Chris and Ollie are joined by EFL recruitment expert Ram to look at Derby's priorities as the January window opens - and are disrupted by breaking news of a Covid outbreak in the camp....
Recorded 24 hours after the sacking of Phillip Cocu, with the takeover of Derby County expected to go through imminently - Ryan Hills, author of "Pride" was the perfect special guest to help Chris and Ollie put Cocu's tenure into the context of the Rams' recent history,
Ollie and Chris are joined by James Hare (@11pts1win) to look ahead to the 2020/21 Championship season,
Chris, Ollie and special guest Richard Cusack get the cogs whirring again after an unprecedented spring without Derby County.
Recorded just after the transfer window 'slammed shut', with the Rams making no new additions to the squad. Ryan Conway joins Ollie and Chris to discuss Phillip Cocu, Mel Morris and what the hell happened with Filip Benkovic...
Mel fought the law, will the law win? A BlogCast special, as Ollie interviews football finance specialist Kieran Maguire (The Price of Football) to understand how serious the situation is for Derby County, in the wake of charges brought against the club by the EFL.
Ahead of the crucial January window, Chris and Ollie are joined by transfer expert Ram Srinivas to discuss Phillip Cocu's many problems and where Derby County should strengthen their squad
Chris Smith and Ollie are joined by BBC Rams reporter Chris Coles to review a tumultuous few weeks at Derby County, which were overshadowed by a shameful drink-driving case.
Ollie, Chris and special guest Ryan Conway, DCFC reporter for The Athletic, assess Phillip Cocu's first month in the Championship, discuss Wayne Rooney's impending arrival and look ahead to the next episode of the East Midlands Derby soap opera.
With the season only a couple of weeks away, it's time to get the band back together to discuss where Derby are up to, what they still need to do in the transfer market to be ready for another crack at the top six and our initial take on the appointment of Phillip Cocu to replace Frank Lampard. This episode's special guest is Ram Srinivas (@rramesss)
Derby County Podcast originator Joel joins Chris and Ollie to discuss the Rams' impending promotion play-off final against Aston Villa and the all-time classic victory at Leeds, plus praising Frank Lampard for his first season in management.
It's March and hares are running wild all over the place, with national media running scare stories about the future of Derby County's points tally, ownership and management. What better time to take stock and refocus - with this month's special panellist, Jamie Thrasivoulou, the poet behind the brilliant 'We Are Derby'.
Ollie, Chris and David from dcfcfans.uk run through dashed cup dreams and promotion aspirations, as the Rams battle through another Championship winter, this time under Frank Lampard.
Ryan O'Meara joins Ollie and Chris at a pivotal point in Derby County's season, midway through the January transfer window and despite defeat at Leeds, the Rams remain in contention for a play-off place. With plenty of Championship matters to discuss too, including 'Spygate' and the dismissal of our old pal Gary Rowett from Stoke...
Ollie and Chris are joined by the man behind the original Derby County Podcast, Joel Clyne to talk about November's results, the Welsh Wizard Harry Wilson, the brainless biter Bradley Johnson, the upcoming Forest game and what positions Frank Lampard might be looking to strengthen in January.
Easily the most positive BlogCast to date, as Ollie, Chris and guest panellist Blake Fallows enjoy a look back over October's action at Derby County,
Ollie, Chris and guest panellist Liz Slattery discuss a hugely eventful September at Derby County, which veered from the high of winning at Old Trafford to the lows of defeats at Rotherham and Bolton.
Chris and Ollie round up a positive first month of the season from the football club currently known as "Frank Lampard's Derby"
The inaugural Derby County Blogcast covers Frank Lampard's appointment, the promising pre-season win over Southampton, further transfer ins and outs required, plus a quick look around at the other Championship runners and riders.