Ahead of facing his former club, Cameron Jerome sat down with the official matchday programme for an in-depth chat about his football career to date.
Spreading over seven-pages, the 31-year-old, who netted his first Rams goal last time out, discusses making the grade at Cardiff City, his thunderbolt at Anfield, his promotion experience and what convinced him to switch his alliance from the Canaries to the Rams.
Jam-packed, as ever, with that and more exclusive features and content, supporters can purchase a copy of our 76-page award-winning official matchday programme for just £3 from all around Pride Park Stadium.On top of that, here’s a brief review of what other content you can expect from our #DCFCvNCFC edition of The Ram…
Exclusive Columns: Gary Rowett pens his official programme notes to talk through his side’s 3-0 win over Brentford, a game of firsts and Richard Keogh’s new contract, whilst Marcus Olsson discusses the side’s form ahead of their latest home outing.
Match Action In Pictures: Look back on the Rams’ comfortable victory over the Bees in pictures whilst we give our take on Tom Huddlestone’s season to date after he bagged his first Rams goal in the win over the Bees.
Opposition Guide: Want to know more about Saturday’s opponents? We have got you covered with our in-depth opposition section, which includes an interview with the PinkUn’s Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey on how the Canaries are transforming under Daniel Farke.
First & Last: Andreas Weimann undertakes our popular programme quiz to look at his personal firsts and lasts!
The Loan Watch: Part of the League 1 promotion-shake up with Shrewsbury Town, we caught up with Max Lowe to find out how he is progressing at New Meadow and how the move is benefitting him.
Academy Focus: A Manchester United fightback and a local derby to look forward to, we take a look at the latest coming out of the Under-23s’ camp, whilst The Ram also sat down with Lee Buchanan to discover how his first season as a professional is unfolding.
The Final Word: After penning a new deal until 2021, Richard Keogh talks about the deep connection he has with the club and why he hopes to finish his career with the Rams.
With all that in mind, written and designed in-house, in partnership with Ignition Sports media, The Ram, our award-winning official programme, really is the essential matchday purchase
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