Adam Pearson has stepped down as Derby's football chairman after two years with the club.
Pearson, who was originally the club's executive chairman after taking over at Pride Park in October 2007, has cited the need to pursue "new challenges" as a key reason behind his decision.
Pearson will be replaced by Tom Glick, who is the club's chief executive and president.
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