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    rjrules71

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    Big Dave

    Post by rjrules71 on Sun 29 Apr 2018, 8:11 am

    So nice to see the lad doing well with the Baggies.

    Was always a top man and a leader on the pitch at PP. Respect
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    Re: Big Dave

    Post by Stockport Ram on Sun 29 Apr 2018, 9:38 am

    Couldn't agree more rj.

    My train from Barnsley was over an hour away post match when Jewell's side lost there to go bottom, so I hung around in the staduim for a while, and noticed that there were no security guards on the players tunnel (well, it was more like a chasm) alongside the away end.

    I wandered into the corridors, expecting to be kicked out, but just mingled in and caught Darren chatting to Ellington. I was lucky enough to be able to politely excuse their conversation, wish Duke all the best in a Rams shirt,  then shake Darren's hand and thank him for all he did for Derby, and for being a thoroughly decent role model as a footballer and a man.

    I hadn't planned it, it was just spontaneous.  I'm very glad I did.
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    Re: Big Dave

    Post by MadAmster on Sun 29 Apr 2018, 10:08 am

    Stockport Ram wrote:Couldn't agree more rj.

    My train from Barnsley was over an hour away post match when Jewell's side lost there to go bottom, so I hung around in the staduim for a while, and noticed that there were no security guards on the players tunnel (well, it was more like a chasm) alongside the away end.

    I wandered into the corridors, expecting to be kicked out, but just mingled in and caught Darren chatting to Ellington. I was lucky enough to be able to politely excuse their conversation, wish Duke all the best in a Rams shirt,  then shake Darren's hand and thank him for all he did for Derby, and for being a thoroughly decent role model as a footballer and a man.

    I hadn't planned it, it was just spontaneous.  I'm very glad I did.

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    Re: Big Dave

    Post by Stockport Ram on Sun 29 Apr 2018, 10:15 am

    LOL roll

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