John terry sends heart warming message to rooney following derby county’s relegation

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Following Derby County’s relegation from the Championship, former England captain John Terry has sent a letter to Wayne Rooney and the Rams, admitting that he is “gutted” to see them depart and hopes they will “bounce back next season.”

Derby County was demoted to League One yesterday after losing 1-0 to QPR and Reading drawing 4-4 with Swansea City.

The Rams have been docked a total of 21 points this season and have a depleted roster as a result of the club’s administration, but Rooney and his team came close to pulling off a really miraculous comeback from the relegation zone.

Since the news was confirmed, tributes have poured in, and Terry is one of those who has expressed his condolences on social media. The 41-year-old turned to Twitter to praise his former England colleague Wayn9e Rooney and the Derby players for their tenacity.

Barnsley and Peterborough United are expected to be confirmed as the teams joining the Rams in the relegation zone in the near future. On this higher or lower quiz, only die-hard Derby County fans will score at least 20/25. Terry’s letter demonstrates how pleased Derby supporters maybe with Rooney and his teammates. Many people in football, regardless of their ties to the East Midlands club, will certainly repeat his sentiments.

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They’ve encountered numerous challenges this season, but by persevering and fighting, they came dangerously close to securing survival in extraordinary circumstances. It means that, despite their relegation, they may look forward to next season with some optimism – as long as Chris Kirchner’s takeover is finalized quickly.

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