Frank Lampard takes time out from Derby's play-off push to visit the launch of the men's mental health project in the city
- Team Talk was set up by online gambling platform 32Red in Derby
- 32Red unveiled the 12-month investment in creating hubs in the city on Tuesday
- Derby boss Frank Lampard was present at the launch of the new program on Monday
- His match is in eighth place in the championship, two points in the last play-off spot
Derby manager Frank Lampard took some time off his side to make the championship a success to visit a new mental health project for men in the city.
Team Talk was set up by online gaming platform 32Red in collaboration with the Derby County Community Trust to give men the opportunity to ask for advice, help or encouragement to talk about their mental health.
32Red unveiled the 12-month investment in creating hubs in Derby on Tuesday and also announced a multi-year deal as the main sponsor of the championship outfit, which lasted until the 2021-2022 campaign.
Derby manager Frank Lampard visited the launch of a new mental health project for men in the city
Lampard took some time off the bid from his side to get the play-offs of the championship on Monday
& # 39; Team Talk is a fantastic program set up by Derby County Community Trust that provides men with mild mental health issues or concerns, a safe place to talk and socialize with like-minded people, & # 39; said Lampard at the launch of the program on Monday evening.
Stephen Pearce, Chief Executive Officer of Derby County, said: “Everyone is happy that Derby County's official partner, 32Red, is working with the community trust to collect additional money that can secure five new locations in Derby to more give men the chance to talk. & # 39;
Lampard's side is currently in eighth place in the competition, two points in the last play-off spot
Derby is currently in eighth place in the championship, two points in the last play-off position.
The side of Lampard has five games left and will try to keep the pressure on the teams above them during the run-in.
Derby plays against two games in three days over the weekend, while driving to Birmingham's 18th rankings on Friday before welcoming the 17th QPR on Monday.