Date: 26th June 2020 at 8:00am
Written by: Adam Conway

I’m not sure if the words to end it with were the ideal choice.

In doing his best to try and reduce panic, he may have accidentally generated a little bit more of it.

Blades boss Chris Wilder spoke after the defeat to Manchester United last night, the second time in the space of two games that we’ve conceded three goals, and he admitted that something is clearly wrong at the club. It sure is a far cry from where we were before the Premier League was brought to a halt where we had the second-best defence in the entire division.

In that conference, he talked about how the club needs to find a solution to their problems incredibly quickly, or we could end up falling off a cliff, and whilst we are realistically safe at this stage, a sharp drop in form could spell danger in our hopes for European football.

Do you agree with Chris Wilder's comments?

Yes

Yes

No

No

And Blades fans were quick to respond to Wilder’s words, and they were pretty split on where the blame should be placed.

What about you? What do you make of Wilder’s comments about falling off the proverbial cliff?

 
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One Reply to ““Wilder will sort it”, “too much disruption”- These Blades split over Chris Wilder’s comments”

  • Wilder is reluctant to put any of the benched players in he always sticks with his tried and tested ever reliable first on the teamsheet players.
    He said we were ready for the restart but in all fairness looks like we have given our all and the tank is empty.
    We don’t look like scoring but look like conceding and that’s a shame to finish the season on low note.
    Am surprised Berge is so disappointing Wilder has given him a chance by upsetting the apple cart and finding a place for him but he hasn’t yet cut the mustard fitness wise and lack of ball control he doesn’t seem to be literally up to speed and hes just had 3 months to upgrade so I am disappointed in our 22m player and McBurnie doesn’t look sharp enough either.
    Too many players are not at the races at the same time is bad for business people say we have injury crisis but that’s humbug considering we have cover but that’s not up to prem standard.
    Wilder has some work to do this coming transfer window clearly our reserves are weak and we need a good few players so bargain basement here we come !!!

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