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Derby County WILL be able to start the new season in League One after club received short-term loan


Derby County WILL be able to start the new season in League One after a local businessman made a short term loan to the club so that wages can be paid

  • Derby County have been in administration since September last year
  • Previous buyer, Chris Kirchner, stepped aside with only weeks to go before the new season is set to start with Derby hosting Oxford United on July 30 
  • While Mike Ashley and Andrew Appleby prepare bids to buy the club there had been concern over short-term funding to pay the staff’s wages 

Derby County have secured a short term loan from a local…



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