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James Collins in frank admission over Derby County squad and says ‘the gaffer touched on it



Derby County’s promotion this season, according to James Collins, will keep the team together forever. However, Collins predicts that coming summer, the team will take different turns.

Last Saturday, in front of spectacular scenes throughout the city, the Rams defeated Carlisle United and made their way back to the second division. Derby has started making plans for how they will get ready for the Championship, which will present a much tougher task than League One, the following season.

After acknowledging he will have to tear the club apart, Derby’s head coach, Paul Warne, will meet one-on-one with the players prior to the announcement of the retained list. However, striker Collins, who is also without a contract, asserts that their on-field accomplishments will bind the class of 2023–24 regardless of what the future holds.

He said on the EFL podcast, “You know how vicious this business can be.” “There are a ton of good points and low points. There are few greater highs than the ones you’ll receive on Saturday and Sunday when you celebrate with the boys and then come in to find that some boys have signed new deals, others have moved, and some won’t be getting new contracts.

“The coach discussed it extensively and stated that the current state of football will prevent this group from ever coming together again. Throughout my work, I have witnessed that there would be changes. We hope that the fans and the boys will always remember what our squad has accomplished. Promotions are something you have to earn; you don’t just get them.Get your Derby County souvenir special now!

Derby County promotion special

We would like to invite you to join us in celebrating Derby County’s successful return to the Championship.

Our Man At The Rams, Leigh Curtis, has written a special 48-page remembrance edition of the Derby Telegraph, devoted entirely to the club’s incredible turnaround in fortunes.

a team that experienced a spectacular promotion after being on the verge of extinction.

Leigh chronicles Derby’s season-long adventure and explains how the team, now owned by David Clowes, rebuilt from the Ashes after almost missing out on the title in the first season under new manager and owner Paul Warne.

Drama has abounded this season, with many highs and lows, all of which culminated in those amazing moments on the field following the match against Carlisle United.

At the final siren, Pride Park was filled with exuberant scenes as fans rushed the field to celebrate their team’s first promotion since Billy Davies led the Rams to the Premier League in 2007.

You can get our limited edition for £3.50 right now and get everything in it.



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