Former Derby defender comments on Burnley defeat, offers thoughts on Clement and Johnson

Derby County lost to Burnley in the Championship on Monday evening.

Michael Johnson has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to Derby County’s heavy defeat to Burnley away from home on Monday evening.

Derby’s poor run of form in the Championship continued, as they went down 4-1 to Burnley at Turf Moof.

Former Derby defender Johnson was following the match, and he was disappointed with the final result.

The former Jamaica international, though, has warned against any drastic managerial change and has urged the fans to keep faith in head coach Paul Clement.

Johnson has also given his thoughts on Derby midfielder Bradley Johnson, who has not been playing well this season.

Derby are fifth in the Championship table at the moment with 49 points from 28 matches. The Rams are six points behind second-placed Middlesbrough, who have a game in hand, and seven behind leaders Hull City.

Johnson, who joined Derby from Norwich City in the summer of 2015, has scored three goals and created 16 chances in 22 Championship games so far this season.

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