Derby County have confirmed the appointment of Paul Warne as the club’s new head coach. Check out his salary, wife and documentary.
Paul Warne : Derby | Wife | Salary | Documentary
|Date of birth
|8 May 1973
|Place of birth
|Derby County (manager)
He joined the coaching staff at Rotherham in May 2012 upon his retirement from professional football.
In November 2012, Warne was granted a testimonial by Rotherham United for giving the club many years of service including as player, coach and joint caretaker-manager.
On 28 November 2016, after the resignation of Kenny Jackett, Warne was appointed caretaker manager of Rotherham United.
On 13 January 2017, Warne was appointed Rotherham United manager until the end of the 2016–17 season.
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Derby County have confirmed the appointment of Paul Warne as the club’s new head coach.
Earlier this week, the Rams made the decision to remove Liam Rosenior from his interim role in the dugout, a consequence of a mixed start to the season.
While Derby have collected 14 points from nine games, the East Midlands outfit have scored just nine times and already sit seven points adrift of the automatic promotion places.
That has led to Derby moving to secure the services of Warne, who has been in charge of Rotherham since November 2016.
During that time, the 49-year-old has guided the Millers to three promotions from League One, and the Yorkshire outfit are currently impressing in their latest season back in the Championship.
Like Derby, Rotherham have 14 points from nine league games this season, albeit having suffered just one defeat during that period.
Warne has penned a contract at Derby until the end of 2025-26, and a club statement has revealed the reasoning behind making a full-time appointment at this stage of the campaign.
It read: “As was made clear in the summer, the board intended to take a period of time evaluating every aspect of the club and having done that, we believe Paul’s track record of success at this level fits perfectly into our long-term strategy.
Paul warne wife
Paul Warne is married to Rachel Warne. He and Rachel have a son named Mack.
After playing for Wroxham, he started his professional career at the age of 23 when he signed for Wigan Athletic, before moving to Rotherham where he played over 250 games in all competitions.
On 11 August 2009, he scored the equalizing goal as Rotherham surprisingly beat Championship side Derby County 2–1 in the first round of the League Cup. He signed a one-year contract extension in June 2010.
Back to the story about Liam Rosenior and he was told to step down, but the fans seem to be in two minds about him. Some feel he needed more time.
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Some fans, however, said they were looking for a permanent manager. A fan suggested that Liam is a good coach, but Paul Warne would be a fantastic manager if that happens.
When the club was sent for relegation, Wayne Rooney had left Derby County three months ago. Wayne, at that time, felt he wanted to stay on ad manager and bring up the club, but it all depended on a takeover plan.
Since the takeover didn’t happen, Wayne left to join the Washington DC-based United DC, which is a part of Major League Soccer in the USA.
The Millers, along with Oxford, are the subject of BBC Sounds podcast Moment of Truth, which chronicles the final three months of last season.
Microphones were present in the club as Warne’s side turned what looked like a League One title procession into a nervy battle for promotion.
Warne wore a microphone throughout, so fans will get an insight into what life in the club really is like, with access to the dugout, dressing room, training ground and even the boss’ home.
Warne said: “Doing the series was a little bit like perverted therapy, but for a time it was therapy that was making us worse.
“The pressure on football managers is brutal and hopefully people will get a sense of what our world is like.”
The first instalment of 15-episode production, which is narrated by Cold Feet and Murphy’s Law actor James Nesbitt, airs on BBC Sounds on June 27.