Stoke, however, were left frustrated on that occasion and turned to Paul Lambert, who was unable to steer the club away from relegation, winning only two of his 15 matches, which prompted the Stoke board to let him leave on Friday.
"The club is now in discussion with Stoke regarding the matter and will update our supporters in due course".
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Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi claimed that the government has strengthened safety and security for minorities in the country. The letter was sent with a prayer that he said must be read at masses on Sunday.
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Since the protesters were prevented from marching towards the plant, they were seen pelting stones and toppling police vehicles. As the protesters turned violent, two police jeeps were set on fire and 10 other vehicles were also damaged in the protests.
Iran condemns U.S. threats of 'strongest sanctions'
Critics rounded on Pompeo's speech, saying his demands could have been made without pulling America from the nuclear deal. His Iranian counterpart said the U.S. was a prisoner of its "failed policies" and would suffer the consequences.
Rowett led Derby to the Championship play-offs in his first full season in charge at Pride Park, but saw his side's promotion hopes ended by Fulham last week.
Stoke's 10-year stay in the top flight was ended with defeat by Crystal Palace in their penultimate match of the season, with Lambert unable to save them from the drop after succeeding Mark Hughes in January.
According to Sky Sports News, the Potters have agreed to pay the £1.8m compensation fee and have agreed terms with the 44-year-old, whose Rams team stumbled in the Championship playoff semi-finals.