Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder believes the financial implications of the Coronavirus pandemic could affect the club to the tune of between £20million and £30million.
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Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder insists Jose Mourinho remains one of the greatest managers of the modern era as his side prepare to host Tottenham on Thursday.
Nicolas Pepe was a shining light for Arsenal in their FA Cup win against Sheffield United but head coach Mikel Arteta wants the club’s record signing to be more consistent.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta issued a rallying cry to his players to go and win the FA Cup and secure European football next season after they edged past Sheffield United to reach the semi-finals.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder hopes to have Jack O’Connell back for the FA Cup quarter-final against Arsenal.
Anthony Martial’s maiden Manchester United hat-trick saw Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s in-form side coast to victory against fellow European hopefuls Sheffield United.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder is confident the club is close to extending Dean Henderson’s loan deal from Manchester United until the end of the season.
Newcastle head coach Steve Bruce hopes Joelinton is finally finding his feet in English football after seeing him score his second Premier League goal 301 days after the first.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder was unhappy with the first of John Egan’s yellow cards as the defender was dismissed in defeat at Newcastle.
Chris Wilder has challenged his Sheffield United team to earn an open-top-bus parade by qualifying for Europe rather than finishing top of the table for bad decisions.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder admits he has sympathy for referee Michael Oliver after a goal-line technology farce denied them victory at Aston Villa.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder was left baffled after the Blades were denied victory at Aston Villa by a technical fault.
Sheffield United will travel to their game at Aston Villa in three coaches and get changed in the stadium’s media room as a new era for the Premier League gets under way.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has confirmed his club will extend Dean Henderson’s loan deal in the next couple of days.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder says contact training “has to come as quickly as possible” while Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola believes his players are keen to return.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has called the results of the coronavirus tests conducted throughout the Premier League “encouraging” as players return to non-contact training this week.
Chris Wilder says he will respect the decision of any Sheffield United player opting not to play when football is given the go-ahead to resume.
Arsenal’s first-team squad, manager Mikel Arteta and key coaching staff have agreed a 12.
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Chris Wilder has backed Dean Henderson to go to Euro 2020 with England and revealed Sheffield United have already held talks about extending his loan from Manchester United into a third season.