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Thursday, 31 May 2018

Frank Lampard Unveiled As Derby Manager

Derby announce Frank Lampard as their new manager
Frank Lampard (posing with Derby owner Mel Morris, above) has agreed to become the new Derby manager on a three-year deal. Replacing Gary Rowett, who left to join Stoke nine days ago, will see Lampard take his first step into management. The 106-cap England international walked away from offers tabled by Oxford and Ipswich to wait for the right opportunity but considers the prospects at Derby too good to turn down.



Replacing Gary Rowett, who left to join Stoke nine days ago, will see Lampard take his first step into management.
The 106-cap England international walked away from offers tabled by Oxford and Ipswich to wait for the right opportunity, but considers the prospects at Derby too good to turn down.    
Frank Lampard has agreed to become the new Derby County manager on a three-year deal
Frank Lampard has agreed to become the new Derby County manager on a three-year deal
Replacing Gary Rowett, who left for Stoke, will see Lampard take his first step in management
Replacing Gary Rowett, who left for Stoke, will see Lampard take his first step in management

'I've always wanted to manage a club with a big tradition and history like Derby County, so this is a huge opportunity,' Lampard told Derby's official club website.

'I have spent considerable time discussing the role and the club's objectives with the Chairman and board members.

'We want to build on the club's top six finish in the Championship last season, while at the same time bringing through some of the excellent youth and Academy talent we have at Pride Park.

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