Derby County FC

Derby County FC Information
Nick-name(s) Rams
League English Championship
Location Derby, England
Founded 1884
Official Website http://www.dcfc.co.uk

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Lampard: Chelsea fans singing for me was incredible

Derby manager Frank Lampard was pleased to receive a warm welcome from the Chelsea fans at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount wants first-team future at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea legend and current Derby manager Frank Lampard is greeted by rapturous applause from the supporters after his side's showing at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea assistant manager Gianfranco Zola said Derby surprised the Blues in their narrow 3-2 victory in the Carabao Cup. LONDON -- Mason Mount has told ESPN FC that he wants to play for Chelsea next season and hopes to emulate his current Derby manager Frank Lampard's achievements at the club.Former Chelsea star Lampard was given a hero's welcome on his return to Stamford Bridge as Derby gave the Blues a scare in the Carabao Cup fourth round before losing 3-2.On-loan midfielder Mount was one of the Championship side's most impressive performers, creating the second goal for Martyn Waghorn and going close to scoring.Lampard...

Zola: Derby caught us by surprise

Chelsea assistant manager Gianfranco Zola said Derby surprised the Blues in their narrow 3-2 victory in the Carabao Cup.

Chelsea's past and Derby's present, Frank Lampard had all eyes on him at Stamford Bridge

Two own goals and a Cesc Fabregas strike proved just enough for Chelsea to overcome Frank Lampard's impressive Derby County side. LONDON -- The last time Frank Lampard walked onto the Stamford Bridge pitch in away colours, he was booed. It was January 2015 and he had come on as a 77th-minute substitute for Manchester City, having left Chelsea "through the back door," as he puts it, seven months earlier and controversially joined their biggest Premier League rivals.Walking in through the front door is an altogether different experience, and one you sense that even Lampard -- who has been back to Stamford Bridge many times...

Lampard receives standing ovation from Chelsea fans

Chelsea legend and current Derby manager Frank Lampard is greeted by rapturous applause from the supporters after his side's showing at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea 3-2 Derby: Blues survive scare

Two own goals and a Cesc Fabregas strike proved just enough for Chelsea to overcome Frank Lampard's impressive Derby County side.