These fans from other clubs have been taking issue with comments made by Blades boss Chris Wilder.
Well at least we know where he stands on the matter, and he didn’t mince his words about it. With football currently on hiatus, there’s been plenty of talk about how the final few weeks of the Premier League season needs to be handled.
Speaking to The Daily Mail, Wilder gave his views on the end to the season, whenever that may be, and he was very much of the view that cancelling or ‘voiding’ the season was the last thing on his mind:
“The idea of freezing positions as they are now is not for me, even though you look at the table and think it wouldn’t be a bad result for this club from a selfish point of view. Everyone will look at it from a selfish point of view and they have to come out of that.”
What would you rather have?
Games start ASAP behind closed doors
Wait until fans are allowed into grounds
This is of course in complete contrast to what Karren Brady said the other week about wanting the season to be voided, nothing to do of course with the fact they’re in relegation trouble, although she seems to have backtracked on those comments in recent days.
It’s obvious. Better to delay or cancel next season.
— Doh! (@aide_007) March 22, 2020
— Cathal Robinson (@CathalRobinson) March 22, 2020
There is only 1 answer.
— Mark Catchlove (@markcatchlove) March 22, 2020
No ones going to remember this season by the time they start playing again.
— Lord Arsene (@ob19599095) March 22, 2020
We must finish this one season – whenever that is. Teams like Sheffield United and Burnley have been exceptional. We could end up losing two seasons otherwise
— Paul Williams (@paulmartin0) March 22, 2020
“No matter what” you mean like thousands dying daily. Yeah football is more important 🤦🏻♂️
— TAS⚽️ (@coys100) March 21, 2020
Null and void
— . (@EdCrosbie) March 22, 2020
I don't think so. He talks about finishing the season next winter if that's what it takes. And as an Everton fan who'd love nothing more than seeing Liverpool's title snatched away from them, I tend to agree.
— Kane Green (@KaneGreen) March 22, 2020
And plenty of fans from other clubs gave their views on Wilder’s comments, with them seemingly split on the matter.