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Steve Bloomer: Watching at last

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What do you think of the Steve Bloomer bust? And who else do you think should be commemmorated in this way at Pride Park Stadium?

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Excellent bust. Now that Steve Bloomer is actually watching, can we scrap the song - its awful and its replacement is long overdue.
Nick

you could do with him now Dierby !
derby red

Prehaps now Steve Bloomer is actually watching, we wont have to have that stupid song played every game. Its a great bust, but that song sucks and I cringe every time I hear it.
Nick

No doubt that Steve Bloomer was a great player and servant of the club but that is a long time ago now. Forest has this obsession with the European Cup but that at least is fairly recent. We could have honoured the Clough/Taylor partnership in some way, perhaps a reproduction of them in the old dugout. Anyway let’s look to the future from now on, stick with Nigel in the long term and I’m sure he will do a great job
Robert Walker

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The Bloomer Biography

  • The legendary striker scored 332 goals for the Rams in 525 games in two spells in the 1890s and early 1900s.
  • Bloomer scored 28 times in 23 international games for England.
  • Bloomer missed the 1903 final against Bury due to an arm injury.
  • His playing career at the BBG ended in January 1914, at the age of 40.
  • He died in April 1938 and his grave can be found in Derby's Nottingham Road Cemetery.






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