SUFC RECAP: What Sheffield United's new signings must adhere to; Chris Wilder on Blades' financial strategy - the latest news from Bramall Lane

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Wednesday, 19th February 2020, 7:48 pm
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

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Last updated: Wednesday, 19 February, 2020, 18:40

Build up to Brighton clash at the Lane

United step up interest in Olympiakos star

Confident Albion in the mood to spring a surprise

Wilder discusses leaving a legacy at United

How United can fulfil their European dream

Wilder makes relegation clause revelation 

Wilder discusses United's financial strategy

What United did during their winter break in Dubai

“We've not lost a player to date because of it”

Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder.

Chris Wilder has revealed all of his recent acquisitions, including record signing Sander Berge, have relegation clauses written into their present contracts.


What United need to do to qualify for Europe

Wilder on the legacy he wants to create at United

Chris Wilder has revealed the position he wants United to be in when his remarkable reign at the club finally comes to an end.

United were languishing in League One when he first took charge four years ago, before winning promotion during their first season under the former defender’s stewardship.

Now ranked sixth in the Premier League following an almost unparalleled period of success, Wilder recently signed a new long term contract with the team he represented as a player and has followed since childhood.

But what is the legacy he wants to create at the club?


Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder boss on the legacy he wants to create at Bramall Lane.

Albion in confident mood despite poor run

Brighton & Hove Albion manager Graham Potter.

United have been warned that Brighton and Hove Albion will arrive at Bramall Lane in confident mood on Saturday, despite failing to win any of their last seven games.


United linked with Olympiakos sensation

United in the groove as they push for European qualification

Sheffield United are sitting pretty just outside the Champions League places.

Our columnist Alan Biggs says there is no reason why Chris Wilder's side shouldn't be playing European football next season if they maintain the same levels of quality and intensity they have shown during their first season back in the Premier League.

Read Alan's column HERE.

Some positive news from Bramall Lane to kick the day off

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