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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    Please God let them get within a Zamora's breath of staying up.

    Their pain won't hurt anywhere near as much if they just accept relegation. Hope is what they need to feel the full effect of it.
    Alf, if they get within 21 points of staying up they get to claim thet they would have stayed up had the EFL not persecuted them. If they don't get within 21 points they will say that the EFL persecuted them by restricting their transfer activity. If they do stay up (please no) they will be unbearable and will claim that Wayne is the Messiah and not just a naughty boy.


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    Default Re: The demise of Wayne Rooney's D***y County (in Administration)

    Youngster Kain Ryan leaves for Brighton.


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    Latest whine.

    Such a shame that we can't give some of our youth players (Plange, Ebiowei etc.) a chance in the first team due to ridiculous EFL rules. All they're doing is stopping young players getting a chance!

    These EFL rules eh, I shouldn't bother following them if I were you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by football post View Post
    Latest whine.

    Such a shame that we can't give some of our youth players (Plange, Ebiowei etc.) a chance in the first team due to ridiculous EFL rules. All they're doing is stopping young players getting a chance!

    These EFL rules eh, I shouldn't bother following them if I were you.
    'Tis the season of 'good will' and all that...

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    Was at a wedding all day yesterday at Horsley Lodge with fuck all signal - just got home checked the results from yesterday……




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    Quote Originally Posted by rockabilly View Post
    As good as that would be, i don't think my old ticker could take it, Alf.
    But think of their faces on the last day


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post
    But think of their faces on the last day


    I'll be in an ambulance by then.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rockabilly View Post


    I'll be in an ambulance by then.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Beardo7 View Post
    Was at a wedding all day yesterday at Horsley Lodge with fuck all signal - just got home checked the results from yesterday……
    I’m actually surprised they have electricity in that area of Derbyshire, never mind a mobile signal, because it is near Ilkeston, where it is currently about 1974.


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    Default Re: The demise of Wayne Rooney's D***y County (in Administration)

    Quote Originally Posted by football post View Post
    Latest whine.

    Such a shame that we can't give some of our youth players (Plange, Ebiowei etc.) a chance in the first team due to ridiculous EFL rules. All they're doing is stopping young players getting a chance!

    These EFL rules eh, I shouldn't bother following them if I were you.
    See this is the thing. These mutton rustlers honestly believe rules haven't applied to them for some time now, they've had a guy that brainwashed their identity so much they just can't accept reality.
    IF they didn't want to abide by the rules why are they even a football league member? Go and set up a breakaway league. That club is rotten to the core


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    Quote Originally Posted by sammy the snake View Post
    See this is the thing. These mutton rustlers honestly believe rules haven't applied to them for some time now, they've had a guy that brainwashed their identity so much they just can't accept reality.
    IF they didn't want to abide by the rules why are they even a football league member? Go and set up a breakaway league. That club is rotten to the core
    It's incredible what the Mel Morris era has done to their fanbase in a way. They have been so used to getting their own way over such a long period of time, that any time they actually do get punished for their wrongdoings or things go against them they see it as some sort of conspiracy against them. Its bizarre that they think they are being harshly treated when for many years it has been the exact opposite in reality.

    The clubs identity and reputation is tarnished as it is, but their fans refusal to accept the truth about how Derby has been run (which goes far beyond just cheating; charities, the tax payer, Derby City Council and local businesses have been shafted by them, amongst others) isn't helping their cause.

    I still stand by my stance of "wanting them to rot in the lower leagues, but not go bust", but with new despicable acts coming to light on a near weekly basis coupled with their fans playing the victim card every time is greatly testing that stance.


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    Default Re: The demise of Wayne Rooney's D***y County (in Administration)

    I keep hearing that they can improve the squad in January? How is that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I keep hearing that they can improve the squad in January? How is that?
    Because at Christmas Santa Claus is going to plant a money tree next to where the elves live at the bottom of the garden and all their worries will dissipate in a puff of smoke from the wizard who is taking up residence at Pride Park.


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    Plenty of snow and ice outside Pride Park tonight and the surrounding areas.

    Bet you they don't call the QPR game off tomorrow night, especially as that American Billionaire will be in town.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rockabilly View Post
    Plenty of snow and ice outside Pride Park tonight and the surrounding areas.

    Bet you they don't call the QPR game off tomorrow night, especially as that American Billionaire will be in town.
    Well he's being a bit of a climate s@*t isn't he. This is at least his third trip across the pond in the past couple of months. Perhaps flight prices should double if each time a person makes a return trip, and again for each subsequent one, within a specified period. He could watch them on the tv without travelling over.


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    Quote Originally Posted by I'm Red Till Dead View Post
    Well he's being a bit of a climate s@*t isn't he. This is at least his third trip across the pond in the past couple of months. Perhaps flight prices should double if each time a person makes a return trip, and again for each subsequent one, within a specified period. He could watch them on the tv without travelling over.
    I wonder if his visit to prideless park includes a tour around the land that time forgot..derby? He could use it as a learning opportunity to fully understand the depth and pride they have for their "city"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I keep hearing that they can improve the squad in January? How is that?
    Until they pay their debts they can't. I believe they are in a full 2 year embargo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockabilly View Post
    Plenty of snow and ice outside Pride Park tonight and the surrounding areas.

    Bet you they don't call the QPR game off tomorrow night, especially as that American Billionaire will be in town.
    What, shock horror an American seeking publicity. There's a first


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    Because at Christmas Santa Claus is going to plant a money tree next to where the elves live at the bottom of the garden and all their worries will dissipate in a puff of smoke from the wizard who is taking up residence at Pride Park.
    That puff of smoke is because someone has lit a petrol can by the front door


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    Default Re: The demise of Wayne Rooney's D***y County (in Administration)

    Quote Originally Posted by I'm Red Till Dead View Post
    Well he's being a bit of a climate s@*t isn't he. This is at least his third trip across the pond in the past couple of months. Perhaps flight prices should double if each time a person makes a return trip, and again for each subsequent one, within a specified period. He could watch them on the tv without travelling over.
    Apparently he's coming over to find out what's holding up the takeover.

    More like he's coming over to confirm the outrageous cost to buy a shit state of affairs before hopping back on his plane never to be seen again.


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    Best call the game off lads.


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    I hope it goes ahead. Warbs' QPR have scored in every league match this season and are unlikely to think they just need to turn up like Bournemouth/Fulham did.

    Every time they don't win the points per game needed goes up.


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    Default Re: The demise of Wayne Rooney's D***y County (in Administration)

    Quote Originally Posted by rockabilly View Post
    Plenty of snow and ice outside Pride Park tonight and the surrounding areas.

    Bet you they don't call the QPR game off tomorrow night, especially as that American Billionaire will be in town.
    Not seen any evidence that he’s any where near a billionaire, by the way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beardo7 View Post
    Best call the game off lads.


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    I'm surprised that they can play night games. You'd think that their power company would put them on restricted hours in case they can't get their money back.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RealRed85 View Post
    Not seen any evidence that he’s any where near a billionaire, by the way.


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    He said himself on Twitter early on that he wasn't. I believe his family might be though.


 

 

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