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    Have you seen Sam Rush!

    Sam Rush was missing from his post today, watching the final home game of the season against Wolves and he was expected to be there but didn't turn up.

    Representatives asked the club where is whereabouts were and they replied "Sam is having some time off" and the club gave no further statement regarding the matter of his location.

    If you happen to know the current whereabouts of Mr Rush, please get in contact on 01332 07584614831 there are a lot of people, that are very worried and he may be in a spot of bother.

    Every bit of detail helps.... your support for Mr Rush means the world and he would really appreciate it, if you could look out for him and bring him home to us thanks.

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    Maybe the day I go to a home game again draws closer!!!

    Tbh I've never missed it and can't be arsed.

    So let's review. From the day he arrived has the club moved forward?

    Massive wage bill now.
    Mid table finish
    Millions wasted
    Rebuilding needed
    Still in championship

    After the infamous interview in Starbucks it's a lesson in why not to gloat

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    Can't argue with that assessment, though one could point out that he has done what the chairman and owner has asked or indeed that he had no say in whats happened?

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    Sam Rush joined Derby County in Jan 2013. He left a sports media company.to become-Chief executive officer--President-plus a director.Since his arrival we have been promised--Next Phase--New Level-and a Continental approach,to the modern era ,
    In over four years,we have progressed from 10th in the Championship in 2012. to 9th with a game to go 11 points off the top six,
    in 2017.First decision a change in recruitment policy First signing Zak Whitbread and this was the start of the worst recruitment phase in the clubs history,The yanks took the money and ran. Clough and Pearson sacked no dictators required at this club.
    Head Coaches--McClaren=Clements-Wassall-McClaren again,Now Rowett in as manager.early days yet.
    7 managers /Head Coach--2 directors of football ,Chaos all in 4 years.--43 million spent on squad,that were unlucky to lose to Q-P-R at Wembley in the playoff final,All this to achieve Championship football in 2017/2018.
    A man who has sacked,so many football professionals,And is now on a higher salary than 2013 for failure.
    Sam Rush--C-E-O-President--director--football matters are not your area of expertise.
    43 million on players and still fail is woeful. And still employed by Derby County.
    Clough-McClaren-Clements-Wassall-Pearson-McClaren-Rowett deserve better.
    Ipro name change that failed plus the extra 7 million in revenue lost.
    You sold a man a dream spent 30 million and get 160 million premiership dream ticket.
    Salesman yes your claim to fame

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    Could be worse I suppose, we don't rent our ground, we have plans and structures, were not a laughing stock, we have one of the best fan bases most PL clubs would envy never championship, we could of just spunked 100m and still be on the verge of relegation.......

    We aren't any of that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StensonRam View Post
    Could be worse I suppose, we don't rent our ground, we have plans and structures, were not a laughing stock, we have one of the best fan bases most PL clubs would envy never championship, we could of just spunked 100m and still be on the verge of relegation.......

    We aren't any of that!
    Nice to see a positive post; really don't know why Rattea bothers!

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    Sam Rush is just your casual businessman but when it comes to football matters relating to recruitment of scouting players and making drastic decisions, he has made a complete cock-up on too many occasions and has let us down as a club and has seen us pull off too many poor results.

    We were linked with that Reading sporting director Brian Tevreden a while back and with Rush going missing, I wouldn't be surprised if we are back chasing him up.

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    Mel Morris is preparing to axe Sam Rush for the failings that Derby have been delt with over the past 5yrs he has been at the helm.

    Mel is unhappy with the clubs failings to reach the Premier League, despite a substantial spend on players, and the Derby-based businessman is preparing to make yet another surprise dismissal.

    The shake-up comes at a time when Derby appear to be heading towards a brighter future under Rowett, who was a popular appointment in March after Steve McClaren faced the sack.

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