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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
27%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
10%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
35%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
21%
  



Mr Kenzo 12:07 Fri Mar 12
Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
oh dear

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Westside 1:54 Wed Mar 17
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Benitez couldn't save the barcodes from relegation a few years ago, when bought in when was Mclaren sacked, but did bring them straight back up the following season.

Same as Redknapp, at QPR

Lee Trundle 1:50 Wed Mar 17
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
In the yorkshire districts?

blueeyed.handsomeman 1:45 Wed Mar 17
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
an non contract scouting job for us would benefit us all

southbankbornnbred 3:08 Mon Mar 15
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Good point - almost forgot about Farke. Decent manager for Norwich, that fella.

Sven Roeder 3:00 Mon Mar 15
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Burnley stuck by Dyche & he brought them back
Norwich have kept Farke & they are 10pts clear with 10 to play

tonka 2:59 Mon Mar 15
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Couldn't give a shit about sheff utd, but short term'ism is the end of the world as we know it

southbankbornnbred 2:52 Mon Mar 15
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
I'm sure there are one or two examples, but can anybody think of recent examples of a team sticking by a relegated manager and re-building for a while?

Generally speaking, it just doesn't happen nowadays. If that had happened to John Lyall after '78, there most likely would not have been the '80 Cup Final, boys of '86 etc.

Bit of loyalty would not go amiss in this sport.

southbankbornnbred 2:49 Mon Mar 15
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Big mistake by Sheff Utd, not that I care too much though.

A good manager for them. They're always going to be a yo-yo side and he, more than anybody, was the manager most likely to buck that trend for them despite what has happened this season.

Sheff Utd are exactly the sort of club that would otherwise appoint Sam Allardyce (if he wasn't already predisposed) and then Pardew, Bruce and all of the management merry-go-rounders...

Wilder was the guy who offered them something else. They should have stuck with him and got him to rebuild next season. But there is just no loyalty or partience in football these days.

Imagine what West Ham would look like if John Lyall had been sacked when we got relegated after 77-78?

gank 1:15 Sun Mar 14
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Sydney - yes, confirmed on Sky earlier.

Stupid decision to let him go, given the timing. Although "by mutual consent" suggests it might have been more than just a case of 'letting him go', he may have made unreasonable demands or something like that.

blueeyed.handsomeman 1:12 Sun Mar 14
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
we should offer him a role of scout in the yorkshire districts,
and he can look for a managers post during the summer

Sydney_Iron 9:00 Sat Mar 13
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
So had he left or not?

Not that I really give a fuck!

BBondsBootlaces 11:27 Fri Mar 12
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Considering he has taken them from League One to the Prem...I would think they would want that experience for next season. Unless of course he's a right arse and this is as good as reason as any to push him out.

Sven Roeder 10:15 Fri Mar 12
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
In hindsight they massively over achieved last season with several single goal wins like the Rice 'handball' game.
Lost Henderson back to Man U & a couple of defenders to injury.
As said a second season syndrome when the adrenaline from season 1 drops off and probably affected more than many by no home fans.
Spent £40m on the keeper & Brewster who I dont think has scored.

Still think the manager they will need to get them back up is basically an identikit of Chris Wilder.

terry-h 9:28 Fri Mar 12
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Sean Bean, Jessica Ennis Hill, Kell Brook, Joe Root, Kevin McCabe, why did you all stand by and let this shambles happen without organising a march from Sheffield to the London Stadium in protest?

, 8:53 Fri Mar 12
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Wilder’s side had run their legs off by lockdown. And despite the prolonged break when they came back for the fag end of the season their form was well off.

With some teams you need to look at how they fare towards the end of a season as a guide to the next. That SheffU are where they are is no real surprise.

Lertie Button 8:13 Fri Mar 12
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Second season syndrome strikes again

stepney hammer 6:54 Fri Mar 12
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Alfs 6:38 Fri Mar 12

Sander Berge. Need reinforcements in midfield.

I'd not be surprised if we ended up with John Lundstram instead given that he is on a free transfer and we have been linked before.

Alfs 6:38 Fri Mar 12
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Do Sheff Utd have any players worth plundering in the summer?

Mike Oxsaw 4:34 Fri Mar 12
Re: Chris Wilder leaves Sheff Utd
Premiership manager parts company with club. Still waiting to see this on the front page of the BBC NEWS web page - perhaps they could ask Sharon Osborne to just shut the fuck up and make way for something more important than her.

VirginiaHam 3:45 Fri Mar 12
Re: MEH
I heard a white towel land.

Haz 3:36 Fri Mar 12
Re: MEH
Vexed Ag!



I wish nothing but shit to fall from the heavens and cover Bramall Lane in a thick layer of crap. However, I always quite liked Wilder and think he did a good (*Spits *) job at SU. Very pleased that he's gone though which means I can dislike them even more. Cunts, every single one. Tevez for manager anyone?

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