The first edition of The Rampage of the new year is set for its release this Thursday and is packed full of exclusive interviews and club-centric content.


In the January edition, we take an extensive look back on 2020 including a year of Wayne Rooney as a Ram, the emergence of Jason Knight and Louie Sibley and much more.

There are also exclusive interviews with goalkeeper David Marshall and former player Warren Barton, while Head of Recruiting Joe McClaren gives a behind the scenes look at the work that goes into bringing new players into the club.

The Rampage also spoke to six-year-old Audrina Hatton-Wright who was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in 2018 days before her fourth birthday. Audrina is now more than a year cancer-free and along with her mum, Gemma, she spoke to The Rampage about her journey and her favourite Derby County memories, including being the mascot at Wembley in the Play-Off final.


She also spoke about her unique friendships with some of the Derby County players. Here is an extract of that piece that you can read exclusively in The Rampage from Thursday!

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“She had immunotherapy which was started July 2019 and that is what made her really poorly,” her mum explained. “She ended up paralyzed completely from head to toe, she couldn’t even swallow. It was really difficult because we were in hospital and she couldn’t do anything – she couldn’t eat, she couldn’t drink, she couldn’t even sit up and that was definitely the hardest part of the whole of her treatment.But Henrich Ravas came to visit you in hospital for your birthday, didn’t he, when the other players were away on pre-season training, when you were really poorly?”

“Yeah, when I was having the immunotherapy,” Audrina replied. “He came on my actual birthday but I couldn’t even get out of bed. It was the best present when he came and saw me. It was my second birthday in hospital because I already had my fourth birthday there and it was really nice to see him and it cheered me up.

“But this year’s birthday I think was the best birthday because we were at home for this birthday. Kelle Roos came round to my garden to see me as well. I asked for a telescope and when I went downstairs on my birthday at home, I saw a box and when I opened it, it was a telescope – my dream present!”

Gemma added: “It’s so nice from the players, they always try to cheer her up and make her smile, even through lockdown. Duane Holmes came on her dancing thing with her on Instagram Live and so did Henrich. It is just nice to see how much they have supported her, because they don’t have to do that.”

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