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Kelle Roos

Squad No:21
Position:Goalkeeper



Player Ratings for Kelle Roos

DateOppositionVScoreReportsRating
7 AugHuddersfield Town H1 - 10 N/A
10 AugSalford City CC1st RoundH3 - 30 N/A
14 AugPeterborough United A2 - 10 N/A
18 AugHull City A0 - 10 N/A
21 AugMiddlesbrough H0 - 00 N/A
24 AugSheffield United CC2nd RoundA2 - 10 N/A
28 AugNottingham Forest H1 - 10 N/A

10 SepBirmingham City A2 - 00 N/A
14 SepWest Bromwich Albion A0 - 00 N/A
18 SepStoke City H2 - 10 N/A
25 SepSheffield United A1 - 00 N/A
29 SepReading H1 - 00 N/A

2 OctSwansea City H0 - 01 N/A
16 OctPreston North End A0 - 00 N/A
19 OctLuton Town H2 - 20 N/A
23 OctCoventry City A1 - 10 N/A
30 OctBlackburn Rovers H1 - 20 N/A

3 NovBarnsley A2 - 10 N/A
6 NovMillwall A1 - 10 N/A
21 NovAFC Bournemouth H3 - 20 N/A
24 NovFulham A0 - 00 N/A
29 NovQueens Park Rangers H1 - 22
  • Currently out of 10
5.4

4 DecBristol City A1 - 00 N/A
11 DecBlackpool H1 - 00 N/A
27 DecWest Bromwich Albion H1 - 00 N/A
30 DecStoke City A1 - 20 N/A

3 JanReading A2 - 20 N/A
8 JanCoventry City FAC3rd RoundA1 - 00 N/A
15 JanSheffield United H2 - 00 N/A
22 JanNottingham Forest A2 - 10 N/A
30 JanBirmingham City H2 - 20 N/A

2 FebHuddersfield Town A2 - 00 N/A
8 FebHull City H3 - 10 N/A
12 FebMiddlesbrough A4 - 10 N/A
19 FebPeterborough United H1 - 00 N/A
23 FebMillwall H1 - 20 N/A
26 FebLuton Town A1 - 00 N/A

1 MarCardiff City A1 - 00 N/A
5 MarBarnsley H2 - 00 N/A
12 MarAFC Bournemouth A2 - 00 N/A
15 MarBlackburn Rovers A3 - 10 N/A
19 MarCoventry City H1 - 10 N/A

2 AprPreston North End H1 - 00 N/A
9 AprSwansea City A2 - 10 N/A
15 AprFulham H2 - 10 N/A
18 AprQueens Park Rangers A1 - 01 N/A
23 AprBristol City H1 - 30 N/A
30 AprBlackpool A0 - 20
  • Currently out of 10
7

7 MayCardiff City H0 - 10 N/A

Player Stats for Kelle Roos

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2021-20221710000000000
2020-20211210000100000

News Stories for Kelle Roos

Bill's Take: What Do The Rams Need To Succeed? Fri 22nd Apr 2016
Following the Rams’ defeat at Cardiff just over 2 weeks ago on 2nd April, it looked as though the race for play-off spots in the Championship would be a nail-biter.
Bill's Take: Can Rams On Loan, Learn & Return As First Team Force? Thu 15th Oct 2015
In last week’s column I brought up the subject of Mason Bennett, and how I think he needs to go out on loan to give him experience, and improve his chances of eventually playing first team football at Derby.
Morley's Musings: Massive Investment Must Translate Into Promotion Thu 03rd Sep 2015
So there we have it – in 2 days we had 2 massive new signings and a new outright owner of the club!
Morley's Musings: Clement's In The Market But Should He Buy Or Loan? Wed 26th Aug 2015
Paul Clement has said that he wants to make an addition or two to his squad before the transfer window closes with Huddersfield’s Jacob Butterfield seemingly the number one target.
Bill's Take: I'm Worried About Handkerchief Waving Grant Thu 26th Mar 2015
A pretty much compulsory feature of any football team fan message board is the thread that allows posters to award points and make summary comments for each player’s performance in the match just finished.
Bill's Take: With Bryson But A Shadow - We Need Will! Fri 06th Mar 2015
They say that a week is a long time in politics. Evidently a week is quite a while in football too.
The Weston Report: I Should Have Kept My Mouth Shut About His Timber Mon 16th Feb 2015
Take May 30th out of your diary folks. The ten-man Rams bravely exited this year competition after a pulsating cup-tie.
What I.Saw: The Incompetent Ref & A Footballing Dinosaur Sun 15th Feb 2015
Incompetent: Lacking qualities necessary for effective conduct or action.
The Weston Report: McClaren Experiments But What Did We Learn? Mon 26th Jan 2015
File this one away under, ‘typical cup tie.’ An open, entertaining game which could - and should have - resulted in more goals.
The Weston Report: If We All Pitch In - Can We Send Best Back? Mon 05th Jan 2015
The F.A cup. No matter how hard the fools at the Football Association try and squeeze the spirit out of it by playing games over 45 consecutive days and 400 different TV channels, it is still the best cup competition in the world. Saturday at the iPro was proof.
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