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Thread: Why on earth did you loan out Jack M to Wendy......

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    Why on earth did you loan out Jack M to Wendy......

    my Derby friends may think it was because you were bringing in Kenneth Zahore but that fell through, Wendy also tried to bring in Zahore, but when that failed latched on to your guy. And as we know Zahore is now with the Lions and played for the last 10 mins against Luton. As far as I know the window is now shut.

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    Don't know Claw, but he's been pretty much useless for the last 12 months. It was more of a shame letting Martin go, he had more impact on the team IMO.

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    If he was that bad surprised that the Owls did not pick up on it. Anyway I'm sure the Rams will turn it around pretty soon, what about Sibley, he played so well against us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claw84 View Post
    If he was that bad surprised that the Owls did not pick up on it. Anyway I'm sure the Rams will turn it around pretty soon, what about Sibley, he played so well against us.
    been injured Claw. Possibly fit again for the Red Dogs on Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claw84 View Post
    If he was that bad surprised that the Owls did not pick up on it. Anyway I'm sure the Rams will turn it around pretty soon, what about Sibley, he played so well against us.
    The club is a shambles from top to bottom

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    Hi Rammy, I have a friend (ex-Royal Marine) who I served with in the far east, he lives in Plymouth now, however originally from Derby and is a dyed in the wool Ram fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claw84 View Post
    If he was that bad surprised that the Owls did not pick up on it. Anyway I'm sure the Rams will turn it around pretty soon, what about Sibley, he played so well against us.
    It happens all the time, there are many players who have good seasons then drop off for some reason, then another manager will take a punt on them, believing that they will be able to relight the fire.

    We've just done the same with Ibe and Duncan.

    Derby's view is that we're in a no lose situation, let Sheffield Wednesday get Marriott's mojo back and we'll benefit. If it happens quickly then we'll only be without him for a couple of months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claw84 View Post
    Hi Rammy, I have a friend (ex-Royal Marine) who I served with in the far east, he lives in Plymouth now, however originally from Derby and is a dyed in the wool Ram fan.
    There are some good guys in Plymouth then? Lol

    It's painful watching us at the moment though.

    I bet Barry Town would probably beat us at the moment lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram59 View Post
    It happens all the time, there are many players who have good seasons then drop off for some reason, then another manager will take a punt on them, believing that they will be able to relight the fire.

    We've just done the same with Ibe and Duncan.

    Derby's view is that we're in a no lose situation, let Sheffield Wednesday get Marriott's mojo back and we'll benefit. If it happens quickly then we'll only be without him for a couple of months.
    Ram having watched Marriott get 70mins last night he will be back , he looked a mile of the pace never had a kick If SW can get him fit they have a player but you have to want to do it ,not convinced he does

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