Derby County's 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest was the 100th league win of Gary Rowett's managerial career. Rowett has been Rams boss since March, having previously managed Birmingham City and Burton Albion. He has now won 100 of his 236 league games as a manager, drawing 67 and losing 69. That gives the former Derby defender a win rate of just over 42% and a points-per-game return of 1.8.
Derby County captain Richard Keogh is hoping to shake off a knock ahead of Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Sheffield Wednesday (3pm). Rams boss Gary Rowett revealed that his skipper pulled out of training earlier this week due to "tightness". Rowett added that there has also been a bout of sickness in the camp following last weekend's victory over Nottingham Forest. "We've had a couple of knocks this week and little bit of sickness," said the manager.
Derby County have handed a trial to Iceland youth international Isak Oli Olafsson, according to the player's agent. Danish-based sports management company First Touch tweeted on Thursday: "Good luck to (Iceland) U19 defender Isak Oli Olafsson, who has started his trial (at Derby County)." The 17-year-old currently plays for Icelandic second division side Keflavik. He has made 26 senior appearances for the club to date and scored one goal.
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