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Retained List

From the DET 24th May :

Derby have submitted their retained list to the Football League with the deadline for submission being last week. Although the Rams' situation is unique and fluid as they towards an exit from administration, they still have to lodge the appropriate paperwork.

Derby can still hold talks with players about signing new deals but they will not be able to put pen to paper until the issues regarding the takeover are resolved.

Existing player contracts do not expire until June 30 and it is expected that the EFL will publish the retained lists in the second week of next month.

According to reports, Derby have already triggered an extension in Lee Buchanan's contract which they are allowed to do because it is a condition of his current deal.

But there are also decisions to make regarding key players such as Tom Lawrence, Curtis Davies, Ravel Morrison, Richard Stearman, Ryan Allsop, Kelle Roos Craig Forsyth, Nathan Byrne and Colin Kazim-Richards. All of their contracts expire this summer.

Buchanan's contract extension means that he joins Jason Knight, Jack Stretton, Krystian Bielik, Max Bird and Louie Sibley who are all tied to the club for next season.

Regarding Tom Lawrence, Curtis Davies, Ravel Morrison, Richard Stearman, Ryan Allsop, Kelle Roos Craig Forsyth, Nathan Byrne and Colin Kazim-Richards I think I'd try and keep them all. Question mark over Tom and CKR. Cant see see Tom wanting to stay....and CKR didnt have the greatest of seasons - although I think he's a great bloke.

For me I see we've been linked with Flint from Cardiff (yes please) and definately need some muscle in midfield and the forward line.

What do you guys think ????

Cheers. Terry. UTR

posted on 16/6/22

That’s a reasonable comment but it does perhaps get rid of the individual megalomaniac tendencies that we’ve recently endured to have a management team in place

posted on 16/6/22

comment by Wicklowram (U18957)
posted 44 minutes ago
That’s a reasonable comment but it does perhaps get rid of the individual megalomaniac tendencies that we’ve recently endured to have a management team in place
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I remember looking up gse when he took over before.
It showed that DCFC was their only asset.
His worth now is reported £7m,,so he's going to need big money from investors just to buy the club, never mind invest money for players, wages etc.
No thank you.

posted on 16/6/22

So that’s Allsop gone. First of many I expect.

posted on 16/6/22

So the exodus has begun.
A player I really rated.

posted on 16/6/22

So we now know Quantuma did not ask for or get from CK a deposit, non-refundable or otherwise. What the h...were they playing at!!!???

If administrators can bring court actions then I see no reason for them not to sue K for breach of contract. Should they? If they fail, loads wasted on lawyers' fees etc which may be a good reason for administrators not being in a position to sue anyone. On the other hand if, say, Leicester owed Derby millions on a previous transfer and were refusing to pay would not Q have an obligation to Derby's creditors to sue for the balance owing?

posted on 16/6/22

comment by Desicafu (U8481)
posted 5 hours, 34 minutes ago
Morning Chicago,

Under Ashley's rule at Newcastle I see the 'YES' managers serving him better than those who want to stamp their own mark on the squad.

Pardew, Bruce,Kinnear and Hughton ( to an extent ) I see as Yes managers, accepting the terms of the owner. Benitez, Allardyce, Keegan on the other hand would not tolerate working under those conditions and I see Wayne Rooney in a similar mould, he would not want to be dictated to.
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Morning Desi. Interesting comments but I'm still not sure how you are able to state all this as fact.

posted on 16/6/22

I've just spent a few minutes reading on tinternet what people....from fans through to pundits...and ex - managers think of Mike Ashley. Fact is, whatever people think of him he's left them in the Premier League.....whereas WE are in L1. Yes, Newcastle are a bigger club than Derby...and like Everton have never really acheived what they potentially could. But my hope is that IF he becomes our owner we end up where Newcastle are when he eventually sells us....no matter what people think of him....

posted on 16/6/22

I don't know if he has even put in a bid Terry.

posted on 16/6/22

comment by Chicagoram (U22653)
posted 6 hours, 1 minute ago
comment by Desicafu (U8481)
posted 5 hours, 34 minutes ago
Morning Chicago,

Under Ashley's rule at Newcastle I see the 'YES' managers serving him better than those who want to stamp their own mark on the squad.

Pardew, Bruce,Kinnear and Hughton ( to an extent ) I see as Yes managers, accepting the terms of the owner. Benitez, Allardyce, Keegan on the other hand would not tolerate working under those conditions and I see Wayne Rooney in a similar mould, he would not want to be dictated to.
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Morning Desi. Interesting comments but I'm still not sure how you are able to state all this as fact.
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I don't believe that I ever done that ( state my thoughts/comments as FACT), merely my own views.

posted on 17/6/22

Thanks for making that clear Desi.

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