Life after Sheffield United: Bramall Lane favourite Paul Coutts so unlucky not to be sharing Blades Premier League return

Life after Sheffield United: Bramall Lane favourite Paul Coutts so unlucky not to be sharing Blades Premier League return

PAUL COUTTS is immensely unlucky not to be stepping out into the Premier League with Sheffield United. The 30-year-old Scot who has played under three managers at Bramall Lane, was king of the castle until a fateful night in November 2017 when he broke a leg. An 11-month absence eventually paved the way for the arrival of Oliver Norwood who filled the vacuum and led to the announcement earlier this month of Coutts’ release.

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Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder tells critics to keep faith as he kick-starts Blades bid to complete transfer jigsaw at Bramall Lane

Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder tells critics to keep faith as he kick-starts Blades bid to complete transfer jigsaw at Bramall Lane

CHRIS WILDER is experiencing something new as boss of Sheffield United. Dissenting voices. A turbulent start to the season – two defeats and a win, three goals scored and six conceded – is not the real problem. For a minority of frustrated fans it is the missed opportunity in the permanent transfer window which is cause for concern. But with the loan market still open and the arrival of midfield man Oliver Norwood from Brighton, Wilder is confident things are looking up.

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