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newsfootball4 months ago

If takeover does happen then I want to rebuild Derby County, admits Wayne Rooney

Derby County manager Wayne Rooney has confessed that he wants to be the one to rebuild the club if the takeover does take place but also added that if it doesn’t, the Rams are in trouble. The Championship side were relegated to the third tier of the English football pyramid earlier this week.
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newsfootball4 months ago

There's probably not footballer on planet who isn't jealous Cristiano Ronaldo, admits Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney has laughed off former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo's suggestion that the former England international is jealous of the United star by claiming that every footballer in the world would be jealous of Ronaldo for the career he has had. Ronaldo rejoined United the previous summer.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Everton have to leave everything out on the pitch, claims Wayne Rooney

Former Everton and Manchester United player Wayne Rooney has asserted that the Merseyside club should leave everything out on the pitch in their crucial Premier League game against Burnley. The Clarets host Everton in a high-stakes match that could decide the course of relegation on Wednesday.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Chris Kirchner’s offer to buy Derby County accepted by their administrators

In a statement, Derby County’s administrators have confirmed that they have accepted Chris Kirchner’s offer to buy the Rams with the American now the preferred bidder. The American was the top choice but stepped out of the running to focus on Preston North End, only to change directions again.
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newsfootball6 months ago

As a strike partner Carlos Tevez was one I enjoyed playing with most, admits Wayne Rooney

Former Manchester United player Wayne Rooney has revealed that he enjoyed playing with Carlos Tevez the most during their spell at the Manchester club as he felt they shared a strong connection with each other. The Argentinean joined arch-rivals Manchester City in the summer of 2009.
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newsfootball6 months ago

Know that I can have good management career because of Derby County, proclaims Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney has admitted that his time at Derby County has helped make him a better manager and he believes that because of their situation, he knows he can do well as a manager. The former England captain also opened up about his struggles as a player, including his battle with binge drinking.
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newsfootball7 months ago

Everton asked me to interview but I turned them down, reveals Wayne Rooney

Derby County boss Wayne Rooney has confirmed that Everton did ask him to interview as their next manager but he turned them down as he still has a job to do with the Rams. The Manchester United legend has won plaudits for the work that he has done this season, despite all the constrictions.
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newsfootball7 months ago

Derby County given one month extension to provide proof of funding for rest of season

In a statement, the English Football League (EFL) have confirmed that they have given Derby County a four week extension to provide proof of funding for the rest of the season. The Rams are currently in a very precarious position as they face liquidation if administrators are unable to find a buyer.
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newsfootball8 months ago

Chris Kirchner withdraws bid to buy Derby County after failing to come to an agreement

US businessman Chris Kirchner has confirmed, via Twitter, that he has withdrawn his bid to buy Derby County with him unable to agree to a deal with the club’s administrators. The Rams entered administration in September and have been looking for a new owner to bail them out since.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Derby County deducted nine more points after admitting to breaches of EFL rules

In a statement released, the English Football League has revealed that Derby County has received a nine-point deduction after they admitted to breaching the Profitability and Sustainability rules. This takes the Rams’ total to 21 points which places them at the bottom of the Championship table.
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