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Build a squad for 2021-2 capable of winning the Championship..an attacking free flowing thing of beauty with a smattering of overseas gems that no one had heard of but play the game as it is meant to be played..make the 72 team proud..

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Realise before you start that the EFL and a few other clubs/owners don’t like us and will try and trip us up or get to us in ways you didn’t expect. 
Be squeaky clean with your finances, make it nice and clear what you are doing, expect no quarter of you breach p&s so don’t do it. 
Fans with half a brain understand you can’t spend your way out of this division in a season or two without running the risk of penalties if you don’t get out of it. 
For every Villa there is a Shef Wednesday. 

With that in mind, sort out the scouting department.  

Either get rid of this lot or keep them for the ‘players already in the UK’ department and hire a ‘players abroad who others get their bargains from’ department. 

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On a serious note, they should probably consult with a select group of forum posters, perhaps over brunch, and through these clandestine meetings spread a web of poison, deciet, mistrust and infighting and thus nutralise the pun threat.

Apart from that, mind yoru Ps and Ss, it's a marathon not a sprint, careful building is the rder of the day.

Oh, and resign Chris Martin from Bristol City. Ok, the last one was a joke. but, you know, if he's available...

OF course, remember, correct pronouciation of english football clubs:

Notts forest.

Dirty Leeds

Lestah

 

 

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Aim at incremental improvements rather than one giant leap to promotion, a 3 year plan is a realistic time frame to go up & all actions should be focused on delivering that vision. If it clicks before that, great but its all about the process - results will take care of themselves if the off-field set up is focused & stable

Bring in an experienced head as consultant. As a young man with limited experience of the Championship, the learning curve will be very high & advice (Mel or Peter Gadsby would be ideal) will flatten that curve faster

Ignore clamour for 'investment' i.e. spending over the odds on name players to keep supporters happy. Ideally purchase players under 25 who are hungry, ambitious & for whom playing for Derby is a step up - they have resale value & the drive to push on whilst they're here

Keep off social media & let fans judge you by your actions

When Rooney leaves, replace him with someone with a track record of improving players & delivering entertaining football. We're Derby, not Stoke

Also really like @DarkFruitsRam7 suggestion of a Director of Football/Sporting Director - a managerial departure should never change the culture of a club

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4 minutes ago, RadioactiveWaste said:

On a serious note, they should probably consult with a select group of forum posters, perhaps over brunch, and through these clandestine meetings spread a web of poison, deciet, mistrust and infighting and thus nutralise the pun threat.

As long as they make sure they don't forget the chorizo.

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