The Owner (Prince Abdul) and the Board must get it right this time, in 2006/7 Neil Warnock took us up to the EPL and down again after one season, in 2007 the line up of "Journeymen" managers started, Kevin McCabe went through the cheapest bunch he could. We had (if you count the 2 short spells of Chris Morgan) 11 Managers in 9 years before Chris Wilder. Chris Wilder along with the "Prince" & McCabe engineered 3 promotions and a really embarrassing relegation in 5 years. Both Neil Warnock and Chris Wilder are very good Championship/League 1. Managers, but as proved they were not up to the task in the EPL, Warnock relied on Quantity and not Quality, Wilder relied on a System and not Quality (systems can, and are found out, and can be stopped at the top level) quality players find ways of beating systems, through vision, decision making and technical abilities and find ways of competing. There is a theme developing here and it is a lack of QUALITY. Both Warnock and Wilder did not address this problem, money was made available to both Managers, and money was wasted by both, because of their lack of experience in the EPL and their obstinate ego's getting in the way !! they failed, Wilder did not bring in any experienced EPL players (late 20's early 30's) only Jagielka, who did not play that much, but had a great game against Man Utd, but at 38 yrs old is not one for the future !! and the players that CW brought in should not have been players for the future they were needed for the here and now. So Prince Abdullah, pay out the money for an experienced EPL Manager (experienced) means more than 2 games or 2 years, with at least successful mid table EPL experience. Some of the names that are being mentioned at the moment, would be a slap in the face of all Blades fans, and if you can't do it Prince, call up a few of your more wealthy cousins and see if they want to invest in S.U.F.C. and get the job done, the city of Sheffield needs to be a Premier League City not an also ran.