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Articles about Derby County


Back to the futureBack to the future by Lewis Hunt - 30/06/2004
After a summer breaks in Miami and Cyprus, Lewis returns home and is likely to sign a two-year contract with Southend. [More]
A couple more points by Lewis Hunt - 09/04/2004
Lewis gives his perspective on the LDV final and looks at recent games and the forthcoming Easter fixtures. [More]
Thank youThank you by Warren Barton - 31/03/2004
Warren issues the following statement after announcing his playing retirement. [More]
Barton opts to end career by Warren Barton - 30/03/2004
The BBC report on today's announcement that Warren will retire from playing. More later... [More]
Clarke's got Osman in sight by Peter Clarke - 27/02/2004
An article by Andy Turner focusing on the potential battle between Clarkey and his Everton team mate - Leon Osman. [More]
No complaintsNo complaints by Warren Barton - 11/12/2003
With QPR playing very well, Warren has few complaints about his lack of first team action. He also includes an interview recently given for the Maidstone United programme... [More]
Derby - the future is promisingDerby - the future is promising by Warren Barton - 30/09/2003
Warren looks at the club's future and feels that there's enough talent to see the club prosper. He also looks at the recent Arsenal - Man Utd brawl and is disappointed with the lack of responsibility shown by those involved. [More]
Time to leave DerbyTime to leave Derby by Warren Barton - 23/09/2003
Warren announces his decision to leave Derby by mutual consent. He will now spend the remainder of the month looking for a new club who can offer him first team football. [More]
TV replays, and the return of Rav, by Warren Barton - 15/02/2003
Wal looks at last weeks 3-0 victory over Rotherham and comments on the use of TV replays. He also welcomes back Fabrizio Ravanelli and looks at what Rob Lee brings to the Derby midfield. [More]
Boro and Southampton buy wellBoro and Southampton buy well by Warren Barton - 04/02/2003
With the transfer window staying open long enough for some late deals to be completed, here's Warren's view on the players to move on, and the player who's signed his first professional contract... [More]
Kind words for Granty by Warren Barton - 13/01/2003
Lee Grant received a great pat on the back from the manager this week. Granty has made a couple of errors in recent games, but the Gaffer has stuck by him and there can be no bigger compliment. [More]
Brentford – No excuses by Warren Barton - 06/01/2003
When the draw was made for the third round tie, the first thing you think about is that we don’t want to be on the end of a cup exit. You looked at Brentford’s league position and knew they’d be playing with confidence and that with a home draw, they’d fancy themselves. [More]
We’re coming together as a team by Warren Barton - 21/12/2002
It’s been a tough season, what with adjusting to football in this division and the much publicised financial situation. But some five months in, I think we’re coming together as a team and within range of a play-off place. [More]
Deon moves back home by Warren Barton - 16/12/2002
Only two weeks ago, I was saying in this column how quickly things can change in football. I was referring to Deon Burton, who was back in our team and scoring goals. His excellent finish in last Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Watford has proved to be a farewell goal. [More]
News from Pride ParkNews from Pride Park by Warren Barton - 05/12/2002
Warren reports on Deon Burton, a good display from the reserves, and also comments on Nigel Clough's Burton Albion [More]
Playing a frustrating gamePlaying a frustrating game by Warren Barton - 26/11/2002
Wal's thought's on a number of issues prior to the win against Wimbledon on Monday. [More]
Mixed fortunes by Warren Barton - 11/11/2002
Winning two games on the trot has been a difficult task for us this season. In beating both the Sheffield clubs in the space a few days has been very rewarding, we’re received a real confidence boost and it’s pleasing to see that the league table looks a little bit healthier than of late. [More]
I’m happy for my old clubI’m happy for my old club by Warren Barton - 30/10/2002
Newcastle can feel very happy for themselves, after losing the opening three Champions League fixtures they’ve now put themselves right back into contention. [More]
Gaffer lets slip about nicknamesGaffer lets slip about nicknames by Warren Barton - 28/10/2002
After his man-of-the-match performance against Nottingham Forest last weekend, Rob Lee's nickname slipped out to the Press. The manager has given him the nickname of Albert Tatlock. [More]
Youngsters gave heart and soulYoungsters gave heart and soul by Warren Barton - 22/10/2002
I thought the lads gave everything they had against Nottingham Forest and could have won the game having been the better side in the second half. They can all be proud of the effort they put in, but I'd like to mention the performance of two of them - Rob Lee and Lee Grant. [More]
It's the big one!It's the big one! by Warren Barton - 19/10/2002
It’s Forest on Sunday, and everyone at the club knows how important this is to the fans. I’ve played in some big derby’s before, but although there won’t be 50,000 at Pride Park, it’s still going to be a cracking atmosphere [More]
Izale really looks the partIzale really looks the part by Warren Barton - 08/10/2002
The victory over Ipswich Town at Portman Road was probably the first time this season that all 11 players functioned properly as a team. But I would like to mention two in particular, Izale McLeod and Horacio Carbonari. [More]
Preston - apologiesPreston - apologies by Warren Barton - 20/09/2002
To say I was disappointed with the Preston game is an understatement. I can only apologies for my sending off, it was a moment of madness. [More]
A good away win by Warren Barton - 18/09/2002
After the 1-0 win at Palace, the lads are really up for the visit of Preston [More]
Ravanelli Injury?Ravanelli Injury? by Warren Barton - 14/09/2002
A lot has been written about Rav going off to Lilleshall - we look forward to seeing him back at the club [More]
The Player's are backing the clubThe Player's are backing the club by Warren Barton - 04/09/2002
As club captain, I can tell you that the player's are clubbing together and will work with the club to move us forward. [More]
The competition by Warren Barton - 08/08/2002
I’ve got high hopes for this season, and that means automatic promotion. [More]
It’s not just about the results by Warren Barton - 02/08/2002
The pre-season games have been good for us and I genuinely think we’ll hit the ground running. [More]
Forget running up hills, this is hi-tech Pre-season! by Warren Barton - 22/07/2002
This is my first pre-season away from Newcastle in quite a few years, I have to say I’m impressed! [More]
What a Clash! by John Beresford - 14/04/2002
What a Clash! That's both the game and the collision between Al and Rob! [More]
Three points we really needed by Nolberto Solano - 14/04/2002
Nobby talks about the dramatic 3-2 victory at Derby [More]
Good Bye Rob by John Beresford - 07/02/2002
So it’s an end of an era as Rob Lee leaves Newcastle. I’m sorry, but not surprised to see my mate go. [More]
Told you so! by John Beresford - 03/02/2002
On Friday I gave you my thoughts on Warren Barton’s transfer, and in particular the impact he’d have on the club. [More]
Wal’s off to Derby by John Beresford - 01/02/2002
In December I was at the Tyne Tees studio with Wal, and we watched the Chelsea v Newcastle Worthington Cup game. [More]