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Odds comparison next Sheffield United Manager

Odds comparison next Sheffield United manager

Sheffield United next manager after Chris Wilder

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Who is Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder?

Chris Wilder is the current Sheffield United manager as he’s been in the job since May 2016. Wilder was born on 23 September 1967 in Stocksbridge. Wilder played professional football for clubs around the United Kingdom such as Brighton & Hove Albion, Sheffield United, Rotherham United and Notts County.

Wilder started his managerial career at Alfreton Town in 2001 as he won four trophies, however, he only stayed for a season before moving on quickly to Halifax Town in 2002. Chris Wilder stayed as the Halifax Town manager until they went into liquidation in 2008 as Wilder moved on to Bury as an assistant manager and then Oxford United in the same year. Wilder won the Conference Premier playoffs whilst at Oxford United before moving on to Northampton Town in January 2014. He impressed at Northampton Town by winning the EFL League Two in the 2015-16 season along with 4 Manager of the Month awards during his 2 seasons at the club.

In May 2016, EFL League One side Sheffield United appointed Chris Wilder as their new manager as Wilder signed a 3 year contract. In Wilder’s opening season at Sheffield United, Wilder won the EFL League One and secured 100 points in the process. In the following season in the Championship, Sheffield United finished 10th in the league along with an impressive fifth round FA Cup appearance. In the 2018-19 season, Wilder finished 2nd in the Championship and therefore gained promotion to the Premier League along with Wilder signing a new 3 year contract with the club.

Wilder’s won many individual honours in his time at Sheffield United such as the Championship Manager of the Month award in both February 2019 and April 2019. He also won the LMA Manager of the Year award for the 2018-19 season along with the LMA Championship Manager of the Year award in the same season. Next season, Sheffield United may struggle in the Premier League if they don’t spend big money in the transfer window. They’ve already spent a combined £20m on Lys Mousset from Bournemouth, Callum Robinson from Preston North End and Luke Freeman from Queens Park Rangers. They’ve also signed Phil Jagielka and Ravel Morrison from Everton and Östersund FK respectively both on free transfers. However, the club will have to buy more players if they are to survive in the Premier League next year.


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