Steve McClaren sacked by Derby AGAIN as club blame "persistent decline in results, team unity and morale"

Steve McClaren has been sacked by Derby after less than six months in charge.

The former England boss was appointed by the Rams for a second spell in charge last October having previously been at the helm between 2013 and 2015.

He returned to the club after the departure of Nigel Pearson but has been unable to revive the Midlands side’s fortunes.

His final match in charge was Friday’s 3-0 defeat by title-chasing Brighton.

The club released a damning statement, claiming a “significant, unexpected and persistent decline in results, team unity and morale” had led to McClaren’s dismissal.

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