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    Derby County’s administrators say they have already received interest from six potential buyers for the club, while manager Wayne Rooney has accused owner Mel Morris of a lack of honesty.

    It was first announced on Friday that the club would go into administration, and on Wednesday the Championship side confirmed that Andrew Hosking, Carl Jackson and Andrew Andronikou from Quantuma would serve as joint administrators, a move which triggered an automatic 12-point penalty from the EFL.

    The administrators say they are also in ‘constructive dialogue’ with the EFL over the issue of a further nine-point deduction for financial breaches – but admit that a further deduction is likely.

    However, the administrators added that the prospect of Derby being in League One next season hasn’t deterred potential new owners, and that they will soon start looking at ‘genuine, credible’ prospective buyers.


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