Rams record first win away from home

Last updated : 23 January 2008 By Rams Mad Editor
Yes it was lower league opposition, yes it was a heavy wet pitch and yes it took a penalty competition to decide the winner but Rams fans went home happy that Dery County had reached the 4th Round of the FA Cup.

The Rams did it the hard way yet again after falling behind early in the first half of this tie. The Rams according to local radio reports were dire in the first half.
Paul Jewell seemed to do the trick at half time and Derby were level after two minutes of the second period, with Kenny Miller again bringing the teams level.

The Rams held their nerve during the penalty deciders and cool penalty taking and two superb stops by the Rams Welsh International keeper Lewis Price sent the travelling fans wild.

It may not have seemed to the casual observer anything special but for the shell shocked Derby County Players it may well be the spark they needed to at least get them playing with pride ands determination.

Derby Now take on Preston North End at Pride Park on Saturday with a prize of a 5th Round FA Cup place at stake.

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