Friends, it’s been a while. Nothing sinister outside of being busy with work, having no enthusiasm to write about DCFC and finding it hard to think of anything to say that everyone else wasn’t already saying and thinking.
That said, a Rams brain dump is long overdue so here goes a quick stream of DCFC consciousness. Read the rest of this entry
One of the main criticisms of this blog over the years is that it is too positive and looks at all things DCFC through a black and white coloured Kaleidoscope of awesomeness.
Let me say right now, I would like nothing better than to be writing a piece about how we are nailed on for promotion, a comedy piece relating Rams players to Shed 7 B-sides or even a classic Barometer (don’t currently have 5 positives). However with the current situation at our club getting more farcical by the day and impending disaster at Rotherham and, god forbid, the next home game entirely possible, I need to get some things out there. Read the rest of this entry
In the month of December I wrote a series of articles for this blog as part of the Ramspace advent calendar feature.
Although the topics and people covered were varied, there was a common thread of positivity, underpinned by a clear conviction that the Rams, along with Middleborough, were in the process of storming their way into the Premier league.
This was a very different Rams team and head coach and there was no way we would fall away again, as in previous years.
Six weeks later, Paul Clement is consigned to DCFC history and the Rams are arguably in the biggest state of turmoil we have seen since the horror days of Phil Brown and the 3 Amigos. Read the rest of this entry
Last week I was asked to write a piece on Shaun Barker for possible future publication elsewhere.
The piece may or may not appear and will almost certainly be edited. However as a welcome break from the troubles of the current Rams, herewith our tribute to Barks. Read the rest of this entry
Isn’t it great when the big boys fuck up. We’ve all laughed our arse off at Chelsea’s fiasco of a season, drank in the misery of Man Utd’s laughable transfers and tedious losing football and tell me you don’t love it when Man City get ritually humiliated in the Champions league.
Yes it’s great when the big boys get shafted. Unless of course you support the said big boy in question. Read the rest of this entry
Yesterday’s game at Boro was ultimately a disappointing afternoon with the two late goals and the subsequent delirium from them a tough one to take.
However I said in my preview piece, whatever the result, there was no need for either euphoria or meltdown and I haven’t changed my mind on that one after the event.
Here’s my thoughts on the game. Read the rest of this entry
Tomorrow I, along with 2899 other Rams fans, will be venturing up to Middlesbrough to see the top two teams in the Championship lock horns in what should be a cracking day out and a top game.
With some of the utter pish that Sky have shown from the Championship in the last month, quite how this isn’t on TV is anyone’s guess, but that’s their problem. Read the rest of this entry
So here it is, window 24. The double doors when you were a kid, the extra large chocolate now. Thanks to everyone has tweeted, re-tweeted, commented or just read the articles, it is all appreciated. Thanks also to Stew, Joel, Jon and Olly for their cracking contributions.
To conclude this campaign there is only one person it can be – Derby County owner, chief investor and all round local hero, Mr Mel Morris. Read the rest of this entry
Today, the 23rd of December is my son’s birthday, so it seems fitting that today’s piece is focused on his favourite player, mercurial Rams CDM, holding midfielder, quarter back, deep lying midfielder, “number 4” (choose your favourite) – George Thorne. Read the rest of this entry
As we hit the home straight, it’s time to roll out the big guns, so today it’s Derby County Head Coach Paul Clement.
Paul has only been with us a relatively short space of time but already he has created a totally different feel around all first team activities. Read the rest of this entry