Derby County Champions Again 1974-75. Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Rams' Last League Championship
Michael Cockayne revisits the Baseball Ground of the mid-seventies and the management era of Dave Mackay. This new history retraces the 1974-75 First Division season, a season that saw the Rams win their second top flight title in only four years.
Set against the backdrop of managerial changes, big name transfers and shock results, every twist and turn of the Championship winning campaign is captured on a month by month basis.
With the use of extended match reports for every competitive match the club played, action photographs and interviews from the star players, this new history retraces the 1974-75 First Division season in remarkable detail.
As fans celebrate the 40th anniversary of their team's triumph, Michael Cockayne's book is the perfect way to remember Derby's momentous rise from mid-table obscurity to eventual title glory.
For football fans across the country it will rekindle memories of players past and of the glamour of the beautiful game in the 1970s.
About the Author
Michael Cockayne is a Derby County fan of many years and the author of Derby County: The Clough Years (2003).
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