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Derby

A city in the East Midlands UK; pronounced DAR bee.
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Derbyshire has had to deal with a lack of activity in the main since his loan move from Olympiakos.
McLeish has been keen to add to his squad this summer after their impressive first season after promotion, and Derbyshire becomes the second striker to join the club after former Valencia frontman Nikola Zigic.
Derbyshire also offered Rankin a two-year deal, which they withdrew last week after he allegedly failed to meet a deadline.
Derbyshire has responded with five goals - and is in line to partner Benni McCarthy against struggling City today.
Utilizing the data held within STB-SuperConsolidator, STB's data management tool, STB-Reporter will output the mandatory FSA reports with minimal intervention required by The Derbyshire.
Derbyshire says if there was one regret from the Sault's Trade Bridge event last summer it was that other northern communities either did not sign on, or had no knowledge of it.
In the past, Internet access for employees comprised of just a limited number of dial-up PCs across the organisation's sites; however with the Nokia solution in place, The Derbyshire can now provide secure Internet access to all its employees, including those across the 53-strong branch network.
Martin Guptill, who struck 227 last week has a side injury and after consulting with the New Zealand Cricket Board, he was left out of the Derbyshire team before joining up with the tourists next week.
SCORECARD DERBYSHIRE v GLAMORGAN At Derby Overnight: Glamorgan 138 (A L Hughes 4-46) and 175 (M H A Footitt 6-48).
Derbyshire skipper Wayne Madsen made his second 50 of the game and Ben Slater and Shivnarine Chanderpaul also made half-centuries as Derbyshire ended day three on 237 for five, a lead of 235.
The new MV Derbyshire Trust Fund aims to help prevent loss of life at sea and has been set up by families who lost loved ones in the MV Derbyshire disaster 34 years ago.

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