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You The Jury – Nigel Clough

After a brief renaissance which just about secured our Championship status, the season looks to be ending on a very dismal note, with only a daunting trip to Reading standing between us and 4 straight defeats.

Despite threats of mass changes and significant transfer investment, many fans are once again suggesting that Nigel Clough is not the man to take us forward.  Take our test and see if you’re one of them.

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Square Pegs in Square Holes – Please.

Nigel has often spoken this season about positive team selections (which is ironic because most of the tactics and team selection since Christmas has made me want to kill myself). However if ever there was a day to be brave, this is it. Here’s my team for today:- Read the rest of this entry

Post Match Thoughts – Burnley

I’ve waited 24 hours to avoid a bitter four letter tirade against Mears and Laws (for the record, neither did anything particularly offensive yesterday, I just hate them both). But if you can bear to remind yourself of yesterday’s gutting defeat at Burnley, here’s my thoughts. Read the rest of this entry

Watford – Post Match Thoughts

Another Saturday home game, another hammering dished out. Its great to be a Derby fan at the moment and when was the last time you thought that?

Here’s my thoughts on yesterdays stinging of the Hornets (sorry). Read the rest of this entry

Post Match Thoughts – Donny Away

Last night I went to watch the Rams batter Donny and I’m still buzzing. For those who didn’t go, make no mistake, the scoreline was a travesty and 4-1 or 5-2 would have been a much fairer reflection. Herewith my thoughts:- Read the rest of this entry

Middlesbrough Post match thoughts

Whilst there is a strong argument (and temptation) to cut and paste my Palace post match thoughts here, lets give the Rams second Champagne Supernova performance in 4 days the respect it deserves.

Herewith my thoughts :- Read the rest of this entry

Palace Post Match Thoughts

Regardless of the circumstances and the opposition, it was fantastic to see Derby properly smash someone up for the first time in ages. It was even nicer to go home without feeling completely depressed and questioning everything from team selection to why Greggs aren’t allowed to open on matchdays when there’s such a serious pastry shortage in the stadium. 

Here’s some thoughts on Saturdays football fiesta.
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Sheffield Utd Post Match Thoughts

For the first time since the Leeds game, Derby got what they deserved; which, on this occasion, was unfortunately nothing. Here’s my post match thoughts from Saturdays debacle. Read the rest of this entry