Head of Performance Analysis
Steve Rands joined Frank Lampard's backroom team at Derby County in the summer of 2018 from Manchester City as Head of Performance Analysis.
He moved to the Premier League heavyweights from Scunthorpe United in September 2011 as Performance Analyst, when Roberto Mancini was in charge at the Etihad Stadium.
He was promoted to the role of Lead First Team Performance Analyst in August 2016, shortly after Pep Guardiola became manager of the club.
During his seven years at City, he worked under Mancini, Manuel Pellegrini and Guardiola.
His time at City coincided with Lampard’s single season at the club in 2014/15, prior to his move to MLS side New York City FC.