Has there ever been a player who has divided opinion amongst Derby fans more than Richard Keogh?
Whilst there is no debate at all about his wholehearted playing style and commitment to the cause, some fans love him whilst others can’t stand him and feel he is synonymous with everything that’s gone wrong on the pitch since 2014. Read the rest of this entry
Behind todays window we have Derby County CEO, Stephen Pearce.
Who? I hear you cry. You know the guy who used to sit on the fans forums with Rowett and Mel. No not John Vickers, the other one, didn’t say much. Yes him. Read the rest of this entry
Its Monday morning and exactly one week until Forest. So here’s a nice easy user friendly post for you to ease into the week and read whilst using the bathroom, waiting for public transport or queueing at the McDonalds drive through.
Its the Derby County Mel Morris era summed up using the medium of The Playlist. Read the rest of this entry
Todays another ‘cheat day’ in Advent terms as I get a rest from my daily more creative posts and give you the lowdown on yesterdays ‘gritty’ 1-0 win at Wigan.
As you will see there were plenty of things in this game, good and bad, that we have seen before but a wins a wins a win!
Heres what went down. Read the rest of this entry
Behind todays window it’s the Rams mercurial marmite winger, Tom Lawrence.
Over the last few years, I have written consistently that no player divides the opinion of Rams fans like Richard Keogh (and will do so again in the coming days!). However Tom Lawrence is increasingly starting to challenge that statement. Read the rest of this entry
In a vain attempt to keep these posts vaguely relevant and on trend, behind todays window we have superstar man of the moment, Harry Wilson.
Battle through a couple of paragraphs of my rubbish then kick back and enjoy a cracking YouTube video of the man himself doing his thing. Read the rest of this entry
Continuing yesterdays trip down misery lane with the Derby County recruitment team of Transfer windows past, here’s the second part of Mels Worst Eleven. Read the rest of this entry
From the final whistle of the 2014 play off final up to to the appointment of Frank Lampard, the recruitment at Derby County has been widely criticised and could be described as “generally woeful”. Our work in January is normally particularly season shattering.
With only a month to the re-opening of this years window. We thought we’d review the ghosts of windows past. Thus here’s part 1 of Mel’s ‘worst’ 11 – with subs and a manager and a youth team! Read the rest of this entry
Young footballers are now provided all manner of help and support from a veritable army of fitness coaches, nutritionists, councillors, financial advisors etc.
You may recall a while ago there was a small craze of ‘where are they now’ type articles around ex Rams players (Malcolm Christie selling cars etc). Bringing these two things together, Ramspace has discovered that ex Rams defender Youl Mawene has forged himself a nice career as a Love Doctor for the impressionable Academy youngster. Check it out. Read the rest of this entry
Behind the first window of our calendar today, I’ve actually switched up my plan and gone with a topical one in the form of Derby’s Number 1, Super Scott Carson.
The current player of the year has been almost flawless for the last three seasons. But now, for the first time since joining The Rams, Scotty finds himself a little bit under the microscope. Read the rest of this entry