Date:Tuesday December 20 2005
David and Paul Mortimer of the Rams Trust have delivered a petition to the Co-op Bank, East Street, Derby.
Over a thousand people signed the petition which read: 'Pressure must be brought to bear upon the board of Derby County by the creditors and Co-op Bank to remove them from tenure.
'New consortia want to step forward to rebuild the club.'
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