Derby County face near-certain relegation as they are set for a further nine-point reduction

Derby face near-certain relegation as they are set for a further NINE-point deduction – taking their total penalty to 21 points and leaving Rams boss Wayne Rooney with an almost impossible task amid administration plight

  • Derby County’s struggles continue as they are set for another nine-point penalty
  • The Rams already received a 12-point reduction for going into administration 
  • The new penalty will take them to a total of 21 points and near-certain relegation 











Derby face near-certain relegation to League One with Wayne Rooney’s side set for a further nine-point deduction, taking the total loss to 21 points.

The Rams were already working under a 12-point penalty imposed for entering administration and are now poised for a further punishment of nine points by the EFL for historic breaches of financial regulations.

The imminent deduction will be a huge blow to Rooney, who inspired a strong response from his players after they originally went into administration on September 22.

Wayne Rooney’s side set for a further nine-point deduction, facing near-certain relegation  

The former England captain was made Derby’s permanent manager at the start of this year and has always stressed his commitment to the club through various periods of crisis.

Rooney’s side sit seven points adrift of safety following the deduction and are waiting to hear if their appeal against the original 12-point penalty is successful. 

Administrators Quantuma continue to try to find a buyer who can rebuild the club and they remain in discussions with at least three parties.

The Rams were already working under a 12-point penalty imposed for entering administration

The Rams were already working under a 12-point penalty imposed for entering administration 

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