swindon) at BBG when about half a dozen Swindon supporters got into the Popside (about 8 feet from where I was standing). They were being idiots and were intent on winding up us Derby fans.. I seem to recall that it took the stewards till early 2nd half to move them out of the Popside , despite several Rams fans telling the stewards right through the first half that they were there and intent on causing trouble...
  2. Reluctantly Out... I appreciate that any new manager needs time to bed in and get his style of play across, but 17th in the table at the halfway point of the season is (in my opinion at least) not acceptable. Were we going to be challenging for the title? I honestly couldn't say, and it's pretty obvious that we're missing the touches of Mount, Wilson and Tomori and the injury list is a concern, but we should be better than 17th. So either he's lost the dressing room, or he's been hyped up to be better than he actually is. If he's given the rest of the season, he'd better make sure that we don't get relegated, or he's certainly going to sent back to the Netherlands with his P45.
  3. It's being reported as breaking news on the Daily Mirror's website... Great manager...RIP
  4. Have to agree. If the Lampard saga had been concluded quickly (and let's face it, once Chelsea declared an interest in Lamps, there was only one place he was going to be at the start of the season), then things might have been a little different, but we need to give him time, rather than chop and change manager at the moment, because with the off the field drama, the sort of manager we need (a modern day Fergie or Cloughie) is not going to come anywhere near Pride Park.
  5. No, because this was not the club's fault. It was the fault of three "professionals" (i use the term loosely) who thought that they didn't have to obey the rules set down by the club hierarchy. Mel Morris didn't have to do what he did yesterday, but to do it shows how much he cares about the club and the fans. Not many business owners would go round their customers and apologise because some of their employees couldnt obey simple rules and instead behaved like idiots. The only way my faith in the club would be shaken is if (irrelevant of the court case) DCFC didnt impose any punishment on the individuals concerned.
  6. Bl**dy idiots both of them! Should they be sacked? That's a difficult call, and only really one that Mel and Cocu can make. Personally, I'd keep them on, but for an extensive period (3 or 6 months for example) make them train,but also do all the jobs that are normally done by behind the scenes staff...so 6 months of marking out the pitch, mowing the pitch, cleaning the stadium, cleaning the kit and boots...in short keep them match fit, deny them any chance at playing and make sure they realise just how bl**dy stupid they've been and how grateful they should be to have a career that pays so well
  7. If Gillett wants to buy a club, please can someone point him away from Pride Park, and up the M1 to Bury, where they'd appreciate anyone over the current owner... We don't need Gillett trying to do with us what they tried to do at Liverpool.
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