Silence of The Rams

Huddboro

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I don’t think we’ll be playing them for a long time, but they shouldn’t be involved in todays fixture release.
Totally and utterly agree, however they will be and they'll get additional finance from somewhere as the EFL are inept and not fit for purpose. Consider the worst committee of old men at a local district football level and then imagine those type of people running the professional game, it's an absolute shambles and it's not fit for purpose.
 

uncle_rico

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Have the EFL made any provision for the fact that Derby might not be able to fulfil their fixtures? Everything they've done in the last 12 months suggests that they wont be able to, but for some reason the EFL are giving them free pass after free pass, because it will no doubt expose their own failings. It stinks!
 

h_m_boro

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Have the EFL made any provision for the fact that Derby might not be able to fulfil their fixtures? Everything they've done in the last 12 months suggests that they wont be able to, but for some reason the EFL are giving them free pass after free pass, because it will no doubt expose their own failings. It stinks!
I think this proves they will be given as much time as they need, even if it means putting out a matchday squad of 13_14 players with7-8-9 of them greener than Kermit's a*se.

Bury, Macclesfield, Darlo fans must be sat going - "WTF!! 😳😳"
 

boroboy6872

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I suspect we will have a Bury scenario with Derby

Derby will be given right to the death to be able to compete and if not will be liquidated

3 relegated from league 1 and 1 relegated from league 2

They`ve had ages to sort it out but even given the animosity of Derby fans towards us I think they need to be given more time, as long as they meet the requirements set out by the EFL and the HMRC
 

BoroMart

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I think this proves they will be given as much time as they need, even if it means putting out a matchday squad of 13_14 players with7-8-9 of them greener than Kermit's a*se.

Bury, Macclesfield, Darlo fans must be sat going - "WTF!! 😳😳"
yet ask any Derby fan and the EFL are to blame for their situation (along with Gibson) and are actively trying to liquidate them.....parallel universe that lot.
 

r00fie1

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Where`s this sad twit with his Sky count-down clock?!

Fans Disgusted At Sky Sports Countdown Clock For Bury And Bolton Wanderers Takeovers​

Ryan Sidle
Published 16:48, 27 August 2019 at BST
| Last updated 17:35, 27 August 2019 at BST

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League One sides Bury and Bolton Wanderers find themselves on the verge of being thrown out of the league and football fans aren't happy that Sky Sports have put a countdown on their news channel.
The two north west teams both have until 5pm on Tuesday to conclude deals for new buyers or face expulsion from the EFL and uncertain futures even existing as clubs.

.............[What about DERBY Mr White?]

 

MickaelDebevePhenomenal

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Don't think they will liquidate, when the inevitable end date is set, Ashley will swoop in.

It's who blinks first regarding the concessions they are prepared to make, whether that's HMRC, the administrators, Dodgy Mel or the stadium owners.
 

Subbuteo_171

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Bolton ended up with fixtures being cancelled for safeguarding reasons given they had so many young players in their squad. They started the season in administration and had a similar number of senior players as Derby will have - think they conceded 4 per game for first 5 games or so.

So there are previous examples, particularly when there is interest in the club - the EFL is absolutely trying to save every club however situations are different.

There will be strenuous conditions for the club after they have been taken over. One thing the EFL should be doing is to ensure the business case lasts for a minimum of 10 years so that any club (not just Derby) cannot get themselves into a similar position and end up with an advantage they otherwise wouldn’t have had ie not paying £25m to HMRC.
 

Subbuteo_171

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New bidder in play. Expected to be named preffered bidder tomorrow. This is who was meant to buy the stadium for the Kritchner deal.

Stadium being bought at £23.5m?

I’ll get in touch with the EFL later and ask their thoughts on that given the valuation of £80m in 2018 was agreed by the EFL to be fair. How in that case can the asset be acquired at a £55m lower figure by the same party four years later?
 

Johnny Vincents Motorbike

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How in that case can the asset be acquired at a £55m lower figure by the same party four years later?


i expect the answers will be;

covid

teesside international air show

corbyn

relegation to div 3

northen ireland protocol

steve gibson

5 players and no goalie

ukraine invasion

djed spence

monkeypocks

the price of a loaf of bread

wales qualifying for the world cup

bank of england interest rates

& mick lynch

😇
 

MidlandsBoroFan

Active member
i expect the answers will be;

covid

teesside international air show

corbyn

relegation to div 3

northen ireland protocol

steve gibson

5 players and no goalie

ukraine invasion

djed spence

monkeypocks

the price of a loaf of bread

wales qualifying for the world cup

bank of england interest rates

& mick lynch

😇
You missed out “founder members so we can do what we want”
 
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