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Derby: Fans bemoan latest Wayne Rooney update

Derby: Fans bemoan latest Wayne Rooney update -Championship

A number of Derby County supporters have been bemoaning a fresh story surrounding manager Wayne Rooney, following a training ground tackle.

The Rams are preparing for another season in the Championship, but it’s fair to say that it’s a tumultuous time at the club currently.

Derby currently have a transfer embargo that means they can only sign free agents or players on loan, which is unlikely to aid their hopes of improving on last season’s performance.

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On top of that, Rooney has found himself in the headlines for the wrong reasons, with a new story now emerging regarding the Rams boss.

According to The Telegraph‘s John Percy on Twitter, it was Rooney’s tackle on Jason Knight in training that led to the midfielder being sidelined for 12 weeks with an ankle injury.

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Derby fans fume at Rooney story

These Derby fans took to Twitter to provide their angry thoughts on the situation.

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I cannot stress how much I miss having a normal, boring football club. This isn’t fun anymore

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I’m lost for words

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Our manager, one member of staff, has made the national news twice in two days, for two separate incidents. Why are we like this?

Credit: @Ewan_Valentine

Anyone else think Mel is about to drop the bomb on Rooney kicking off another 18 months of tribunals which we’ll lose? You just know its coming

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It’s being reported that Knight being out for 2 months is because of a 50/50 challenge in training with Rooney. This club never stops

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In other news, Derby have been dealt a transfer blow regarding one player. Find out who it is here.

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