Derby County legend Roy McFarland praises Mel Morris but says dealing with defeat is hard for fans
Derby County legend Roy McFarland has praised Mel Morris' running of the club – but argues his request for fans not to boo players after a bad result is a "tough ask".
The former defender, who played 442 league games for the Rams during the late 1960s and 1970s, was at a question and answer session held by the Derby County owner and chairman for business leaders yesterday.
During the one-hour session, Morris called on fans to "unite" behind the club and throw their support behind the players, even in defeat.
When McFarland was handed the microphone to air his thoughts,... read more