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Chris Wilder – Middlesbrough

Chris Wilder has been out of work for several months, since he parted ways with Sheffield United. He and the club mutually terminated the contract when it was already evident that the "blades" would not survive in the Premier League. However, Wilder had few job offers but he said that he is waiting for the right project and then we will see him again near the outline.

Then, offer came from Middlesbrough and Wilder seems like the ideal man for the job because he knows how to build a team. That's exactly what he did with Sheffield United. He arrived at Bramall Lane in 2016 and only three years after that he played in the Premier League with the "blades". Under his leadership, Sheffield even fought for European competitions in hia first season, but in the end they finished in the 9th place. If anyone can provide a "great escape" for the Oakwell team, there is no doubt that it is this man.

"Proper Football Man" (or "Bloke", if you prefer) was supposed to be the complete opposite of modern coaches who came from beyond the white cliffs of Dover, who modernized, enriched the Premier and lower leagues and introduced island football to the 21st century.  The PFM therefore continues to nurture a staunch defense, a tall forward and wings that can, at best, run and center; and if possible, he believes, with a slight hint of xenophobia, only in the "domestic", which is why his teams are mostly loaded with English (preferably Yorkshire!), Irish (ideally North!), Scots and other Welsh. Sam Allardyce, Tony Pulis, Steve Bruce, Neil Warnock, are some PFM photo-robots in their original meaning.

Chris Wilder is a Yorkshireman. Born and raised in Stockssbridge, a suburb of Sheffield, he had an infamous football career - he was, of course, a defender! - and then entered the coaching waters and, step by step, reached the Premier League, leading the beloved club in a surprising season in the Championship in which they left behind much more paying clubs and, at least on paper, much better teams. Wilder is a man who turns the phrase "PFM" - and by God, the one about the Yorkshires - into something with completely positive connotations. A great motivator, he managed to take his beloved Sheffield out of League One with a very limited fund and bring them to the gates of paradise, and then proudly step through them.

On 7th November 2021 Wilder was appointed as the new manager of Middlesbrough in the Championship and next month the results were there Middlesbrough wasn’t defeated in 5 matches in December and Wilder was Manager of the month December. However, at the end Middlesbrough finished on the 7th position and missing on the playoffs for little. With Wilder on the bench and few proper transfers Middlesbrough for sure will be among the favourities for promotion to Premier League next season.

Wilder started his managerial career in 2001 at Alfreton Town. He changed several teams Halifax Town, Oxford United and Northampton Town before joining Sheffield United in League One. Three season later he lifted this club to the top of the English football and this is definitely his biggest success so far.

Next season will be ultimate challenge for him to win promotion to Premier league with team like Middlesbrough in a really tough competition.

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