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4 minutes ago, metalman said:

I've lost track a bit - has he actually gone or not? Doesn't dragging it out like this make the club look a bit unprofessional?

They haven't got his pay off money in readies and he doesn't want a radio rentals agreement so they're deadlocked. The prince is running round his mates trying to borrow it I expect. When he does eventually come up with it i'll let you all know where he got it from.😀

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People keep commenting on how much we paid for players. The big issue has been our wages policy. We just cannot compete with other Premier league teams and therefore can't attract our first choice in the transfer market.

 

Anyway I understand there'll be a statement at 7,00pm

 

A sad day. 

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The new word doing the rounds is he's let to take the Celtic job.

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/56387640

 

I guess he just had enough. I heard he  was annoyed that no deal were done in January.  Sheffield United back in the Championship next season and West Ham could be in the Champions League. 

 

Edited by Zinger549

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Well it's official now, he's a goner. Heckingbottom and Tindall till end of season.

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CW has gone but the Blades have to battle on

I would give sole control of training and picking the team for each match to Allan Knill.

I am sure the results will be better, we are not down until the whistle blows in the final match (which may have spectators)  I will hopefully be at Bramall Lane for this match   UTB

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Well thats it then, Wilder came from success with lower league clubs to manage his former team, a shaky first few games paved the way for what was a fantastic run, promotion from L1 in his first season, consolidation in the Championship in his second which included the Blades biggest game in 40 years where they beat Yorkshires most successful club 2-4, another promotion followed and a very unexpected and noteworthy 9th place finish in the Prem, unfortunately this is where it all fell apart, big money signings like Ramsdale, Berge, McBurnie, Moussett, Brewster etc have all been major flops and this coupled with poor form and injuries has led to this season being record breaking for the wrong reasons.

 

He's given the Blades some great memories but perhaps his time to depart was the right one, he can go onto to rebuild his reputation in the SPL and perhaps have another crack at the Prem in a few years with one of the big boys.

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On 12/03/2021 at 17:40, Thirsty Relic said:

Paul Heckington 8/11

Alan Knill 25/1 - same price as Gary Monk, John Terry and Steve Bruce

Jags not in the betting at present (sorry prince al !)

 

I meant who I would appoint if this is true, not who the clowns should bet on Thirsty.

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7 hours ago, Kelvin Phlats said:

It's on the cards/distinct possibility but he wants as much cash out in his pay off as possible. He doesn't want a radio rentals type instalment pay off which reduces if he gets another job, he wants the lot and he wants it now.

 

Surprised at this really as I thought he was one of their own.

It's no surprise to me at all....

 

Just hope fans get over this quickly it's not about CW !!!!...

 

Sheffield United will move on its not about one man and never has been it's a club.....

 

And 7 million(If that's the true amount) payoff that's questionable too I will say this tho...

 

"If I loved my job(which I do !!!!)I would work with any problems and work with the problems I had i would never walk out on the job I love no matter what....

7 hours ago, Kelvin Phlats said:

 

7 hours ago, Kelvin Phlats said:

 

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9 hours ago, Box11 said:

It's no surprise to me at all....

 

Just hope fans get over this quickly it's not about CW !!!!...

 

Sheffield United will move on its not about one man and never has been it's a club.....

 

And 7 million(If that's the true amount) payoff that's questionable too I will say this tho...

 

"If I loved my job(which I do !!!!)I would work with any problems and work with the problems I had i would never walk out on the job I love no matter what....

Yes Box11 but would you 'love' your job if your employer failed to provide the necessary equipment to make a success of it and worsened your terms of employment? I doubt it. There's only so much a person can stand.

CW was the Club's greatest asset and by the sound of it they've let him go through sheer intransigence.

You're right to say that SUFC will move on. The worry now is in what direction.

 

Echo 

 

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2 hours ago, echo beach said:

Yes Box11 but would you 'love' your job if your employer failed to provide the necessary equipment to make a success of it and worsened your terms of employment? I doubt it. There's only so much a person can stand.

CW was the Club's greatest asset and by the sound of it they've let him go through sheer intransigence.

You're right to say that SUFC will move on. The worry now is in what direction.

 

Echo 

 

I know I wouldn't, especially undermining him with a DoF. I don't see why they need it in the championship, Wilder has shown he's more than capable in that league so why rock the boat if that was a major sticking point. I do think your owner has made a massive mistake but we'll see.

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