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The difficult return to football continues for Sheffield United who have yet to rediscover themselves following the restart.

And The Star's Blades writer James Shield has his theories on the problems United are facing as he speaks to Liam Hoden for the latest episode of our United podcast.

The pair look back on the limp 3-0 defeat at Manchester United and preview the FA Cup clash with Arsenal.

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