Derby County have suffered their third play-off exit in five years.
Derby saw their first-leg lead overturned at Craven Cottage, where goals from Ryan Sessegnon and Denis Odoi sent Fulham through to the final.
It was the third time in five seasons that Keogh has suffered a play-off defeat in Rams colours, and second for Forsyth, who missed the culmination of 2015-16 through injury.
And with a freshen up anticipated at Pride Park this summer, the pair should be among the first out the door - according to the following Derby fans...
Shock Richard Keogh bottling it when it matters. Goodbye. #DCFC— Shane Malpass (@ShaneMalpass) 14 May 2018
Has too much baggage for me now, one of many 2013 core of players who need to be moved on now. Need fresh ideas, talent and youth to take this on.— Nav Sidhu (@NavSidwho) 14 May 2018
Forsyth needs to get out of this club— Dan Fell (@DanFell96) 14 May 2018
Craig Forsyth should never play for Derby County again.— Tim (@Dangerous180) 14 May 2018
I will actually stop supporting derby if Craig Forsyth plays for us next season.— Jack (@JWH05) 14 May 2018
Rowett’s summer plan:— EastMidlandsFinest (@DCFCtalk) 14 May 2018
Get rid of deadwood (Keogh,Forysth top of list)
Cash in on Vydra (£15m if lucky)
Target abroad and lower leagues ages 18-25
Play academy players (Elsnik,Guy,Lowe,Thomas etc)#dcfc #dcfcfans
Surprise surprise, outplayed... Yet again.. Get Keogh and Forsyth gone... #dcfc— Nathan Orme (@NathOrme) 14 May 2018
Y did I believe derby could get promoted with Forsyth and Keogh on the pitch— rj (@rhysarthxr) 14 May 2018
@dcfcofficial next season , unfortunately we can’t have keogh and Forsyth great servants , we got done by a corner which is disappointing, also at least they didn’t batter us like we thought they would— michael (@mlbchubbs) 14 May 2018
Evening @dcfcofficial would it be possible to put Keogh and Forsyth in front of a firing squad in the morning? Thanks.— Lem (@91lem) 14 May 2018
Keogh and Forsyth should never play for this club again— luke wright (@LTW17_) 14 May 2018
Derby manager Gary Rowett could have his work cut out in the coming transfer window, after chairman Mel Morris vowed not to make further significant investments should the Rams fall short of promotion.
And generating funds through players sales could be easier said than done, with Derby possessing one of the Championship's oldest squads.
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