The anti-Wilder brigade haven't an alternative because there isn't one.
I bought into the Wilder revolution when I saw them on TV play at Gillingham in early 2016/17.
Chris Wilder is not just the team manager. In his words he has his 'fingerprints all over the club.'
He's set out to change the club and not just the team. For this to be successful he needs time.
The progress made in nearly five years is remarkable. That progress should allow him the time to complete the job.
More clubs should follow our example and realise at some stage or other the sackings have to stop and a sense of stability needs to be developed.
I cannot imagine an Allardyce, Pulis, Monk and all the others being interested in the long term plans for the club. Their interests are short term and self centred.
Wenger and Ferguson were afforded the time to create legacies.
I would rather have the past 5 seasons as a Blade than accepting monotonous, boring 'stability'.
Thanks CWAK. We go again. Let's continue to enjoy the ride.