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4 minutes ago, Ham said:

Please tell me they have another Mason there. The 'free masons' has a ring to it. 

 

That might not resonate with overseas fans on here. 

As it happens I walked into Derby this morning.  Past some weird club.   First time I have ever been to Derby. Didn't know about the game, so left this afternoon.

image.thumb.png.f5b4fac4e705ada8fc20db22934142f6.pngRather that Freemasons they seem to They have a different club of their own.

Googling tells me:

believe it or not, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) is not affiliated with or an appendant body of Freemasonry. However, it is pretty obvious that the two Fraternities are very similar in both the symbolism they use, the values they share, and in the way they began.

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Jasonb   

Great result for Frank an jury time winner after being poor in the 1st half.

Reports suggest he brought on a fresh wide man against a struggling wide back that turned the tide.

If they can get a win at home next match things are looking up.

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40 minutes ago, Jasonb said:

Great result for Frank an jury time winner after being poor in the 1st half.

Reports suggest he brought on a fresh wide man against a struggling wide back that turned the tide.

If they can get a win at home next match things are looking up.

He did well , I watched the first half and Derby were diabolical , saw some of the second and it was chalk and cheese .

I did have a chuckle to myself as one of the reasons they struggled in the first half was Lawrence was trying to win the game on his own and making a right mess of it , Mount was being ignored by Lawrence and the dreadful Nugent , and what happens Mount gets the equaliser and Lawrence the winner .

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When he celebrated that winning goal, I had a pang of nostalgia fill my heart. 

Good luck to him, but he's got his work cut out.

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JaneB   
10 hours ago, NoblyBobly said:

When he celebrated that winning goal, I had a pang of nostalgia fill my heart. 

Good luck to him, but he's got his work cut out.

It's like sending your child out into the world.

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JaneB   
31 minutes ago, NoblyBobly said:

I would have locked him in his bedroom :)

I know 😔

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