The Blades were promoted under Neil Warnock in 2006.
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Kenny is currently at non-league club Maltby Main after a successful career upon leaving United in 2010 to re-join Neil Warnock at QPR. Short was appointed to Darren Wassalls coaching staff at Derby County for the closing stages of the 2015-16 campaign. Since leaving Bramall Lane, Jagielka has been capped 40 times by England and played 322 times for Everton. Morgan retired at Sheffield United 247 league appearances with the Blades, and returned to manage the club in a caretaker capacity in 2013. Kozluk joined Northern Premier League side Ilkeston as a player-coach in January 2013, dropping outside of the Football League for the first time. Unsworth has had a successful career in coaching since hanging up his boots in 2009, briefly taking charge of Everton in a caretaker capacity. Tonge was once robbed at knife-point alongside Phil Jagielka's Cheshire mansion. The midfielder is now at League Two Port Vale. Gillespie was declared legally bankrupt in 2010 and estimated he lost over 7 million to a gambling addiction. Armstrong retired in 2011 due to Multiple sclerosis and is the younger brother of former Sunderland and Burnley midfielder Gordon Armstrong. Shipperley once scored the winner at White Hart Lane but later moved to Brentford and North Greenford United before retiring in 2013. Webber announced his retirement in July 2016 to focus his life on his family and his work for a football agency company after a successful stint at Salford City