Derby County 1984 Centenary Retro Shirt
New manager Arthur Cox took charge of Derby County ahead of the 1984-85 season, Derby’s centenary year. With Roy McFarland as Assistant, Cox steered Derby to seventh in Division Three. Bobby Davison top-scored with 26 goals and was Club Player of the Year too. Davison would lead the goal scoring charts in each of the next two seasons as Cox guided Derby to successive promotions and a return to the top flight of English football. The centenary shirt acknowledges Derby’s original colours of amber,chocolate,blue.