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Give Derbyshire a Chance for Rovers



Most felt (44% in fact) that Nonda and Derbyshire is the partnership that Mark Hughes should go with when we travel to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal on Saturday, this got my vote also.

The other options came in pretty close, but Derbyshire and Paul Gallagher (23%) came in as the second favourite, closely followed by Nonda and Gallagher (17%).

So in summary
Play Nonda alone - 14%
Nonda & Derbyshire - 44%
Nonda & Gally - 17%
Derbyshire & Gally - 23%
Other combination (who I don`t know?) - 2%


With Lucas Neill almost certain to leave in January with Michael Gray currently occupying the left-back role which will be vacated by the Australian's departure the current poll suggested by MikeyGamst is asking, "Do Gray's recent performances warrant a regular starting place… when Neill leaves?"

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Writer: Walker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday December 21 2006

Time: 11:36PM

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Nonda & Derbyshire for me, Nonda likes to drop deep Derbyshire doesn't so this could create openings for the youngster. The Arsenal defence of recent times is always liable to give you an opening, think this partnership could cause some? When back I think Benni & Derbyshire would be an awesome pairing if given time.
Hughes Da Man
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21/12/2006 23:40:00

It has to be Nonda and Derbyshire. They are more compatible than the any other potential pairings.
MikeyGamst
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22/12/2006 18:04:00

 

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