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Derby Came Back From 4-1 Down at Half Time to Draw 4-4 After Steve McClaren’s Halftime Team Talk: Nightly Soccer Report

steve mcclaren Derby Came Back From 4 1 Down at Half Time to Draw 4 4 After Steve McClarens Halftime Team Talk: Nightly Soccer Report

All hail Steve McClaren. The former England manager in his first day on the job as manager of Derby County delivered such an inspirational halftime team talk that his side, who were losing 4-1 at the half against Ipswich, stormed back in the second half to tie the match 4-4.

McClaren was in the stands at the match to watch the game, but he got involved at half time when he saw his team losing 4-1. According to the academy coach, McClaren came in and gave the team a pep talk, and changed the tactics by putting three in midfield, which worked wonders. McClaren replaces sacked manager Nigel Clough.

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6 Responses to Derby Came Back From 4-1 Down at Half Time to Draw 4-4 After Steve McClaren’s Halftime Team Talk: Nightly Soccer Report

  1. jtm371 says:

    the Fraud Association might as well close the doors or just say scratching is allowed.how they do not suspend la nina is beyond me.grab a opponents face and gouge scratch whatever you want to call it.DISGUSTING!

  2. goatslookshifty says:

    Obviously his pre-game speech was not quite as inspiring.

  3. jtm371 says:

    take it from a Forest fan that will be the highpoint of McClaren’s term at Derby.maybe next time they will pick up McLeast.

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