Sheffield United chief says Blades should have signed Serbian striker Mitrovic and blasts loan of James Wilson as 'very, very, bad'

Sheffield United chief says Blades should have signed Serbian striker Mitrovic and blasts loan of James Wilson as 'very, very, bad'

PRINCE ABDULLAH claims that Sheffield United ignored advice from confidante and club director Jan Van Winkel to sign Serbian striker Aleksander Mitrovic from Newcastle in January 2018 and instead landed Manchester United loanee James Wilson, a move the Blades co-owner described during his High Court battle with Kevin McCabe for full control, as “very, very, bad”.

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McCabe's barrister makes Wilder quit claim as High Court battle for control of Sheffield United gets heated

McCabe's barrister makes Wilder quit claim as High Court battle for control of Sheffield United gets heated

DURING an extraordinary day in the on-going High Court battle for full control of Sheffield United, co-owner Kevin McCabe’s barrister, Paul Downes QC, suggested all Blades worst nightmare – that boss Chris Wilder may quit if Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud wins out.

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Blades chief sensationally disputes official story behind decision that brought striker Ched Evans back to Sheffield United

Blades chief sensationally disputes official story behind decision that brought striker Ched Evans back to Sheffield United

DAILY revelations of the mistrust, misunderstanding and clear dislike between joint owners in their High Court battle to gain full control of Sheffield United, is truly worrying. It seems the left hand doesn’t know what the right-hand is doing, as illustrated by Prince Abdullah’s version of events regarding the re-signing of striker Ched Evans.

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Clear for all to see at Bramall Lane who is letting Sheffield United down and putting successful return to Premier League at risk

Clear for all to see at Bramall Lane who is letting Sheffield United down and putting successful return to Premier League at risk

IT has become abundantly clear after three weeks of High Court embarrassment, and more to come, who is letting the side down. But that is of no consolation to Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder planning to reinforce a squad with precious little Premier League experience and the clock already ticking.

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Blades co-owner linked with bid to buy Serie A Sampdoria as High Court battle for control of Sheffield United reveals bitterness of Bramall Lane feud

Blades co-owner linked with bid to buy Serie A Sampdoria as High Court  battle for control of Sheffield United reveals bitterness of Bramall Lane feud

SHEFFIELD UNITED co-owner Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is reported by Italian media to be in talks to buy into Serie A club Sampdoria. The news comes as he and partner Kevin McCabe’s bitter feud to win full control of the Blades has been exposed in the High Court where neither of their legal teams have pulled their punches.

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