sport news Derby County's administrators tell Wayne Rooney they WON'T sack him to save his ...

sport news Derby County's administrators tell Wayne Rooney they WON'T sack him to save his ...
sport news Derby County's administrators tell Wayne Rooney they WON'T sack him to save his ...
Derby County's administrators tell Wayne Rooney they WON'T sack him to save his wages - but are now hunting for new investment to pay the club's players and staff Derby County entered administration this week amid serious financial issues Club was automatically deducted 12 points to sink to bottom of Championship Club's administrators are confident new owners for the club can be found soon Manager Wayne Rooney's job is save despite the need to cut costs  There is confident that Derby will be able to fulfil all of this season's fixtures 

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Derby County's administrators insist Wayne Rooney's job is not under threat as they look to cut costs and there is already genuine interest in buying the stricken Championship club.

The Rams officially entered administration earlier this week, triggering an automatic 12-point deduction that sunk them to the bottom of the table.

Owner Mel Morris said the club lost £20million in lost revenue as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the administrators confirmed Derby's debts run into 'the tens of millions of pounds' without disclosing the exact figure.

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