SALUTE to Blades fan Joe Root who led from the front in the first day of the opening Ashes Test. He rescued England by slamming 134 runs off only 166 balls during 247 minutes of gripping drama in Cardiff.
Sheffield United Football Club blog. Also known as The Blades, Sheffield United FC and SUFC. News, views, opinion analysis on what is happening at Bramall Lane and how United, managed by Chris Wilder, fare in the English Football League Championship
Blog news and analysis on Sheffield United Football Club. Also known as the Blades and SUFC. They play in League One of the Football League. Their home ground is called Bramall Lane. SUFC were formed in 1889. Nigel Adkins is the team manager.
Former Sheffield United striker and radio pundit Keith Edwards voicing the frustration of United fans. The warning came in November 2015. Click image for post. In view of how it all ended it makes interesting reading.
IT hasn't taken long for Chris Morgan to exert his influence since leaving a coaching role at Bramall Lane to be manager Danny Wilson's No2 at Chesterfield. They will be playing in red and white stripes next!
UNITED striker Marc McNulty took to twitter only 18 minutes after new manager Nigel Adkins was unveiled. McNulty was just one of many players who had a strained relationship with former boss Nigel Clough.
UNITED'S WEBSITE IS SINGING THE BLUES: Not what you would expect to find on Sheffield United's official website. An advert urging visitors to vote Conservative in the General Election! Proof that democracy, however misguided, and freedom of speech is alive, well and living in the socialist republic of South Yorkshire.
STYLISH PAINT JOB: Stuck for tasteful decor ideas to spruce up your house? Well here is the perfect remedy. It will add value too, unless you live in S6.
STRAIGHT FROM THE TOP: Jim Phipps, United's co-chairman, echoes the sentiment of all those fans who witnessed a shocking 1-0 defeat at relegated Yeovil.
IS NIGEL IN THE KNOW? Does birthday boy Nigel Clough know something we don’t?
In an interview with Radio Sheffield prior to United’s 1-0 home win against Port Vale, his 49th birthday on March 19 was mentioned.
Commenting on going into his 50th year, Clough said with a smile: “If we’re still here this time next year we’ll have a laugh about it. I think the odds on that at the moment are quite slim.”