The latest Derby County headlines from DerbyshireLive Derby County owner and chairman Mel Morris is set to meet the Supporter Charter Group - representatives of various supporters' groups - next week to field questions about fans' concerns. The Rams remain under a transfer embargo with less than two weeks to go before the new Championship campaign kicks off.
The new Championship campaign is set to kick off in less than two weeks Derby County owner and chairman Mel Morris is set to meet the Supporter Charter Group - representatives of various supporters' groups - next week to field questions about fans' concerns. The Rams remain under a transfer embargo with less than two weeks to go before the new Championship campaign kicks off.
It has been a rollercoaster of a year for everyone associated with Derby County as the club have experienced plenty of lows as well as some highs. Following a shocking run of form in the Championship, the Rams finally provided their supporters with something to shout about on the final day of the previous campaign as they avoided relegation to the third-tier by clinching a dramatic draw with Sheffield Wednesday at Pride Park.
The ongoing takeover saga of Derby County does not look likely to find a resolution anytime soon. What’s the latest? That’s according to a claim made by Alan Nixon, with The Sun journalist revealing in a post on Twitter that there has been “no progress” with any of the proposed takeover deals reported concerning Derby.
There has been no progress made concerning a Derby County takeover, according to journalist Alan Nixon. Current owner Mel Morris has been looking to find a buyer for some time now and has seen two takeover deals fall through this year, with Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al Nehayan’s collapsing in March and Erik Alonso’s failing in May.
Rooney is battling to pull a side together to make Derby competitive in the Championship after their brush with the drop last term Wayne Rooney could use as many as seven trialists in cash-strapped Derby's game at Salford on Saturday. Rams boss Rooney is trying to step up his preparations for their Championship opener at home to Huddersfield on August 7.
Derby fans seek assurances from the board that the troubled Championship club will not go into administration this season after takeover setback for current owner Mel Morris
Derby County are managed by former England captain Wayne Rooney The Rams avoided relegation from the Championship on final day of last season Owner Mel Morris is determined to sell but has not been able to agree a takeover The Derby Supporters' Trust sent a strongly worded letter to the club's directors
Known for often talking about his links to the Tigers, the outspoken former Palace owner has fired a shot at the Rams head coach Former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan has launched into a stinging attack on Derby County boss Wayne Rooney. Jordan, who has previously spoken about his interest in buying Hull City, branded the Manchester United legend ‘clueless’ before going on to suggest his managerial career is about to hit a brick wall.
Latest Derby County transfer and takeover news from DerbyshireLive brings an update from chief executive Stephen Pearce on the ownership situation at Pride Park Welcome to your round-up of the latest Derby County news from DerbyshireLive on Tuesday, July 6 2021. Wayne Rooney's side are looking ahead to the start of the new season on August 7 when they will play Huddersfield Town.
Derby County chief executive Stephen Pearce has spoken about the ownership situation at the club. The Rams' current owner, Mel Morris, is looking to offload the club after six years at Pride Park. Morris has already seen two deals to sell the club fall through in the past year.
Derby County owner Mel Morris is still personally paying the Rams players’ salaries. What’s been said? That’s according to a claim made by The Sun journalist Alan Nixon, who revealed in a post on Twitter that Morris once again personally paid the wages of the Derby players for the month of June, something that has previously been reported to cost around £1.2m.
Latest Derby County transfer news from DerbyshireLive brings what has been said about the decision from the EFL not to impose a points deduction on Wayne Rooney's side Derby County will play next season in the Championship. The EFL has decided not to appeal the decision from an independent comission to hand Derby a £100,000 fine for breaking financial fair play rules.
Mel Morris is continuing to pay Derby County’s wages despite trying to sort a takeover out of the club, according to Alan Nixon. The Rams have had various issues regarding finances and a potential sale of the club over the last year, and the problems remain with a potential League One relegation hanging over their head if the EFL decide to take the findings of an independent panel even further.
Football has become a secondary importance to finding an owner who can run the club properly for Derby County, the Rams former boss Paul Jewell has exclusively told Football League World. The 2020/21 season was a challenging one on the pitch for Derby, as they only avoided relegation from the Championship on the final day of the season.
Speaking to Football League World, former Derby County manager Paul Jewell has questioned whether the club will be handed a points deduction over breaches of Financial Fair Play. Derby only avoided relegation to League One on the final day of the Championship season during the 2020/21 campaign, after what had been a disappointing season on the pitch.
Derby County have been handed a huge boost in their bid to bring Teden Mengi back to Pride Park this summer. What’s the talk? That’s according to a report by The Athletic, who claim that Wayne Rooney’s side appear to be on course to land the Manchester United centre-back on another loan deal in the current transfer window, with the Premier League runners-up content to send the 19-year-old back to the Championship side after they secured survival on the final day of the season.
Former Derby County manager Paul Jewell has stated that he feels that there are too many people wasting the club’s time over a potential takeover, during an exclusive interview with Football League World. The Rams have been searching for a new owner for quite some time now, with Mel Morris open to selling up as he looks to move on from Pride Park.
Derby County fans have been reacting to the latest news and rumours surrounding their football club. This comes after The Athletic’s Ryan Conway tweeted that the club only have 14 players left contracted to the club, after the Rams endured an extremely difficult season in the Championship, both on and off the pitch.