Date: 12th April 2021 at 5:55pm
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Derby County journalist Ryan Conway has been sharing his thoughts on Spanish businessman Erik Alonso and the potential takeover of the Midlands club for him and the No Limits Sports Limited group.

This comes after Conway recently uploaded a video onto his YouTube channel where he discussed a number of topics concerning the club.

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On the subject of Alonso and the potential positives that could come out of the reported of the club, Conway had this to say on the matter.

He said: “He’s going to lift Derby out of debt, that’s very welcome. In fact, that’s the most welcome thing; if nothing else, Derby will be debt-free and that’s massive, considering the amount of debt that they have accumulated in the last two years, especially.

“That’s really good, players and staff will probably get paid on time, so that’s really good.”

It was recently reported that all the paperwork has been signed and is legally binding and if the EFL approves the takeover then Derby could potentially have their new owners before the end of the month.

On the , Derby currently sit in 20th place in the Championship table on 43 points, seven points ahead of the relegation zone.

TIF Thoughts on Ryan Conway’s comments on Alonso and the reported takeover of the club…

Given how Derby have had some financial issues in recent month such as their players not receiving their wages on time, it would be good for everyone at the club if any financial issues such as this would never happen again if Alonso’s reported takeover eventually comes to pass.

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Moving forward, if the takeover does get completed this month, then this would put the club in a good position to end this season as positively as possible and then hopefully focus on attacking their next campaign in the Championship.

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