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Lampard and Keith Andrews

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posted on 11/1/19

Completely agree. Sky were an absolute disgrace tonight on the spygate issue. Beyond belief how they went after Bielsa. Andrews and bent saying at the end that Bielsa isn’t remorseful- complete utter nonsense. Said he was in the wrong and accepted it’s not how things are done here

posted on 11/1/19

Andrew's is a bum. His opinion is a non starter.

posted on 11/1/19

Been blown completely out of proportion!

Next he will be accused of wrongdoing in the Falklands!

Lampard was silly with the disruption comment beforehand, but fair play handled it totally graciously after the game.

Just like Colin wouldn't have!

comment by Batty (U4664)

posted on 11/1/19

Andrews is a fooking know-nothing tool.

posted on 11/1/19

As if Andrews isn't bad enough, that to$$pot Jermaine (when I grow up I wanna be a BBC football pundit) Jackass is demanding a points deduction for cheating He could do a lot worse than stuff a microphone under Pontus' nose and ask him for his opinion

posted on 11/1/19

does Andrews know we won 7 on the bounce with a weakened team then lost 1 game against hull city 10 men against forest and kids against QPR we are streets ahead of Derby can go again and be promoted by march

posted on 11/1/19

Andrews is a weird guy. One minute he’s waxing lyrical about us, then he says we have no chance of top 2 without new signings because we’ll get injuries. We’ve had injuries all fcking season. The performances he w*nks over are generally from a side missing key players.

They were laughable on spygate... demanding bans, punishment and in the same sentence admitting it’s not against the rules... so what grounds for a ban? Muppets.

Bring in a no spying rule and then subsequently ban anyone who breaks it, sure.

posted on 11/1/19

Or in other words, what SKHMOT said

posted on 11/1/19

Wiĺl someone please explain to me exactly what the rules are?

What is the difference between an opposing Manager watching a team in the league and someone watching a train session?


Just sounds like complete rubbish.

Think on it what do scouts Do?
How did Sir Don get all the info for his dosiers?

Who or what is allowed to watch training sessions.

The best Generals in history study the opposition in detail and before the battle.

MB leading us on to glory MOT.

posted on 11/1/19

Crying over split milk!

In other news, I want Ezgjan Alioski's babies 🔥

posted on 11/1/19

Nicholls and Mason both fair on the debate. Balanced conversation. Not like Andrews who contradicts himself every other sentence. I think he’s just trying to always say that headline comment for the papers in the morning. Forgets people are watching live.

comment by RJC (U17308)

posted on 11/1/19

Keith Andrews is an absolute chud, how he is still around is unreal and Jermaine Jenas makes my blood pressure sharply rise anytime his irritating mug and know it all voice appears on tv.

How they became pundits I'll never know. Two distinctly average players which you could throw at a whole bunch of others.

comment by Batty (U4664)

posted on 11/1/19

In other news, I want Ezgjan Alioski's babies 🔥

He's in great form. And he's our football Swiss army knife.

posted on 11/1/19

As a side note, I like Jenas' punditry.

comment by Mattyp (U8926)

posted on 11/1/19

What time has he actually broken, he sent someone to watch them train, surely the answer is to say no, go away.

If he is on public property what can they actually do about it?

comment by Batty (U4664)

posted on 11/1/19

comment by Mattyp (U8926)
posted 1 minute ago

What time has he actually broken, he sent someone to watch them train, surely the answer is to say no, go away.

If he is on public property what can they actually do about it?

>>>>>>>>>>>

Great point Matty. The public property side of this is key. Do we know if the spy/member of staff was trespassing or not?

comment by Batty (U4664)

posted on 11/1/19

And if he was on public property, then hey, Derby, they have these things called fences. They come in solid panels too that you can't see through. Try that.

posted on 11/1/19

comment by Batty (U4664)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Mattyp (U8926)
posted 1 minute ago

What time has he actually broken, he sent someone to watch them train, surely the answer is to say no, go away.

If he is on public property what can they actually do about it?

>>>>>>>>>>>

Great point Matty. The public property side of this is key. Do we know if the spy/member of staff was trespassing or not?
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He wasn't on Derby County property. No criminal offence was commited.

posted on 11/1/19

Completely battered them

Nine story this spy thing

posted on 11/1/19

None

posted on 11/1/19

Critics saying "it's against the spirit of the game."

Mountains and molehills come to mind.

posted on 11/1/19

Derby tried to play it off for mind games before the match. Didn't work and they were fouling all game. Just as much cheating as what we did.

Surely the two stonewall penalties we didn't get make up for it?

posted on 11/1/19

With the exception of boxing, is there any sport less ethical than football in general. Andrews describing it as disgusting??? Get a grip mate.

posted on 11/1/19

comment by JonnyLosAngeles (My Dad was made in Leeds) (U9756)
posted 6 minutes ago
Critics saying "it's against the spirit of the game."

Mountains and molehills come to mind.
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Diving is against the actual rules and they all seem to be fine with it.

posted on 11/1/19

Just watched the post match interviews, WTF????

Keith and Bent have it right in for Leeds, that was embarrassing!!!!

All over a guy outside a training ground. Facking snowflakes.

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