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Thread: Matchday thread: Derby V Bournemouth

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    Matchday thread: Derby V Bournemouth

    Anyone got any hope for tomorrow?

    Wouldn't it be a great start to the big fightback

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_Faber View Post
    Anyone got any hope for tomorrow?

    Wouldn't it be a great start to the big fightback
    Not much I’m afraid. Can only see a heavy defeat.

    Yes it would but I can’t see it happening. Still, you never know...and I suppose, in a way, there’s more pressure on them than us.

    P.S. Has there ever been a November fixture with one club 43 points behind the other? That’s how sad it has become.
    Last edited by ramAnag; 21-11-2021 at 09:42 AM.

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    Anything less than a good old whacking will be most welcome!

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    Comfortable 2-0 win

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    Message to wayne rooney: Whatever you call that tactic, stop it. Roos is not a footballer he’s a goalkeeper

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    ‘Roos is not a footballer’. True. ‘He’s a goalkeeper’. Debatable.
    So ‘kin frustrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    ‘Roos is not a footballer’. True. ‘He’s a goalkeeper’. Debatable.
    So ‘kin frustrating.
    It’s not his fault though, he (and the team) are being told to do it, despite the evidence. Dogmatism over pragmatism

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    I have no idea why they keep doing it...and I agree, absolute madness to me too...but it is his fault. He received the ball with plenty of time but his second touch was just pure unprofessional panic. He might have got away with things in years gone by, but in the modern game he’s just not good enough.
    Last edited by ramAnag; 21-11-2021 at 01:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    I have no idea why they keep doing it...and I agree, absolute madness to me too...but it is his fault. He received the ball with plenty of time but his second touch was just pure unprofessional panic. He might have got away with things in years gone by, but in the modern game he’s just not good enough.
    A good point Bobby Davison just made, opposing teams will be identifying it as a scoring opportunity

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    "We've got back to nought, we've got back to nor-or-ought, we're Derby County, we've got back to nought". For the second time!

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