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
Just when you thought you were in a safe space, we have decided to tackle the biggest issue of the day once and for all. Brexit.
If, like most sane people, you have no idea who or what to believe about Brexit, we’ve made it plain and simple for fans of Derby County. Read on and see where your heart really lies in this historical debate/car crash. Read the rest of this entry
Today it’s time to meet another guy you probably already know. You see him on TV, you see his quotes on twitter and you probably can find his inspirational videos on YouTube.
It’s a guy I’m growing to dislike more and more every weekend. It’s the Hipster Coach! Read the rest of this entry
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
You will all be well aware of the super cool football meets music creative design project Bands FC.
If you are not, the idea is that the guys merge a bands logo with an appropriate football badge to produce a new badge that represents both.
Regular readers will know that we have always liked to merge a bit of music and football so here’s our own take on Bands FC. Read on, you’ll get the jist.
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
Remember in the days before the Premier League, when football was brilliant? Before Sky ruined everything with their money and weird kick off times? When all your players were born within 10 miles of the stadium?
Well if you don’t, here’s a man who does. Meet The Preacher Man, he’s searching for the soul of the game. Read the rest of this entry