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toadinthehole 5:19 Tue Oct 22
Chris Wilder
Must admit only heard of him this season, but he comes across in his interviews as a fantastic manager

Demanding but fair, intelligent, very focussed and plays down the performance of his team.

Would love to have him after Pellegrini but we are the last club Shef Utd would sell him to.

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gph 3:10 Sun Oct 27
Re: Chris Wilder
"Yeah but we handily beat Norwich who themselves beat Man City, who thrashed us 5-0"

So we should beat ourselves 20-0?

Actually, good West Ham could probably beat shit West Ham by that score most seasons, we're that inconsistent...

Darlo Debs 3:01 Sun Oct 27
Re: Chris Wilder
Seemed decent enough in the post match interview. Prefer him to.Warnock

Sven Roeder 12:13 Sun Oct 27
Re: Chris Wilder
He seems a decent bloke who gives a balanced view.
Even admitted they were lucky when they won at Everton. Can you imagine Klopp saying that?
Most managers tell you how WE should have won when both teams had chances

charleyfarley 12:09 Sun Oct 27
Re: Chris Wilder
I like the cut of his jib
When interviewed on a match this year the interviewer said he should be proud of how hard his players had worked.

Wilder replied that was nonsense and hard work should be a given in every match

eusebiovic 10:22 Sun Oct 27
Re: Chris Wilder
He seems like a measured, reasonable chap...

Sheffield United and West Ham fans should be able to have a beer together, Blades manager Chris Wilder has said before the sides meet on Saturday.

It is the first league meeting between the clubs since the 2006-07 season when Sheffield United were controversially relegated as the Hammers stayed up

Wilder, a Blades fan, said it is time for his club to "look forward".

"Many years have passed since it all happened and I actually have a big admiration for West Ham with the way they've gone about it in the past," Wilder said.

"I think they are a very similar club to Sheffield United - a working-class club from the east end of London and the supporters want to see them play good football and work hard.

"I think a West Ham fan could have a beer with a Sheffield United fan and they'd have a lot to talk about - maybe they should, I don't know.

"But there are a few clubs whose fans maybe you wouldn't sit down and have a beer with. I'll leave you to fill the blanks in!"

Sven Roeder 3:03 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
Sheff Utd getting relegated meant Jagielka got a move to Everton, trebled his salary and played for England.
Assume he might even wear a Tevez mask

On The Ball 10:51 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
He's actually a Sheffield United fan. You probably wouldn't know because the media don't like to mention it every couple of minutes.

Huffers 10:42 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
Sven Roeder 9:58 Tue Oct 22

I think Jagielka is the major one there...

Cheezey Bell-End 10:24 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder

Troy McClure 9:14 Tue Oct 22

I was going to say the same thing.
Shame Slater didn't amount to more.

Far Cough 10:04 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
ps They won at Everton and beat Palace in case anyone thinks we are in any way superior


Yeah but we handily beat Norwich who themselves beat Man City, who thrashed us 5-0

Sven Roeder 9:58 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
I’m guessing Wilder will be the only one on the coaching and playing staff who even knows what TEVEZ is all about.
They will be up because having watched us at Everton they will reckon they can bully us.

ps They won at Everton and beat Palace in case anyone thinks we are in any way superior

Rossal 9:36 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
Was watching it last night thinking I wouldnt mind Wilder. However given the Tevez affair think theyd rather plummet to the National league North then agree a deal for him. Plus Sheff Utd is his club so not sure he'd want to come to us anyway. But he is the type of guy id like to see us replace Pellegrini with.

Watching it last night think we might struggle to break them down on sat the way Anderson and Lanzini are playing. Think they will be more up for it then us too with the Tevez thing. If i was a neutral i'd be wacking Sheff Utd in my acca sat

Troy McClure 9:14 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
This is how old I am ... I remember him playing right back for Sheffield United in the early 1990s and saying after a five nil thrashing at Upton Park when he shook Stuart Slater’s hand it was the closest he got to him all night!

Manuel 9:11 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
Wilder maybe a few things but he's certainly nobodies 'mug'

Sven Roeder 8:57 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
He has brought them from League 1 to the Premier league with minimal investment and they are holding their own.
They arent the long ball team of old and actually played very well last night against a team with a £72m winger and a couple of £50m strikers. Who can leave at home a player earning £350k a week.
He is a Sheff Utd fan and am guessing has no interest in going anywhere.

Leonard Hatred 8:48 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
Define "muggy".

Sydney_Iron 7:40 Tue Oct 22
Re: Chris Wilder
You have only just heard of him, but on the strength of a few interviews and Sheffield United winning a couple of games you want him to succed Pellegrini?

FMOB

Oh, hes also a muggy northerner and i still shudder at what the last one did at West Ham

*Cups ear





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