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Derby: Fans react as takeover is called off

Derby: Fans react as takeover is called off -Derby County News

A number of Derby County supporters have been left happy with the news that a planned takeover of the club has now officially been called off.

The Rams ensured they remained in the Championship for another season last weekend, following a breathless final day – providing they survive a possible points deduction.

Wayne Rooney’s side may only have managed to draw 3-3 at home to Sheffield Wednesday, but Rotherham’s failure to win away to Cardiff City meant Derby stayed up.

It was a huge relief for everyone associated with the club, with hope that they can now push onto bigger and better things with Rooney at the helm.

Talk surrounding a takeover taking place at Pride Park has not been met with resounding positivity however, but that news has now taken a twist.

According to BBC Sport, Spanish businessman Erik Alonso’s proposed takeover of Derby has fallen through, with his company, No Limit Sports Limited, failing to complete a deal.

Derby fans flock to failed takeover

These Derby fans have been providing their thoughts on the matter on Twitter, with much happiness in the air.

Some good news for once

Credit: @iancf

Happy Friday!

Credit: @Nuwtfly

Finally good news. Time to move on let the yanks buy the club and move on from the mess that has been the last 2 years

Credit: @stefdcfc89

This is great to see, it’s time to bring someone in who can bring stability to the club and put us back on an even footing, without the drama and the false promises. Let’s hope something can be tied up quickly and move forward

Credit: @Rik_JP1884

Get innnn

Credit: @AdamDCFC1884

It’s official!

Credit: @DerbyStatistics

In other news, some Derby fans have been lauding one player after the Rams stayed in the Championship. Find out who it is here.

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