The April edition of The Rampage is ON SALE NOW 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 April edition includes:

  • Despite only being 21-years-of-age, Max Bird displays great maturity, not only in his performances on the pitch, but in the way that he speaks and analyses the game. He’s suffered adversity in his life. The sudden death of his father three years ago hit him hard, but with his encouraging words still ringing in his ears, he is determined to reach the top. The midfielder spoke exclusively to The Rampage this month.
  • Masters football returns this summer and people are excited about it, so Owen Bradley spoke to four Derby County supporters and took a light-hearted look at how a Derby County Masters team would shape up.
  • Local boxer Zach Parker will realise his dream on Saturday 21st May as he takes to the ring to fight two-weight world champion Demetrius Andrade for the WBO interim super-middleweight title at Pride Park Stadium. It’s a scenario he’s only ever dreamed about, and The Rampage caught up with the boxer ahead of the highly-anticipated fight.
  • BBC Radio Derby’s Ed Dawes dreamed of being a commentator growing up. He’s now been doing what he loves most for more than a decade. A distinctive voice to many, The Rampage spoke to the 43-year-old about his journey.
  • It’s 76 years since Derby County lifted the FA Cup trophy for the first, and only, time in their history so far. After beating Charlton Athletic 4-1 at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 27th April 1946, Jack Nicholas climbed the famous Wembley steps to receive the award from King George XI. We take a look back at some memorable pictures from that historic day.
  • Former Derby County defender Paul Blades reflects on his time at the football club during the 1980s.
  • Derby County lifted the First Division title in 1972. It was an iconic season in the club’s history, but did you know they also lifted another piece of silverware that year?
  • We can all remember Craig Bryson’s famous hat-trick on a memorable afternoon at Pride Park Stadium in March 2014. The feat had only been achieved once before and we take a look back at how it occurred.

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