Stadium Bramall Lane
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Sheffield United are managed by Chris Wilder who at the first attempt led the club back up to the Championship (2016/17). Wilder departed Northampton Town in the summer of 2016 in order to return to his boyhood club, and went on to steer the club out of the clutches of League One.
Sheff Utd were in the Premier League as recently as 2007. However, at the end of that season they suffered a final day relegation down to the Championship, before losing their second-tier status in 2012, where they remained up until 2017.
United have the feel of a big club, Bramall Lane is a top class stadium while their average attendance belies the fact that they currently find themselves in League One. The Blades have a long and varied history and will remain a big club with a massive fan base as we look to the future. whoever is in charge the fans will demand success at this level.
Perhaps the most famous name on the list recent United managers is Neil Warnock who memorably took the club to the Premier League in 2006.
A single draw against Ipswich Town in an otherwise black and white set of results has seen Sheffield United struggle for consistent results. Wins against Burton Albion, Reading, Queens Park Rangers and Leeds United and defeats to Fulham, Hull City, Leicester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Aston Villa demonstate slightly erratic form.
|31 Mar||Brentford||14:00||Sheffield United|
|02 Apr||Sheffield United||14:00||Cardiff City|
|07 Apr||Barnsley||14:00||Sheffield United|
|10 Apr||Sheffield United||18:45||Middlesbrough|
|14 Apr||Sheffield United||14:00||Millwall|
|21 Apr||Birmingham City||14:00||Sheffield United|
|31 Mar||@ Brentford||14:00|
|02 Apr||vs Cardiff City||14:00|
|07 Apr||@ Barnsley||14:00|
|10 Apr||vs Middlesbrough||18:45|
|14 Apr||vs Millwall||14:00|
|21 Apr||@ Birmingham City||14:00|