Can the Blades bounce back from the Championship next season?

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Sheffield United endured yet another EPL relegation.

Championship beckons once more for Sheffield United

News Insights

  • Sheffield United’s EPL relegation was confirmed last weekend.
  • The Blades have managed just 3 wins all season.
  • Manager Chris Wilder faces an uncertain future.
  • A tough Championship season lies in wait next term. 

Surviving in the Premier League remains one of the toughest existances for any side and Sheffield United have struggled to cope with the rigours of the EPL this term. 
Paul Heckingbottom was relieved of his duties as manager, with Chris Wilder returning to Bramall Lane but results haven’t improved. 
With just 3 wins to their name all season, United face a huge rebuilding job back in the Championship next season, whoever steps into the managerial breach but they will be amongst the favourites to bounce back with many pundits and EPL betting sites

Struggling Sheffield 

The grandeur of Sheffield as a footballing city has waned in recent times and the relegation of United is just another example of the footballing struggles the city is enduring. 
With local rivals Sheffield Wednesday also locked in a battle to preserve their Championship status, the city needs a footballing boost. 
United have long yo-yoed between the Premier League and the Championship and despite their poor form this term, they will be in the mix to achieve promotion again next season with many Championship and EPL betting sites
Woeful Wilder 

They say in life that you should never go back and so it has proven for Sheffield United and Chris Wilder. 
During his first tenure at the club, Wilder inspired the Blades to the dizzying heights of a top half finish in the Premier League, but the wheels have fallen off dramatically since. 
Replacing Paul Heckingbottom with Chris Wilder looked to be a gamble by the Bramall Lane hierarchy, a move that certainly did not pay off. 
Blades to bounce back? 

Relegation to the Championship is always a tough one for Premier League sides to take but Sheffield United are pretty used to that process. 
Whoever is in charge next season will know that they have the basis of a squad that could challenge at the sharp end of the Championship. 
With 2 from Nottingham Forest, Burnley and Luton Town set to join Sheffield United in the Championship next season too, the race for promotion will be generating plenty of attention with punters and football betting sites.