After an emotional night in which the Rams were beaten in the Championship play-off semi-final at Craven Cottage, Derby County paid its army of traveling fans tribute on Twitter. The club thanked the fans for their support throughout the season.
To the #dcfcfans who travelled with us to Craven Cottage, you were incredible! ????
We want to take this moment to say a massive thank you to every single Rams fan out there. Your support this season has been invaluable. We will go again! pic.twitter.com/KCyOjuvemS
— Derby County (@dcfcofficial) May 14, 2018
Meanwhile former Rams star, Alan Hinton sent a special message to all Rams fans.
Be interesting to see what changes Derby County will make this off season? Owner Mel Morris will push hard till Derby get back into the PL were the supportive loyal fans belong? Enjoy the CL and FA Cup Finals+World Cup?
— Alan Hinton (@alanhinton11) May 14, 2018
And in a bar near Craven Cottage last night a Rams favourite even turned up to lend his support……..and drink a few bevvies with the Rams fans. (warning contains offensive language)
— Neil Cope (@neilcope87) May 15, 2018
And finally Rams Captain Curtis Davies is magnanimous in defeat and excepts that Fulham were the better team over the two legs.
Unfortunately it was a bridge too far tonight. The better team progress.
I want to thank you fans for all of your support this year. You’ve been fantastic and have made me feel welcome from the moment I got here.
— Curtis Davies #33 (@TheCurtisDavies) May 14, 2018