Category Archives: Derby v Forest

Derby’s Day: Derby County 2 Nottingham Forest 0

It panned out as expected, in some ways.  Forest had more of the ball and tried to pull us apart through quick passing and clever movement.  Derby had to endure spells where they couldn’t break up the opponents’ flow and … Continue reading

Posted in Derby County, Derby v Forest, Match Reports | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Derby’s Day: Derby County 2 Nottingham Forest 0

Derby County v Nottingham Forest preview

At the start of last week, I had an instinctive favoured starting XI for this game, which, for what it’s worth, is as follows:- Carson Wisdom Keogh Davies Forsyth Huddlestone Ledley Russell Vydra Lawrence Martin I think that’s our best … Continue reading

Posted in Derby County, Derby v Forest, Match Previews | Comments Off on Derby County v Nottingham Forest preview

Derby blow lead at Forest to reach ‘Peak Derby’

And so the afternoon after the afternoon before, myself and ‘three wise men’ – Joel, Jonathan and Chris – gathered to pick the bones out of a result and performance which, I sincerely hope, means that ‘Peak Derby’ has finally … Continue reading

Posted in Derby County, Derby v Forest, History, Match Reports, Podcasts, Tactics, Transfers | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Derby blow lead at Forest to reach ‘Peak Derby’

The good, the bad, the ugly and the East Midlands Derby

Thanks a lot to Trev for keeping these GIFs coming! As the two clubs have been marooned in division two for years now, East Midlands Derbies have become useful as regular milestones, moments to take stock of where we are … Continue reading

Posted in Derby County, Derby v Forest | Tagged , , | Comments Off on The good, the bad, the ugly and the East Midlands Derby

Harry Redknapp is Derby County’s “dead cat”

After the surprise General Election result, a story emerged about the Conservative Party strategist Lynton Crosby and a ‘dead cat’. With the election drawing near, the Tories were very worried that they were losing the media battle.  Some of the … Continue reading

Posted in Derby County, Derby v Forest, History | Comments Off on Harry Redknapp is Derby County’s “dead cat”