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    Joe Bryan

    Derby and Sunderland are currently tracking 2.5m rated Bristol City wing back Joe Bryan. A working partnership with fellow colleague Aden Flint at Derby would be a perfect combination to solve our defensive problems we have had this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rams4Justice View Post
    Derby and Sunderland are currently tracking 2.5m rated Bristol City wing back Joe Bryan. A working partnership with fellow colleague Aden Flint at Derby would be a perfect combination to solve our defensive problems we have had this season.
    I think your right. Sensible option, take half the outfield defence from a team that barely escaped relegation and conceded 66 league goals and put it into a team that only conceded 50.

    This is a perfect combination to solve our defensive problems.

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    So two players were at fault for the whole majority of Bristol City barely escaping from relegation were they? Don't make me laugh.... 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rams4Justice View Post
    So two players were at fault for the whole majority of Bristol City barely escaping from relegation were they? Don't make me laugh.... ��
    That doesnt make sense?

    How can they be at fault for surviving relegation?

    Anyway, what I meant, which I had put in simple terms, but I can say again is. You want us to sign 2 of 4 defensive players that conceded 66 goals and replace 2 players from our team that only conceded 50. Sorry I have just repeated myself, either way, I don't think you will answer.

    How about we set our sights lightly higher? Maybe a CH with proven experience, a guy that can captain a side? A person not afraid to shout at players and give out a *******ing on the pitch when needed? Must be plenty about.....

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    So you gloat sarcastically and put utter drivel about, that signing Aden flint and Joe Bryan would be a mistake because they were at fault for leaking 66 goals this season and by buying them would make our defence much worse, "one swallow doesn't make a summer" as they saying goes, and that the reason for them leaking so many goals was a team contribution not solely on two players.

    You really talk out of your arse just like Swale. 🙄

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    You must of also missed that Aden Flint was one of the top defenders in the Championship this season despite Bristol City's worries. 🙄

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rams4Justice View Post
    You must of also missed that Aden Flint was one of the top defenders in the Championship this season despite Bristol City's worries. ��
    Thats the problem isnt it though. A player who looks decent in a weak side, is not necessarily any good in a better team. Sometimes they are, and sometimes they are not.

    Derby County are in a bit of a mess at the moment, but 2 key things have happened which mean we can move forward again.

    Firstly that odious creep Mr. Rush has been sacked. It was clear to a blind and deaf man that he was responsible for some of our dealings ie. Darren Bent contract extension.

    Secondly we have a young hungry manager with different ideas. For a manager with limited experience he has done well and his removal at Birmingham is one of the most bizarre footballing decisions I have seen in years.

    We need to start rebuilding the squad again and not only the team. Forget all media and paper talk, even Steve Nicholsen in the Telegraph, 90% is usually wrong or inaccurate.

    There used to be a poster on here called SuperDerbySuperRam I think and he was one of the only guys who was really spot on every time.

    The specualtion posts are fun, but in reality that is all they are

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    Quote Originally Posted by chili756 View Post
    Thats the problem isnt it though. A player who looks decent in a weak side, is not necessarily any good in a better team. Sometimes they are, and sometimes they are not.

    Derby County are in a bit of a mess at the moment, but 2 key things have happened which mean we can move forward again.

    Firstly that odious creep Mr. Rush has been sacked. It was clear to a blind and deaf man that he was responsible for some of our dealings ie. Darren Bent contract extension.

    Secondly we have a young hungry manager with different ideas. For a manager with limited experience he has done well and his removal at Birmingham is one of the most bizarre footballing decisions I have seen in years.

    We need to start rebuilding the squad again and not only the team. Forget all media and paper talk, even Steve Nicholsen in the Telegraph, 90% is usually wrong or inaccurate.

    There used to be a poster on here called SuperDerbySuperRam I think and he was one of the only guys who was really spot on every time.

    The specualtion posts are fun, but in reality that is all they are
    If we ca get a fit Thorne back in the Team ,Forsyth fit and Shackell fit firing
    Martin back with a point to prove ,surely we would be stronger than last season
    Maybe a couple of new players mainly right back and perhaps another centre half things could look very different .

    It may not need too much to put things right

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    Playing for a weaker side doesn't make you necessarily decent, it just makes you stand out more from the rest of the weaker pack and easier to spot talent from the rest of the squad, it also doesn't mean he won't be necessarily any better in another team because it depends on the team involvement around him to get the best out of him. If he is an outstanding Individual that plays for a weaker side it shows he is capable for playing in a side that is on a bigger scale to the current club he is at.

