The Derby County chairman, Mel Morris is set to have chief executive Sam Rush fired as part of a tough inquest into the football club’s season.
Sam has been just informed to stay away from the next two weeks and Mel could cease his four-year tenure within an extensive review. It’s because Derby dared to neglect promotion to the Premier League once again.
Derby are making all the required preparations for an upcoming season in the Championship with Gary Rowett, newly-appointed manager. and Rush’s supposed to take the hit after a tough period during which Morris had Steve McClarenand and Paul Clement fired, while Nigel Pearson left by mutual agreement after an alleged conflict with the owner at the training ground.
Rush, who actually appears to be the Derby president too expected to boast shares in the club, wasn’t at Saturday’s bout versus Wolverhampton Wanderers – a play they managed to win 3-1 and with goals from Bradley Johnson, Craig Bryson and David Nugent.