May I make a plea for all Blades fans to accept the new regime: no boos, just support our team in every way possible!
Judge the management at the end of the 2011/12 season.
Having been a supporter from 1940 onwards, a top place in Division One would be a form of compensation for relegation, plus a visit to Wembley of course!
Priority must be to concentrate on automatic promotion.
The FA Cup and League Cup must not overtake us during the coming season.
A very tough season is ahead, which will require a massive amount of physical and mental courage.
Mr M W Belston, Birkenhead
In the 40s and 50s I lived in Albert Road, Heeley. My name was then Maureen Finnie and, along with my then best friend, Shirley Voyse, who also lived in Albert Road, we used to visit the Bishops House when we went to play in Meersbrook Park.
The house was always open and we used to play ‘house’ and tap dance on the wooden floor.
There was no furniture or funishings in the house, nor was there any graffiti or vandalism. Shirley now lives in Queensland, Australia. Happy days.
It was a special night out when I attended the showing of Calendar Girls at the Lyceum. A friend took me to see this show as an early 70th birthday gift. What a great performance by all. It made us laugh and made us cry. Very enjoyable to the end.
Congratulations to Crucible Corner Restaurant for a very nice meal to start our evening. Well done Sheffield.
Val Whitham, Gleadless
I WENT to Tramlines on Friday and Saturday.I saw Heaven 17 at Barkers Pool. They were fantastic. And I saw Olly Murs at Devonshire Green. He was great as well. Well done Sheffield for putting on a great festival.
Melanie Baskill, Killamarsh