As we approach the final furlong of this run of articles, today is a post match review of yesterdays disappointing draw with Bristol City.
The game was actually pretty entertaining but has to go down as two points lost and certainly threw up more questions than answers about where the Rams are at. Read the rest of this entry
With the possible exception of Craig Bryson, Derby County have not had any hero players for some time. Sure we’ve had Chris Martin, Tom Ince and going back a little further maybe Stevie Howard. But we’ve not had an Igor, a Dean Saunders, a Mark Wright or a Bobby Davison for ages. A player universally and unconditionally loved by all Rams fans.
Whilst it remains early days, the signs are that Jack Marriott may be about to break that mould. Read the rest of this entry
When I was planning this campaign of articles, I always had in my mind that I wanted to have “Derby County Stats” behind one of the windows, fully aware that some people absolutely love this stuff and some people don’t.
I do enjoy a good stats feast every now and again myself but would not know where to start in terms of producing an article. Thus who better to step up to the plate but my good friend and fellow DCFC Blogcaster Ollie Wright from The Derby County Blog. Take it away Ollie! Read the rest of this entry
Every time there is an international break, I always think this is the perfect time to do a Barometer, with no games or major Rams goings on to make your points redundant before you’ve started.
For various reasons this never quite works out, but this time it has, so check out the latest Ramspace DCFC Barometer below. Read the rest of this entry
Last night I went to the first of our double header against Hull to witness the Rams thumping 4-0 win in the Carabao Cup.
Never before has six English pounds delivered so much value at a game of football with goals and chances galore and the all new Rams forward line generally running riot! Here’s some thoughts on what went down.
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