For the most part last night, I really enjoyed the game and thought The Rams gave a more than good account of themselves.
It was an absolute travesty that, at the exact point we had them wobbling, the officials took it away from us. Anyway here’s a few quick thoughts on the proceedings. Read the rest of this entry
The Rams went into yesterday’s game on a tidal wave of positivity on the back of two thumping wins, knowing that another one would have landed us firmly in the top 6 going into the international break.
With no league wins at Pride Park this season and no wins against Burnley anywhere since 2007, even the law of averages suggested a DCFC win. Here’s my thoughts on where it all went belly up. Read the rest of this entry
Unbelievably its day 16 of “30 days of Ramspace”. Thanks everyone for all the comments and tweets; they’re all appreciated and definitely make the site more interesting. Next weeks articles are already in the can, so don’t worry about any let up from us!
A bit of Friday fun here for you in the form of a series of Rams related polls. Make your vote and log back later to see how the results are building up. Read the rest of this entry
This was going to be yesterdays post, in the slipstream of Simons piece on the re-signing of Granty, but got bumped by the breaking news on John Brayford contract.
Anyway, as is the normal form, here’s a brief lowdown on how Grantys been doing during his time at Burnley from someone who has witnessed it first hand. Read the rest of this entry
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