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    As above- QPR to win but ideally want Derby up.
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    Watford seem set to get Marek Stech from Yeovil in, presumably meaning Almunia is off. A shame, but his age was showing. Vydra still believes he's earned a 4 year contract with a Premier League club, so I doubt he's coming in, still waiting on Toszer!

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    I would much prefer Derby to go up and I'm going to believe it will happen. I want to play both Fulham and QPR next season.
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    Want Derby to win but yeah, also think QPR will take it unfortunately.

    Any Hereford fans on here? Or anyone really, what do you think is gonna happen, got a few outstanding payments and with the meeting soon, other clubs are going to be asking if they're financially stable for the league.
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    Hopefully Derby will win. You just know if QPR come up they'll go for Cole, Lampard, Ferdinand, Lescott and all the other past it players in their 30's who've been released. Won't add anything to the league.
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    (Original post by Superunknown17)
    Want Derby to win but yeah, also think QPR will take it unfortunately.

    Any Hereford fans on here? Or anyone really, what do you think is gonna happen, got a few outstanding payments and with the meeting soon, other clubs are going to be asking if they're financially stable for the league.
    They seem optimistic about getting the immediate debts cleared however it's not looking too promising. I'm quite interested to see how Brizzle Rovers will get on in that league as I expect them to have to make major cutbacks next season.
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    (Original post by sr90)
    Hopefully Derby will win. You just know if QPR come up they'll go for Cole, Lampard, Ferdinand, Lescott and all the other past it players in their 30's who've been released. Won't add anything to the league.
    Supposedly they have already gone in for Lescott and Ferdinand, regardless of division.

    Although they will add something to the league - humour.
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    (Original post by billybo_h)
    Supposedly they have already gone in for Lescott and Ferdinand, regardless of division.

    Although they will add something to the league - humour.
    Have they just forgotten FFP applies to them?

    Anyway, Albrighton signed for Leicester yesterday, so Lloyd is probably on his way now.


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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    Have they just forgotten FFP applies to them?

    Anyway, Albrighton signed for Leicester yesterday, so Lloyd is probably on his way now.


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    Albrighton should be a good signing, apparently we're confirming Lloyd Dyer soon. Just signed Heurehlo Gomes from Tottenham this morning...

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    (Original post by CraigWM)
    Albrighton should be a good signing, apparently we're confirming Lloyd Dyer soon. Just signed Heurehlo Gomes from Tottenham this morning...

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    Gomes? Didn't realise he was still at spurs - got to be years since he last played. Him and Almunia is an impressive set of keepers.

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    I've got 4 words...
    COME ON YOU RAMS!
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    The Football League: providing no incentives for clubs to be run properly for 125 years.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/27538802

    Real football, real fans, real bull****.
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    The Football League: providing no incentives for clubs to be run properly for 125 years.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/27538802

    Real football, real fans, real bull****.
    It's worse that the the Premier League won't do anything if QPR do get promoted. Leaving the FL to search the fine out for themselves, rather than just withholding TV/prize money.

    Ridiculous.
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    Gomes? Didn't realise he was still at spurs - got to be years since he last played. Him and Almunia is an impressive set of keepers.

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    Gomes is to replace Almunia, who wants to retire in Spain. Hopefully Gomes' howler days are behind him...
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    McClaren in the rain at Wembley, opted for the waterproof rather than the umbrella this time though.
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    (Original post by billybo_h)
    It's worse that the the Premier League won't do anything if QPR do get promoted. Leaving the FL to search the fine out for themselves, rather than just withholding TV/prize money.

    Ridiculous.
    It's worse that the League allows clubs to be relocated by a hedge fund but that's another matter entirely. The Premier League runs English football and the demands of plastic glory hunters outweighs those of traditional supporters.


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    Disgusting tackle by O'Neil, deserved red. Derby's game for the taking...

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    As red cards go, that could turn out to be a one of the best to take.

    Fancy derby even more now though.

    Edit: These corners are becoming tiresome. Why don't they try something different on them?
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    C'mon Derby. Why did you have to screw that up?
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    Yes OPR. Good old Arry back in the prem
 
 
 
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