Derby County manager Wayne Rooney has opened up about his disappointment at the team’s relegation from the Championship. But I’m proud of everyone in the team trying their best.
The Iron Sheep are relegated from the Championship to League One next season after their 1-0 defeat by Queens Park Rangers on Monday, leaving just 31 points, not enough to survive. 3 more matches
Derby have played difficult this season after being cut 21 points earlier in the season for financial breaches. There is also the problem of players being injured and losing their main character in the winter market.
Rooney opened up: “It’s a weird feeling, it’s sad. I’m disappointed and discouraged. But at the same time very proud What the players have done together this season is amazing.” He talked to UFABET
“The points we collect The effort we put in every week is incredible. I’m proud of the players and staff because we work so hard to compete at this level.”
“I am proud of what the players have done. While the fans have been great all season,” concluded the former Manchester United striker.
Rooney burst on to the scene as a 16-year-old and was recognised in the early stages of his career as a combative and aggressive striker.And he also admitted that he would channel that aggression into fights as a teenager.”We used to go up to Southport and fight a lot,” said Rooney. “I’ve come back with my eye all stitched up.
“But ultimately a young Rooney was one of the brightest young talents in England at the time, and he had to be reminded of that to stick on track and fulfil his potential.