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Gary Rowett: Derby County appoint ex-Birmingham City boss as manager

Gary Rowett has been appointed Derby County manager until the end of the 2018-19 season.

Derby are 10th in the Championship and sacked Steve McClaren on Sunday, five months into his second spell in charge.

Rowett is County's fifth director in 13 months taking after Paul Clement, Darren Wassall, Nigel Pearson and McClaren. Rowett, who was sacked by Birmingham in December, made 120 outings for the Rams from 1995 to 1998 and said he has an "exceptional bond" with the club. He is no stranger to supporters subsequent to showing up for the club in the vicinity of 1995 and 1998, amid which time he added to the Rams' advancement to the top flight in 1995/96.

Rowett could be a good appointment and popular, different level of management of player and expectation to Brum, if you want promotion and someone to motivate and get the best out of the players we currently have. Neil Warnock, no other manager has had more teams promoted.

Rowett, who recently held talks with Rangers, will become Derby’s fifth permanent manager in the space of 22 months and inherits a team who are 10th in the Championship, 10 points adrift of a play‑off berth on the back of a damaging run during which the club won once in nine league games, culminating in McClaren’s dismissal.

"Living in the local area understand the expectation of the fan base and it goes without saying that Derby County has fantastic and committed supporters.

 He is an exemplar of the qualities and values we want in our team and has clearly demonstrated his abilities to get that from his players too. Sure that all of our supporters, staff and players extend their unequivocal support and best wishes to Gary and his staff.”

The ex-Burton Albion manager was also linked with the vacant Norwich job and also held talks with Rangers.

Gary the man but he's got have a clear out over summer if we are to push on whoever takes over remember we are not Watford, Barnsley, Norwich or a Hull we're Derby County Twice Champions of England people forget this including some players who clearly not interested come on DCFC but this great city back on the map again!

"I have coached in the academy in the past so I know the values of the club and I am looking forward to sharing my experience and knowledge of the league with the staff and players says the Gary Rowett.