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Granty – The Perfect Fit Second Time Around?

As part of 30 days, we’ve asked a few of our friends and fellow DCFC disciples to get involved with putting some stuff together.

Kicking that aspect of the campaign off, herewith a great piece on the signing of Lee Grant and the Rams general goalkeeping situation from our resident expert on all matters between the sticks, Simon. Read the rest of this entry

World Soccer – DCFC season preview

As a quick post, herewith a sneak preview of our unedited contribution to next months World Soccer magazine, season preview supplement.

Just to be clear, the questions are generic and the idea is that you answer in around two sentences. Thus there’s not too much scope to wax lyrical.

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Rams End of Season Barometer

So Billy’s fell at the final hurdle yet again and the season is finally over for the Rams.

Before we get too far into the summer and the revolving doors get into full swing, here’s a brief personal summary of this season’s highs and lows.

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Rams Restructuring

With Nigel’s recent comments that the squad will be seriously shaken up this summer and Tom Glick’s more recent, “no signings, no season tickets” pledge, there is no doubt there are several members of the current squad who are now “at risk”.
 
With only 6 weeks and 8 games left for several players to “re-apply” for their jobs, here’s our verdict.

Post Match Thoughts – Reading

I think I was arguably more frustrated and disappointed by yesterdays defeat to Reading than the QPR debacle. How we lost is still beyond me and the list of missed opportunities for the Rams is growing by the week. Here’s some more detailed comment:- Read the rest of this entry

Rams Goalkeeper Poll

Here’s our first attempt at using the poll feature. I’ll try and make this prettier as we go along.


Bywater for Turner Prize?

In a season where The Rams are unlikely to pick up any silverware, it seems like two of our players are chasing prizes in the Arts world. Firstly we have Robbie Savage’s literary efforts that will no doubt gain a few award nominations…and then we have Stephen Bywater’s unlikely foray into the world of modern art. Read the rest of this entry

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