Monthly Archives: December 2010

Where did it all go wrong?

In the aftermath of last nights debacle, it would be very easy (and understandable) to look for scapegoats and heads which need to roll.

It’s almost inexplicable to compare the positivity around the Rams at the end of November (when we were 4th in the league) to the feeling of despair and embarrassment shared by all Rams fans after last nights fiasco.

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Whats in the News?

If you’re as depressed as us by todays postponement, cheer yourself up with a browse through the papers. If you’ve not seen this, you’ll enjoy it. Silly Billy indeed. Read the rest of this entry

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

Goodbye and Good Luck Shefki

When Kuqi arrived on loan back in the middle of September, the enthusiasm that greeted his arrival was akin to that of signing Paul Dickov. However, like Dickov, he immediately won over fans with his 110% effort, whilst also showing the odd touch of class. Read the rest of this entry

Nice Problems To Have

Following the recent minor hiccup in results and, relative, loss of momentum, it struck me that the Rams have one or two issues on the table at the moment. However it also struck me that the current issues of the day are of a significantly different type to recent history. Read the rest of this entry

Cynical Stab at the Christmas Market

If you’re struggling for that last-minute, niche, Rams gift, don’t forget the cult classic “Bad Worst Worst” is still available. You can buy it from Amazon or you can buy it cheaper here :-

On receiving his copy, John Brayford said “hey thanks, it’s a book”.

Pitch over. Happy Christmas all.


Quality Derby County Stats Link

Last week I added a link (bottom right of your screen) to the Rams statistics page on Footy365.

If you haven’t looked at this, check it out, it’s really good. Once I work out how to make it more prominent, I will!