Derby clear to start season after loan from local business targeting takeover | Derby

Derby’s administrators have said the club will be able to start the season after receiving a loan from a local property group attempting to complete a takeover.

The League One team’s future has been in doubt since the US businessman Chris Kirchner pulled out of a deal to buy the club at the start of last week.

The joint administrators have been in talks with interested parties and said on Friday Derby’s immediate future was secure. The loan has come from Clowes Developments, whose chairman, David Clowes, is a Derby fan. His company has bought the stadium, Pride Park, and those moves…

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