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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Blonde View Post
    To be fair Rooney looks like being the only person who'll come out of this with any dignity intact
    In many ways, it really does say a lot about Mel and Derby's current plight when the married man recently caught on camera having a couple of hoes fart on him is somehow the more dignified party in the situation.


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    Joe Worrall, displaying yet another pot that Derby don't have to piss in.

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    Breaking News: Nottingham Forest’s Womens Team is officially considerably richer than DCFC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post


    Holy shit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    Fucking hell . No wonder Rooney was giving him pelters in the press conference

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    Juses. I genuinely can't believe how this is all unravelling. Every day there's something new

    Got to say fair play to Rooney though. Even though he's a cvnt, at least he's putting the effort in. He might well get a response from the players and get them on a good run with his Billy-esq "us against the world" unification of the squad.

    Will probably give them a lot of hope of staying up, only to be scuppered by injuries and no signings in the transfer market towards the end of season.

    It would be an awesome story for them to fight back to being within 1pts of safety, and still go down


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    Rooney's in full PR mode to save his own reputation. It's not difficult for him to position himself away from Morris so he doesn't go down with the ship.

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    Got to be honest if this was any other club would be an amazing story if they overturned it and stayed up and credit to Rooney he has shown a bit of class in all this.
    However it's derby so f#×k em bring on the next point deduction lol


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    Of course we are only getting Rooney's side so perhaps not a surprise he has come out of it looking good. Mad Mel does seem to have washed his hands with the club now though. Final meeting with player and staff, hand over to Admins then "Fuck this shit, I'm out. Good luck suckers"

    After the past few weeks/months/years I kinda understand why he would want to take a break from all things Derby related. Let's not forget he still owns the ground though................


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    Quote Originally Posted by Project Zeus View Post
    Rooney's in full PR mode to save his own reputation. It's not difficult for him to position himself away from Morris so he doesn't go down with the ship.
    Doesn't save any reputation for him as far as I'm concerned. Why would you not do research on your potential employer? Ignorance is not innocence.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trents View Post
    Of course we are only getting Rooney's side so perhaps not a surprise he has come out of it looking good. Mad Mel does seem to have washed his hands with the club now though. Final meeting with player and staff, hand over to Admins then "Fuck this shit, I'm out. Good luck suckers"

    After the past few weeks/months/years I kinda understand why he would want to take a break from all things Derby related. Let's not forget he still owns the ground though................
    Well the point is really that in administration, Morris will now have absolutely no input into the running of the business or any of the companies that went into admin this week - that is wholly on the administrators.

    He could even conceivably be made redundant himself.


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    Funny as fuck this saga is. Might celebrate it with a beer.



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    Rumours are that Rooney has been dipping into his own pockwt for away games and the like. Says a lot that this situation has got me thinking Rooney is actually not a mega turbo cvnt and just a mega cvnt instead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    Rumours are that Rooney has been dipping into his own pockwt for away games and the like. Says a lot that this situation has got me thinking Rooney is actually not a mega turbo cvnt and just a mega cvnt instead.
    He's only ever been a **** away from the sport, in fairness to him.

    Stamping on Carvalho's balls in 2006 aside, of course.

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    I see Wayne's Mum might be made redundant too, when his old school in Croxteth is closed for being crap.

    Wayne says he gets his fighting spirit from being from the area.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chaospunx View Post
    Got to be honest if this was any other club would be an amazing story if they overturned it and stayed up and credit to Rooney he has shown a bit of class in all this.
    However it's derby so f#×k em bring on the next point deduction lol
    Thing is most teams who have a points deduction usually end up going down or fighting that unless it's a small one like 3 points.

    Sheff Weds were sent down by their own points deduction last year which was eventually halved to six. 12 means you need to win 4 more than you would usually and certainly in their case it looks like there is more to come.

    I can only recently think of back when we were in L1 with Leeds, they'd just come down and gone into admin after relegation, so they got their points deduction the season after. I think they would have won the title if they'd not been docked the points but in the end we went up in their place and it took them a year or two more to get back. I seem to remember one season Luton doing quite well despite being docked 30 I think and still getting relegated out of the FL.

    If it's usually the case that a deduction usually leads to relegation then Derby are gone (more so with more points going) and if Reading are close they will probably be relegated too which will perhaps make it easier for us.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Statto View Post
    If it's usually the case that a deduction usually leads to relegation then Derby are gone (more so with more points going) and if Reading are close they will probably be relegated too which will perhaps make it easier for us.
    Funny how things transpire isn't it?

    I was really disappointed last season when they scraped a fortunate draw against Wednesday and Rotherham couldn't hold on for the win.

    But that brief relief for Derby has ultimately just delayed the likely inevitable, and they have to go through a full season now knowing they're heading towards League One.

    And at the same time, they could be taking our place if we finish in 21st and them 22nd.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxiRobriguez View Post
    Funny as fuck this saga is. Might celebrate it with a beer.
    I wholeheartedly endorse and condone this sentiment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-engelos Mindminackers View Post


    Juses. I genuinely can't believe how this is all unravelling. Every day there's something new

    Got to say fair play to Rooney though. Even though he's a cvnt, at least he's putting the effort in. He might well get a response from the players and get them on a good run with his Billy-esq "us against the world" unification of the squad.

    Will probably give them a lot of hope of staying up, only to be scuppered by injuries and no signings in the transfer market towards the end of season.

    It would be an awesome story for them to fight back to being within 1pts of safety, and still go down
    As I said elsewhere WR learnt from the best on them v us
    If it weren’t for the points deduction they would stay up


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    https://twitter.com/kieranmaguire/st...913425921?s=21

    Maybe it’s not such a clever idea then?


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    Isn't it great, waking up every morning knowing there will be an article about Derby that will make you laugh.

    Mel not answering Rooney's calls is a delight


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    As much as I hate D*rby that aside I give credit to their players for trying and picking a few points despite their own predicament of whether they get paid or not


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    Hope there's a Netflix documentary in the works.

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