It’s good to see that some of the club’s legends still keep us in their thoughts.
It’s nice to hear them pop up every now and again with their views and memories of their time at the club. And when it comes to a guy like this, it makes it that extra bit special. I’m talking of course about Marco Gabbiadini.
With Tuesday marking the anniversary of the day the club reached the Premier League back in the 1995/96 season after a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace, Gabbiadini decided to pop up on Twitter and voice his views about his time at the club with five simple words, “Happy Memories. What a club”.
Will we be able to see games at Pride Park by the end of 2020?
Words that Rams fans flocked to as they shared their joy with the former forward.
Marco….what a player!
— PaulS (@slates71) April 28, 2020
luv u marc x
— Joe van der scheepers (@jxe_l) April 28, 2020
Great memories of watching you at the BBG. What a player!
— Dave's on the Couch (@davidlee535) April 28, 2020
Happy memories of you too Marco! What a player!
— Andrew Swift (@swigger67) April 28, 2020
And you, MG were such a massive part of that. Great memories and superb match days🐏🐏🐏🐏
— sean donnelly (@seantheram) April 28, 2020
And it was a pleasure watching you play for the Rams Marco , hope you’re getting through the lockdown ok
— Steve Brown (@SteveBr03986547) April 29, 2020
Unlike Keogh you were a legend, what’s your favourite ever Derby goal?! https://t.co/OjPqBPfFEH
— Ashley West (@westash90) April 28, 2020
A credit to the club both on and off the pitch it would seem.