Derby County fans were informed about the club’s financial results from the 2017/2018 season on Tuesday and those on Twitter are absolutely delighted with them.
Rams lapped up the news as it was confirmed that Derby had made £14.6 million in profits during the year, a drastic improvement on the £7.9 million loss of the previous campaign.
The sale of Pride Park to a separate company headed by County owner Mel Morris was the real catalyst for this gain after a worrying period of financial instability for the club.
Things are looking up for the side on the pitch as well as they are in the play-off places, chasing a return to the Premier League under Frank Lampard.
Former Wigan & Fulham man, Jimmy Bullard recently showed that he’s still got it! Check out the video below…
But it’s just off-the-pitch matters that supporters are concerned with at this second, with many rejoicing at the announcement and comments such as “we’re not going bust” and “Mel Morris is a true Rams legend” being thrown around Twitter.
Below is our list of the best Tweets from delighted members of the Rams army…
Frank next season ? pic.twitter.com/pWKfjy6zQC
— DCFC (@DcfcFansTalk) April 2, 2019
A profit of 14.6 million??????
— Barnaby & Chris ?️? (@AmbroseBarnaby) April 2, 2019
WE’RE NOT GOING BUST LADS ?
— rp II (@R0b_Peat) April 2, 2019
— James Wright (@jwright_1992) April 2, 2019
Mel Morris Is A True Rams Legend ??
— KieranD92 – Born A Ram, Live A Ram, Die As A Ram!! (@KieranDCFC1592) April 2, 2019
More free drinks and scarves on Mel ?????
— Mick McGovern (@mickmcgovern191) April 2, 2019
Thanks to Mel buying Pride Park. Man is a club legend??
— Coley (@MatthewCole2892) April 2, 2019