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Running 10k each time Derby don't win in 2021

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On 08/12/2020 at 19:36, Sean said:

Admins/mods, apologies if this is inappropriate or in the wrong place!

As part of a personal mission to make a difference both to myself and others next year, and hopefully to also provide a boost to our local healthcare services, I am committing myself to running 10k each time Derby County fail to win a game (i.e. draw or lose) during 2021. If current form is anything to go by, I'll be stick thin by March!

I have started a GoFundMe page to hopefully do a bit of good while also having a bit of fun following our beloved Rams next year. I struggled to settle on a particular charity to support but have gone with the Derby and Burton Hospital Charity in light of the fantastic work they have done in tough circumstances in 2020. If you would wish to donate and provide me some much-needed motivation I'd appreciate literally anything!


My other thought was for the Derby City Mission who I know we had done some fundraising for on this forum earlier in the year, please also consider helping their cause if you would prefer;


Long and the short of it is...

We're going to make it a good year in 2021. Quote me, screenshot me, @ me.

Great effort mate. You'll be in Plymouth by March.

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23 minutes ago, Sean said:

I'd stop now before it gets too expensive 😂

There's a saying in our family that goes back 9 generations...

"A real man looks good in pink, and never breaks a promise"!



Sorry... not generations... minutes!  😲


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