Derby County fans have been tweeting their reaction to the news that Steve McClaren has been sacked from his position as head coach.Read the full story ›
Derby County have terminated the contract of Head Coach Steve McClaren with immediate effect.Read the full story ›
Derby have sacked manager Steve McClaren after he failed to guide them into the Premier League at the second time of asking this season.
A club statement confirmed:
The decision follows a thorough review of the 2014/15 season by the club’s Board of Directors.
The Board believes that the appointment of a new Head Coach is required to continue the club’s on-field progress and the search is now underway to appoint a successor.
The Board remains firmly committed and driven to achieving promotion to the Premier League.
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England under-21 goalkeeper, Jack Butland, is backing Derby County to win promotion to the Premier League.
Butland - who played for the Rams on loan earlier in the season - was speaking on a visit to the National Football Centre near Burton-upon-Trent.
Derby County have signed defender Stephen Warnock from Championship rivals Leeds United.
The 33-year-old England international has signed an 18-month deal with the Rams for an undisclosed fee.
We’re very pleased to welcome Stephen Warnock to Derby County.
He is a solid and experienced defender who certainly strengthens our defensive options for the remaining months of the season.
The next few months are going to be extremely important for us and it is vital to have a strong squad to call upon.
As well as being a very good player he has excellent leadership qualities.
Warnock, who was born in Ormskirk, West Lancarshire, began his playing career at Liverpool, making 67 appearances for the Reds.
He has also spent time on loan at Bradford City, Coventry City and Bolton Wanderers, in addition to spells at Blackburn Rovers and Aston Villa.
A ten-man Derby County were beaten at home by Premier League leaders Chelsea in the Capital One Cup.
The Rams were down to ten-men for the closing stages of the game after centre back, Jake Buxton, was given a red card.
The game ended Derby 1 - 3 Chelsea
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