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On 10/05/2022 at 15:20, MPB said:

They'll still come up smelling of roses with the press sucking their cock.....Derby County are life's lucky twats....

Can't say it's that lucky, growing up with that accent and saying "mi duck" to people.    😬

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1 hour ago, Reesh said:

Aren't you from Derbyshire?

Certainly not!  Born in Sheffield, spent my first year a few hundred yards from Hillsborough Corner, (Burnaby Street?), then my parents moved into a house to themselves instead of "living in rooms". They had to move to Frecheville to get one and that's where I (allegedly) grew  up. Although effectively a part of Sheffield, technically it was in Derbyshire. When I was 14, 1967, the city needed more room and the boundary was moved from the bottom of Intake to between Mosborough and Eckington, where it still is. Must have jumped a good three miles and only the nimbys at Ridgeway avoided inclusion. 

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5 hours ago, Tylluan said:

Much like Burnley and the pigs he's borrowing from all over to make this happen.

the difference being they had Premier League Money sounds more like a Bolton admin again within a year

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https://www.efl.com/news/2022/may/efl-statement-derby-county-update/

The EFL Board has today given its conditional approval to the proposed acquisition of Derby County Football Club by the company controlled by Mr Chris Kirchner (9CK Sports Holdings Limited).

The EFL and 9CK Sports Holdings Limited have agreed the terms of a Membership Agreement which will govern the conditions attached to the transfer of the share in the EFL and which ultimately will see the Club exit Administration.

However, its final approval is subject to Mr Kirchner completing on the Asset Purchase Agreement and a deal being finalised in respect of a lease on the stadium by 31 May 2022.

The EFL will continue to work with the relevant parties to ensure the best possible outcome for Derby County, its staff, players, fans, and local community.

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Lot of Derby fans at work worried as news is coming out that MM Prop Consultancy, owned by Mike Ashley's future son-in-law, has offered Morris the asking price for the stadium. 

Means that Fraser Group would own the stadium and Kirchner would have to lease it off Ashley. That could get interesting as the EFL won't let them move to Leicester or Stoke. 

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Whilst EFL don't want to be seen to be the throwing Derby under the bus it stinks how long this has gone on for with little consequence. It's the fans the have to live with the fall out and whilst there is no love lost there it's equally concerning that the EFL don't seem to have a plan for this situation other than to keep kicking the can down the road. 

 

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1 hour ago, Tank_Owl2,0 said:

Whilst EFL don't want to be seen to be the throwing Derby under the bus it stinks how long this has gone on for with little consequence. It's the fans the have to live with the fall out and whilst there is no love lost there it's equally concerning that the EFL don't seem to have a plan for this situation other than to keep kicking the can down the road. 

 

Little consequence? 

 

21 points deducted

 

 

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