The Viewfinder Photographic Society’s (VPS) annual exhibition gets underway once again in October with an exciting 'new look' and in a newly refurbished Skidby Village Hall after the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the event back in 2020. David Marshall, VPS Chairman said: “We can’t wait to welcome visitors to our exhibition after the disappointment of having to cancel it last year.
A mum-of-three "desperate" to watch her children grow up is raising thousands of pounds for ground-breaking cancer treatment. Madeline Goode-Marshall, 44, is undergoing gruelling radiotherapy for a brain tumour that carries a life expectancy of just two to five years. But she hopes to raise £25,000 for avant-garde treatment in Germany that could give her a "second chance at life".
Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers takes inspiration from Craig Gordon’s performances for club and country
Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers says Scotland number one Craig Gordon has provided him with major inspiration in his own efforts to prolong his own career. Gordon, who is in his second spell with Hearts, has reclaimed the national team gloves from David Marshall at the age of 38.
‘Man of the match’, ‘Gets some stick but was awesome’ – Many Derby fans discuss one player after West Brom draw
Derby County held league leaders West Bromwich Albion to a goalless draw at the Hawthorns yesterday and the performance of goalkeeper Kelle Roos has proven a talking point among many Rams fans. The Dutchman played second fiddle to David Marshall for much of the 2020/21 campaign but has established himself as Wayne Rooney’s first choice this term and proved just why last night.
It is understandable attention has zeroed in on the Seville setting for Ange Postecoglou’s first experience of European group stage football as Celtic manager. Beyond the 2003 UEFA Cup final loss to Porto in the city, there is a wider context to the club’s return to Spain, though.
Derby County manager Wayne Rooney has said David Marshall and other fringe players at Pride Park need to make it difficult for him to leave them out of the matchday squad, speaking to Derbyshire Live ahead of tonight’s clash against West Brom. With the Rams’ EFL-imposed transfer embargo severely limiting the amount of business they were able to do in the summer, bringing in just five players in the end despite arguably needing many more, Manchester United legend Rooney opted to strengthen his goalkeeping department by recruiting previous free agent Ryan Allsop.
Scotland’s opening match torment at the hands of Patrik Schick has been used as the launching point for a recreation of Euro 2020s most memorable moments. The video by entertainment group Tedeku – described as “five brothers, one creative warehouse” – has already attracted six thousand likes and three hundred retweets in two hours after being posted to Twitter.
IT really is now a must-win game for Scotland and boss Steve Clarke. Scotland head into tonight’s World Cup qualifier in fourth position in Group F following Wednesday’s defeat in Copenhagen. It’s very much now a battle for second place, with Denmark away and gone at the summit having yet to concede a goal in their four qualifying games.
The Rams continue to operate under a transfer embargo Derby County did not add to their squad before the transfer window closed at 11 last night. The Rams are operating under a transfer embargo and they are not allowed to bring in players, as things stand. They can still sign out-of-contract players, but only if the embargo is relaxed or lifted.
Scotland take on Denmark in their 2022 World Cup qualifier in Copenhagen on Wednesday night. Steve Clarke’s squad has been decimated due to injury and coronavirus issues ahead of the fourth Group F fixture. Here, PA News agency takes a look at five talking points ahead of the encounter which precedes a home game against Moldova and a trip to Austria.
The Rams are currently operating under a transfer embargo and are unable to make signings as things stand Derby County fans have been voicing their frustration on transfer deadline day. The window closes at 11pm tonight but the Rams remain under a transfer embargo and they are unable to sign players, as things stand.
Craig Gordon is looking to take advantage of his latest chance to claim the number one spot for Scotland. The 38-year-old Hearts keeper has been in and out of the national side over the years since making his debut in a 4–1 win over Trinidad and Tobago at Easter Road on May 30, 2004.
Kelle Roos is currently the Rams number one with new signing Ryan Allsop number two Kelle Roos has been installed as Derby County's number one goalkeeper this season with new signing Ryan Allsop as back up. This has left Scottish international David Marshall as third choice. Roos has started in the five Championship matches while Allsop lined up in both Carabao Cup ties against Salford City and Sheffield United.
The Hearts stopper has been in fine form for the Jambos this campaign and looks set to be Steve Clarke's pick in goals. Craig Gordon looks set to take over as Scotland's number one for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers. The 38-year-old goalkeeper has been in top form for Hearts so far this campaign as the Jambos have made a fast start in their Premiership return.
DT Liverpool considering David Marshall approach? LC Wayne Rooney bemoans lack of penalty award as Derby draw with Nottingham Forest WR Brennan Johnson strike earns Nottingham Forest a draw at Derby BJ Championship Table Team P W D L F A GD PTS 1 Bournemouth 7 4 3 0 13
Liverpool have reportedly set their sights on signing Derby County goalkeeper David Marshall as an experienced back-up to number one Alisson Becker. The 36-year-old earned his position as Scotland's main keeper for their Euro 2020 campaign in June, but has fallen down the pecking order at Pride Park, missing out on every Championship fixture so far this season.
A number of Liverpool supporters after fuming after a fresh update claimed any new Reds signings will likely be put off until next year. Jurgen Klopp’s side scraped to a third-place finish in the Premier League last season, despite constant injury problems holding them back. The hope from some fans was therefore that Liverpool would have a busy summer in the transfer market to alleviate that issue, but things haven’t panned out that way to date.
‘If we can get some cash for him, then great’ – Many Derby fans react to surprising Liverpool transfer link
Liverpool have been linked with Derby County goalkeeper David Marshall, which has caused a stir among the Pride Park faithful. The Scottish goalkeeper has fallen down the pecking order at the East Midlands club, with Ryan Allsop and Kelle Roos now seemingly preferred by Wayne Rooney. It seems as though the 36-year-old could be offered a shock Premier League move over the next few days, however, as the Daily Mail has reported that Marshall is a player that Liverpool are interested in.
Liverpool have been linked with a surprise move for Derby goalkeeper David Marshall, but there are clear signs that any deal for the 36-year-old would be unlikely. The Reds have just five days remaining of the summer transfer window, with the deadline set for 11pm on August 31.