Derby fans mocked on way back up M1 with ‘failure and s***’ banners held across motorway after heartbreaking Aston Villa loss

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DERBY fans were mocked for their Premier League play-off loss to Aston Villa as “failure and s***” banners were held across the motorway.

Frank Lampard’s Rams were beaten 2-1 at Wembley on Monday as goals from Anwar El Ghazi and John McGinn downed them despite a late Martyn Waghorn strike.

 Derby fans were mocked for their Premier League play-off loss to Aston Villa with banners hung on the M1

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Derby fans were mocked for their Premier League play-off loss to Aston Villa with banners hung on the M1
 Aston Villa beat Derby 2-1 at Wembley to win Premier League promotion

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Aston Villa beat Derby 2-1 at Wembley to win Premier League promotion

As John Terry’s Villa booked their place in England’s top flight next season heartbroken Derby fans faced a miserable trip on the M1.

That was worsened after Leicester fans hung banners mocking the Wembley loss on the motorway.

One read: “For top flight football, use the J21.”

While others read: “Failure since 2007.” And “DCFC – S***.”

The Foxes and Derby are East Midlands rivals and Junction 21 is the exit for Leicester.

Fans on Twitter thought the prank was hilarious.

One said: “Love it but so cruel.”

Another said: “Love it!”

Despite Lampard being linked with a return to his loved Chelsea, the Rams boss insisted he and the club need to “try to push on” for next season.

 

Lampard said: “Whatever the financial position is, that is for me to work with. I am not crying about it but we need to make moves to plan for next year.

“To stay at the level we are and to try to push on – and I do want to move forward – it is crucial.

“I have had a taste of working with a really good group who were so close to doing something special and I have loved that.”

 Rams boss Frank Lampard has been linked with a move back to Chelsea to take over at Stamford Bridge

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Rams boss Frank Lampard has been linked with a move back to Chelsea to take over at Stamford Bridge



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