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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
6%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
30%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
27%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
28%
  



Alvin 4:17 Mon Nov 9
The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
I don't know if I'm too early for this? They look pretty awful, and clubs have 'found them out'.

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Sven Roeder 6:05 Mon Jan 4
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
I meant before he went to Sheff U
Lundstram was linked recently as think he is out of contract at the end of the season and won’t sign a new one

Mr Kenzo 5:53 Mon Jan 4
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
I thought Lundstram was the one we were looking at

Sven Roeder 5:37 Mon Jan 4
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Sander Berge who we looked at (currently out with a hamstring) is their best player in a sub-Soucek sort of way.
Ramsdale looked promising at Bournemouth but has been mediocre
Unfortunately for them they spent £40m on his and Brewster

Alvin 5:29 Mon Jan 4
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Anyone you fancy getting from them once they're down? I thought Mc Burnie at one time, but seems to have lost it lately. Mind you they all have.

Sir Alf 11:49 Sat Jan 2
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
2 spots For the trap door already booked. Brighton or Fulham for the other one unless there is a team that makes a post Xmas fall of epic proportions?

Hammer-ed 9:51 Sat Jan 2
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
They are definitely "Brown bread" in Premiership terms.

Sir Alf 7:03 Sat Jan 2
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
As mentioned , Brewster is their Haller albeit half the money we wasted. They literally have no one who looks like he could score or cause a defence problems. I guess last season Henderson in goal helped too as even then they were often winning 1-0. The team work ethic and organisation is still good so you would think they will keep Wilder on when they get relegated as they almost certainly will.

twoleftfeet 7:03 Sat Jan 2
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Why did no one challenge Eze? He just jogged past them.

zebthecat 7:00 Sat Jan 2
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
At this rate Derby's lowest points record is in danger. That team was truly terrible unlike Sheffield Utd.

twoleftfeet 6:51 Sat Jan 2
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
They are pretty bad to be fair but they never get thrashed 😄

arsene york-hunt 1:15 Thu Dec 31
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
If this new variant vrus keeps going I can see this year's league being cancelled so thye can start again next year.

Stevethehammer 6:30 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Half expected Wilder to have got the bullet by now.

Hammer-ed 6:14 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Warnock was so bitter that he wished that both Man Utd and Liverpool lose their finals -i.e. the FA Cup and Champions League Final - for fielding a weaken side. He should know of all people that you should rely on others to do you any favours.

Westside 4:48 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
If you see Warnock's interview after Sheffield United's relegation that season, he is as bitter (if not more so) about Liverpool's weakened team against Fulham, as he is about Tevez.

Coffee 4:15 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
cygnet - exactly!

That and the Wigan v Sheff U game.

cygnet 3:23 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
The crucial game nobody ever mentions was Fulham 1-0 Liverpool on May 5th 2007. If memory serves me correctly Liverpool fielded a weakened team resting 9 regular players.
Even a draw would've meant Fulham going down instead of the Blades.

ParadiseLost 2:47 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
We should expect the big clubs, if Sheffield United continue their current form, to use them as an example of why money distribution in the Premiership is ‘unfair’. When you think of Sheffield United likely take per point they might, for once, have a case.

Sven Roeder 1:07 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Can remember that Villa side outplaying us for 15 mins at Upton Park.
Jordan Ayew then punched Cresswell in the face right in front of us ... and the linesman
Easy 2-0 win

Loved having Derby in the division. Only time we have ever won 5-0 away in the Premier league

Kaiser Zoso 12:59 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Derby County were relegated from the Premier League with a record low total of 11 points.

One win, eight draws and 29 losses.

Only six teams have ever got fewer than 20 points in a Premier League season, with Derby’s total four adrift of the next lowest.

That 15-point campaign belongs to Mick McCarthy’s Sunderland side of 2005-06, with the Black Cats previously having been relegated with 19 points in 2002-03.

Portsmouth also limped to 19 points in 2009-10, Aston Villa managed only 17 in 2015-16 and Huddersfield last season finished on 16.

Derby’s relegation was the earliest in terms of date in the Premier League era, with Huddersfield relegated on March 30 but matching County’s mark of six games to go.

Lee Trundle 12:58 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Coffee 12:45 Wed Dec 30

Derby managed to get 11 points, their only win coming against Newcastle.

ChillTheKeel 12:54 Wed Dec 30
Re: The Sheffield United Relegation Thread
Dave Whelan was the biggest tit during that saga.
Absolutely loved that away day at Wigan when we thumped them 0-4 with 5000 of us chanting Whelan, Whelan you're a cunt.

Anyway, talking of cunts, fuck you Sean Bean.

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