The March edition of The Rampage is now on sale and is packed with exclusive interviews and club content.

Produced in-house together with ACA Creative, The Rampage is Derby County's bumper 84-page A4 monthly publication inviting readers to get closer to the action behind the closed doors of Moor Farm Training Ground and Pride Park Stadium as well as journey through the archives.

The March edition includes:

  • From controversial transfers, to moving to a new country, to suffering the pain of two career threatening injuries, Krystian Bielik has experienced a lot in football despite his relatively young age. He marked his comeback from a second Anterior Crucial Ligament injury with the equalising goal against Birmingham City in front of a packed-out Pride Park Stadium at the end of January. He tells his story exclusively to The Rampage this month.
  • Owen Bradley speaks to members of Derby County’s playing squad, coaches and staff members to discuss what rules they would change in order to make football better.
  • Derby County earned promotion to the Premier League under Jim Smith in 1996. Players grabbed the spotlight due to their goalscoring exploits, but it was Dean Yates who was named the Jack Stamps Player of the Season due to his consistent performances in defence.
  • Derby Telegraph’s Chief Football Writer Steve Nicholson celebrated his 1,000th consecutive game covering Derby County Football Club as the Rams were 3-1 winners over Hull City in February. The Rampage spoke to the reporter about reaching the landmark.
  • Craig Bryson will be forever remembered as a Derby County legend. His battling nature and his energy around the pitch, as well as his quality on the ball, endeared him to Derby County supporters who hold him in the highest esteem. He is featured in this month’s edition of The Rampage.
  • March marks the Level Playing Field Weeks of Action. It is an annual period of inspiration and celebration of good access and inclusion at sports venues. LPF is working to remove the barriers that currently exclude disable people, which include prejudice and stereotypes and the way things are organised and run. The Rampage spoke to Alex Steward, a Derby County supporter, as she shared her story.
  • Derby County supporters have showed their truly inspirational support for the football club by funding tickets for those less fortunate to attend games for the remainder of the 2021/22 campaign. We spoke to the Community Trust to understand the impact this will have on fellow fans.
  • It’s been 47 years since Roger Davies scored all five goals in a convincing victory over Luton Town. The only downside is there is no video footage from that day, meaning all we have are the record books.

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