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    As for Sam Rush... he is no longer at the club and is no longer any value to the clubs future progress and quite frankly, not of any ones problems anymore.

    "Forget about all the media" No thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddy779h34 View Post
    If we ca get a fit Thorne back in the Team ,Forsyth fit and Shackell fit firing
    Martin back with a point to prove ,surely we would be stronger than last season
    Maybe a couple of new players mainly right back and perhaps another centre half things could look very different .

    It may not need too much to put things right

    I think you might be right, but the 2 problems I see centre around Thorne and Martin.

    Thorne is head and shoulders above every other midfielder in the league, but as we all know he is plagued with injuries and bar the run when he was on loan in our playoff season he hasnt done it since. Can we rely on him? We still need to chop the midfield or change the formation and tactics. Butterfield and Johnson are far too hit and miss fir me, and I firmly believe this is what has dragged down Hughes game. Inconsistency from what was our strongest area.

    Martin for me at least, needs to go. There is no doubt he can score goals, however, he is lazy, he is petulant when things do not go his way. He also developed his trait of going down like he had been shot by a sniper every time he was touched. It was unnecessary. It also cost us at times. He can be accommodated, but he shouldn't be guaranteed a spot and should be made to work his way back in. His actions at Fulham show his contempt at times and this must not be forgotten.

    I did like Tammy Abrahams at Bristol City, scored plenty in a poor side, might not be able to replicate it again, but certainly worth a punt. I used to like the way we loaned players for 6 months to see how they would fit in before we bought them, it was a sound plan and gave us Martin and Thorne for example. I would like to see this return.

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    The problem with Thorne is... he suffered numerous set backs with injuries and the question is... How long can his body last, before it lets him down again? I take every precaution on Thorne to see where his fitness levels are at and how his body is feeling before bringing him back into the equation, because he is such an important creative player for us in midfield and we have missed him dearly.

    Martin has been linked with Wolves and Fulham, still have the option in his loan contract that he can be bought for 9m, if Fulham wish to do so. Martin started the beginning of the season unfit and overweight and was nowhere near his form from the previous season and if he does fit into our plans for next season, he needs to keep in shape in the offseason so that he is bearing to go and we have him back to his best form.

    If we can bring in some quality loan players in from time to time on the same level as Tammy Abraham and Tomas Kalas, then that would be fantastic.

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    Chilli...can't read the responses because, like many, I have had to put R4J on ignore which should answer the question about what's gone wrong with the forum. Doubtless he'll have accused you of talking bollux (drivel) if you disagree with him but moving on...
    ...agree with you about Martin...good acquisition at his best but exactly as you describe in post #11 too much of the time. I believe Tammy Abrahams has been lined up by Everton in a deal which takes Lukaku back to Chelsea so any deal with us looks unlikely.

    Eddy...I agree we might not be too far away, but reliance on Martin and Shackell - both have alleged questionable attitudes - and Thorne and Forsyth - both have major fitness issues - seems a bit regressive and maybe a tad over optimistic. Pity, at their best all four would walk into any Championship side and I'd love you to be right.

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    So basically ramAnag you ignore your own drivel and put your own errors on someone else and blaming them for something they haven't done, pretty much sums how this forum is currently shaping up to be. Fantastic work so far you doing a great job. 🙄 👏🏻

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    He just pointed out that Chilli was 'talking out of his arse like Swale', rA!! So just the usual imbecilish approach from it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by macstheman View Post
    He just pointed out that Chilli was 'talking out of his arse like Swale', rA!! So just the usual imbecilish approach from it!!
    I would hazard a guess that what comes out of my arse has more substance, accuracy and is more intelligible than what he posts!

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    It's the most common cause.

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    Back to the thread Joe Bryon is the best attacking left back in the Championship by a mile He's a really good footballer but we won't be getting him cheap Bristol CTY owner makes Mel look like a pauper

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    Yes, there's about 13 owners above Mel in the money stakes!! He needs to pull his finger out and earn a few bob to get into the 'money offs'!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistaram View Post
    Back to the thread Joe Bryon is the best attacking left back in the Championship by a mile He's a really good footballer but we won't be getting him cheap Bristol CTY owner makes Mel look like a pauper
    No idea how much Mel is worth but you're right...Lansdown is said to be worth 1.88 billion! Mind you he does seem to 'own' all the sporting clubs in Bristol.

    If we're so far down the 'rich list' how come we're 'moneybags Derby' and are always the ones who pay over the odds?

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