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The new Derby County boss Steve McClaren says he is not planning a big clear-out of players from the club.
McClaren, who took over as head coach after Nigel Clough was sacked, says he is happy with the current squad.
The Rams host Leeds United tomorrow at Pride Park, a team who have been defeated by Derby in each of the last nine matches.
The new Derby County head coach, Steve McClaren, was delighted with the team's attitude and response against Ipswich in the second half which saw them come back from 4-1 down to earn a 4-4 draw.
He says it is likely to take some time to build a squad that can properly challenge for promotion.
McClaren added the set-up left by Nigel Clough is excellent.
He has not been given any targets by the club owners.
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Steve McClaren, the former Nottingham Forest and England manager has been officially unveiled as Derby's new head coach.
He takes over after Nigel Clough was sacked at the weekend.
At a press conference this morning he spoke about his vision for the club.
McClaren said he had always wanted to return to the club having been assistant manager there in the 90's.
Speaking at a press conference today where Steve McClaren has been officially unveiled as the new head coach of Derby County he said, "I always knew if the opportunity came (to join Derby) I'd take it".
Former Derby County coach Nigel Clough has thanked the club's supporters for their backing during his time as the team's manager, the Derby Telegraph has reported.
Following a 1-0 defeat by Nottingham Forest at the City Ground, Clough as sacked from the club on Saturday, after four years and nine months in the job.
According to the newspaper, Clough said:
Former Nottingham Forest and England boss Steve McClaren will be officially unveiled as Derby's new head coach this morning.
He takes over after Nigel Clough was sacked at the weekend - tonight Derby face Ipswich at Pride Park.
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