You yourself by your very comments are taking sides with Chris, and that’s understandable, but until a press release is made we know nothing.As none of us know what is happening at the moment, why would anyone instinctively side with the board comprising rich men with a plaything and bean counters with no real affinity with Sheffield United against a man who has achieved great things for us and has Sheffield United in his DNA?
yes absolutely and unashamedly so.You yourself by your very comments are taking sides with Chris, and that’s understandable, but until a press release is made we know nothing.
To that end who would side with a manager who leaves Bogle on the bench and plays Lundstram?
Better, nicer facilities would be a little way down my list of prioritiesI do worry who has/had the best interests of the club at heart: the board or Chris Wilder.
Whether or not the training facilities are rebuilt will be a big indicator to me as to the intentions of the board.
At least new facilities would be one positive legacy from these 2 seasons in the PL.