Twenty-nine games, 25 points and 17th position in the table.
Oh, and don’t forget important changes at managerial and boardroom level to boot.
The first five months of the new League One campaign were certainly eventful for Sheffield United.
Unfortunately, with the David Weir experiment being ditched after only 13 games and the team failing to fulfil its pre-season potential, they will be remembered for all the wrong reasons.
Nevertheless, with Nigel Clough’s appointment instigating an upturn in form and Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad purchasing a 50 per stake in the club for £1, the remainder could make headlines for much more enjoyable reasons.
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