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Darren Moore On Nightmare Result

Derby defender Darren Moore looks back at last week's thrashing at the hands of Liverpool and explains why the experience can only make the Rams stronger in his brand new www.icons.com diary.

'We were taught a bit of a lesson by Liverpool and while no team wants to be on the end of a 6-0 defeat, we think we have learned something from that game and we're stronger for the experience.

'The simple fact is that we were up against opposition of the highest quality and a team that will be in the hunt for the Premiership title this season. They played some fantastic football and it's just a shame that we were on the receiving end.

A confident Moore also says Billy Davies' men have got what it takes to stay in the Premiership despite their shaky start to the campaign:

'Teams like us can compete but it's all about surviving this first season and then trying to move up to the next level. The longer we can stay in the Premiership, the better chance we have of making ourselves permanent residents.

'Over the next two or three seasons we are aiming to get established and then get fully up to pace and I truly believe that we have the squad and the management team here to achieve that.'

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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 7 2007

Time: 12:07PM

Your Comments

he's a target for the Swans! hmm for some reason I don't think we've got much chance of getting him!
KevinE
Wait till ya get the Arsenal lads!
HerbertChapman
i think liverpool have gave you the kick up the arse you needed
muffdaddy1983
do you think you're out of your depth in the Prem?
merlin
What are the odds on Derby being this year's Watford?
Aamir
i even thin they will have a new prem record with the lowest points sunderland should be happy ;)
muffdaddy1983
gotta say your team just dont look like they can cut it at this level, and the summer signings werent exactly encouraging either
daspecial1
You could easily the worst team in the premierships history if you can playing like this.
will it ever happen
 

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