Derby 2 West Brom 2: Clough piles on misery by admitting Hulse is for sale

07 December 2009 02:02
As if it wasn't frustrating enough to be denied victory by two bitterly contested goals - one of them a Thierry Henry copycat handball incident - Derby fans suffered more disappointment when manager Nigel Clough admitted that top scorer Rob Hulse could be sold next month. [LNB]And Clough accepted that he could be confined to the loan market for his own team-building efforts even if Hulse does pull in a major cash windfall. [LNB]For sale: Clough admits Derby will listen to offers for Rob Hulse[LNB] The striker has been linked with Wolves. Clough said: 'It's the samewith any player. If an offer comes in we will consider it on itsmerits.' [LNB]Hulse was an oddly passive figure in a tigerish Derby display whichlooked set to yield victory after Paul Dickov's 40th-minute goal madeit 1-0 with eight minutes left.[LNB] Derby were outraged when Simon Cox clearly used a hand to bundle inthe equaliser and Clough later claimed that Albion's second goal fromGraham Dorrans two minutes into injury time stemmed from a 'blatantfoul' on sub DJ Campbell. [LNB]Justice was done when Campbell poached Derby's second goal after four minutes of added time.[LNB] Derby County 2 West Brom 2: DJ Campbell's late strike is just reward Derby deny £3m approach from Wolves for in-demand striker HulseBrian Laws in firing line after Sheffield Wednesday's weak runDerby County 2 West Brom 2: DJ Campbell's late strike is just reward [LNB][LNB] [LNB] [LNB] Explore more:People:Nigel Clough, Simon Cox, Paul Dickov

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