Derby County hope a stint of warm-weather training will help recharge batteries for a promotion push. The Rams exit from the FA Cup at the hands of Manchester United means their next fixture is the Championship clash at Millwall on January 30. They will fill part of the mini break in games by attending a training camp in Dubai, and they flew out yesterday. "It's 25 degrees over there - I don't really want to go!"
Joe Ledley is expected to be back in the first-team squad when Derby County return to Championship action at Millwall on January 30. The Welsh international midfielder has sat out the last five matches due to a back problem. He trained on Thursday and Friday, but he was not involved in Friday night's goalless draw against Bristol City at Pride Park Stadium. "Joe is fine," said manager Gary Rowett when asked about Ledley after the City game.
New signing Cameron Jerome showed in his cameo role against Bristol City why Derby County have brought in the striker, says manager Gary Rowett. Jerome made his debut as a 76th-minute substitute in Friday night's goalless draw at Pride Park Stadium. The 31-year-old joined the Rams last week from Norwich City for a fee of £1.5m plus add-ons. Rowett sees Jerome as providing something different to the attacking options already at the club.
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