|Job||English Football Club|
|Location||City of Sheffield|
2011 11 27 Retrieve
[Sheffield United on Gary Speed’s death] Everybody at Sheffield United is extremely shocked and saddened to learn of the death of former player and manager Gary Speed. Thoughts are with Gary’s family and friends at this distressing time
: 2019 07 02 Chris Wilder says Former Manchester United academy star Ravel Morrison is training with Sheffield United and could be a good fit for the newly-promoted Premier League club
: 2019 07 04 Sheffield United have secured the return of former Everton defender Phil Jagielka to Bramall Lane on an initial one-year deal
: 2019 07 09 Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has signed a new three-year deal ahead of his side’s Premier League return
: 2019 07 16 Sheffield United have announced the signing of Ravel Morrison, with the former Manchester United youth player signing a one-year deal with the option to extend for a further year after having impressed during a pre-season trial
: 2019 07 21 Sheffield United have broken their transfer record for the third time in a month to sign striker Lys Mousset from Bournemouth.
: 2019 07 26 Dean Henderson has signed a new three-year contract at Manchester United and returned to Sheffield United on loan for the 2019-20 campaign
: 2019 08 08 Muhamed Besic has left Everton and signed for Premier League newcomers Sheffield United on a loan deal for the 2019-20 season
2020 04 20 Retrieve
[Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder and staff agree to pay deferral] Manager Chris Wilder and chief executive officer Stephen Bettis have agreed partial pay and relevant bonus deferrals to assist the Football Club’s cash flow issues during the current Covid-19 crisis.
The savings created by this will assist the Club with retaining staff and continuing to pay 100 per cent of their salaries during this difficult period. They were joined by senior coaching staff who agreed to the deferrals for the next six months also
2020 06 17 Retrieve
[Villa released an official statement via their official website explaining their show of unity with Sheffield United] Aston Villa and Sheffield United were proud to stand in solidarity with the actions of the players and coaching staff of both football clubs during the first ten seconds of tonight’s Premier League fixture, expressing our collective support for the Black Lives Matter movement
In the first Premier League fixture of Project Restart, both clubs hope that the act of ‘taking a knee’ will send a strong message of unity and amplify the many messages of support from Premier League players and the wider football family.
The directors of both clubs, Dean Smith, Chris Wilder, Jack Grealish and Billy Sharp and the players of United and Villa are in full support of this action
We believe that ‘taking a knee’ at the start of the fixture and after the pre-match minute’s silence, allowed both clubs to pay their respects to COVID-19 victims and to show the deep gratitude we all feel for our brave and selfless front-line workers
2020 06 30 Retrieve
[Dean Henderson: Sheffield United extend goalkeeper’s loan until the end of the season] Chris Wilder has finalised his squad for the remainder of the current extended Premier League campaign. Goalkeeper Dean Henderson will remain at Bramall Lane until the end of the season, after a deal was struck with Manchester United following prolonged discussions between the respective parties in recent weeks
2020 07 13 Retrieve
[Sheffield United investigate after David McGoldrick is racially abused] As a club we will support David McGoldrick and will do all we can to find the perpetrator of this disgusting message. We will work with the relevant authorities to ensure the person behind this post is brought to justice. This cannot continue. Something needs to change