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Thread: Reported, Steve McClaren Axed as Senior Advisor, at Derby County

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    Reported, Steve McClaren Axed as Senior Advisor, at Derby County

    Seems Derby County administration has its first casualty, after being reported that
    senior advisor Steve McClaren has been axed from the club.

    Steve McClaren seems to have some irons in the fire, with FIFA & UEFA interested
    in recruiting him, for a role in a respective " think tank ".

    Derby County owner Mel Morris said to be writing off 100m loans to the club, with
    there being several interested parties looking to buy the club.

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    Watch em climb the table now that loser is gone

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    It would seem Derby County have decided to change the reported axing of advisor
    Steve McClaren, & have kept him on at the club, on a greatly reduced salary.
    Again reported McClaren offered to stay on at the club, with no salary.

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    whats happening behind the scenes at Derby County, Wayne Rooney said Mel Morris,
    the Derby County owner, would not answer his phone calls, & he had not spoken to
    the owner since 8th August.
    So Rooney used the club doctors phone to contact Morris, & Morris answered the
    club doctors phone.
    No information to what was said.
    Rooney says he is going to stick it out with the club, there is quite a number of
    interested parties, looking at buying the club. with 2 frontrunners.

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    McLaren sounds like the first victim in reducing the wage bill

    Rooney no doubt is trying to negotiate his exit compromise agreement

    Reduce the payroll costs to hopefully attract new investors

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    According to blunts fans Derby are playing much better then last season

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    Quote Originally Posted by flourbasher View Post
    According to blunts fans Derby are playing much better then last season
    They were already on 14 points before the hit so yes they are. The minus 2 will disappear in no time. By all accounts they were very unlucky at the Lane last Saturday having hit the woodwork twice during the match.

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    According to this article I stumbled across it just gets worse for Derby.

    https://www.gazettelive.co.uk/sport/...mpaign=organic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronners View Post
    According to this article I stumbled across it just gets worse for Derby.

    https://www.gazettelive.co.uk/sport/...mpaign=organic
    Similar to Wycombe they could either take legal action against Derby or the EFL or both
    Gibson doesn't appear too enamoured with the EFL's lack of control stretching back years

    I suspect they are ordering additional toilet rolls at EFL house

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    Quote Originally Posted by flourbasher View Post
    Similar to Wycombe they could either take legal action against Derby or the EFL or both
    Gibson doesn't appear too enamoured with the EFL's lack of control stretching back years

    I suspect they are ordering additional toilet rolls at EFL house
    😆😆😆

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