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Wilder will be the winner following his removal

It was inevitable that Sheffield United and Chris Wilder would eventually part company. Not because of almost certain relegation for the club this season but…

It was inevitable that Sheffield United and Chris Wilder would eventually part company.

Not because of almost certain relegation for the club this season but because of the behind-the-scenes arguments, disagreements and Wilder’s complete dissatisfaction with the way the club is run and a lack of player investment.

Wilder was at breaking point with frustration over his difficult working relationship with owner Prince Abdullah bin Musaad bin Abdulaziz.

Having spoken with a lot of colleagues over the past few days we are all in agreement that Sheffield United are the overall losers in this situation.

Chris Wilder is a respected manager who will find no lack of clubs showing interest in employing him.

Sheffield, on the other hand, I fear for because now Wilder has gone, they are rudderless, have no direction and the players do not know what on earth they are supposed to be doing on the pitch.

Any new manager coming in will presumably encounter the same problems as Chris Wilder.

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