Derby County are now joint-holders of one of the records from their ignominious 2007/08 Premier League season. The Rams’ sole top-flight season in the past 16 years saw the club relegated with the lowest points total of any Premier League team – 11 – and were relegated on March 29, the earliest a team has ever been. Derby, managed by Billy Davies and Paul Jewell that season , also conceded the most goals and scored the fewest. They also set a record for the most League games between wins – 36 matches spanning from Derby’s only win that season, a 1-0 defeat of Newcastle thanks to that Kenny Miller strike, to a 2-1 defeat of Sheffield United in September the following season. Now, it is the turn of Macclesfield Town also get to hold and cherish that precious record. Their 1-0 defeat to Tranmere Rovers on Friday night means they have now equalled the Rams’ run after their failure to win a League match since their relegation from League Two in 2012. Harvey Gilmour’s 74th minute strike means Macclesfield continue to prop up the League. They are the only League side yet to win this season. Town, who sacked Mark Yates on Monday, could relinquish Derby of the record should they fail to beat Carlisle next Saturday.