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In The Media
The Derby Evening Telegraph publishes a column by RamsTrust every week on Tuesdays on its dedicated Derby County website. and the Trader Group of free newspapers publishes a weekly column by RamsTrust.

The Trader column is for individual members of RamsTrust to put their point of view across in the media. Although the views will not contravene the principles of the trust, the views expressed are entirely personal to the author and do not necessarily represent RamsTrust policy.

The columns are also available here.

Stairway To Heaven - or Road To Hell?
DET Column
Wednesday, June 11 2008
Is the GSE era just the next unstable merry-go-round or a genuine deliverance for Derby County? The question - and indeed the title of this article - applies to all ambitious clubs poised between Premier League riches and Championship promise.

Loyalty Test of the Black & White World
Trader Column
Written by RamsTrust member David Mortimer   
Thursday, January 17 2008
If last season’s climax provided Derby County supporters with cherished Wembley memories, the final third of this Premier League campaign presents a severe test of fans’ loyalty; with instant relegation as the eventual prospect.

A Savage Opinion
Trader Column
Written by RamsTrust Chair Jim Wheeler   
Thursday, January 24 2008
Clearly Paul Jewell is still new to the job and must be given time to build the squad he wants. However, to have sold our Club Captain and the reigning Player of the Season and spent the money on Robbie Savage is – in my opinion - incomprehensible.

Fans Always Lose on Penalties!
DET Column
Wednesday, June 18 2008
Luton Town is one of those clubs epitomised by the use of the term 'homely' – simple, unpretentious, ordinary – a 'community club' - the 'grass roots' of English football. Any of those over-used clichés could equally be applied to Derby County, especially in the pre-Brian Clough era, although the popular term for The Rams at the time was 'sleeping giant'. In the future, Derby may become a 'global brand' – certainly, that is the intention.

1976 and all that....
DET Column
Wednesday, June 25 2008

Football has changed greatly since 1975/6. Way back then standing was the norm and fans could still intermingle with the opposition, though that was beginning to change.

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