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IN PROFILE: The Prince and the men behind his bid to take control of Sheffield United As HRH Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud continues his attempt to become Sheffield United's sole owner, we examine the backgrounds of the Saudi royal and the directors he has introduced to the boards of both the football club and its parent company.
James Shield's Sheffield United Column: Why attending Tuesday's under-21 fixture at Bramall Lane could be described as a civic duty On Tuesday evening, when England's under-21 squad hosts Ukraine at Bramall Lane, Aidy Boothroyd's players will enjoy an opportunity to issue another statement of intent ahead of next summer's European Championships.
Sheffield United: Personal duel can help play-off push Chris Wilder, the Sheffield United manager, believes the personal duel between goalkeepers Jamal Blackman and Simon Moore will help decide whether or not his team qualifies for the Championship play-offs.
Sheffield United Fan's Column: The weekend weather set me wondering I can't recall ever seeing a match played in such varied weather as that we experienced last Saturday. A few minutes before three the ground was bathed in bright sunlight but as the match began we could hardly see the Bramall Lane end because of the first of several snowstorms.
DCL's Lane return nears Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been talking to the media ahead of his return to Bramall Lane next week. The former Blades striker has been speaking at St George's Park as part of England U21s training ahead of their fixture at S2 against Ukraine next Tuesday.
United triumph Heffield United Walking Football Club have begun 2018 in fine form by winning the Albufeira Cup in Portugal. The 13-team tournament consisting of clubs from across Europe was spread over two days.
Sheffield United striker Ched Evans not bitter about his time spent in prison The Sheffield United striker, now 27, served half of a five-year prison sentence after originally being found guilty in 2012, but his conviction was quashed in 2016 following a retrial. "I'm not bitter," Evans told talkSPORT.
Sheffield United star not bitter over quashed rape sentence Ched Evans insists he feels "no anger or bitterness" about his time spent in prison after being accused of rape in 2011. The Sheffield United striker, now 27, served half of a five-year prison sentence after originally being found guilty in 2012, but his conviction was quashed in 2016 following a retrial.
'After five years of abuse, I'm back where I belong - playing football:' Ched Evans speaks for first time about rape trial ordeal He said: "After five years of abuse and scrutiny, I'm back where I belong, playing football." Evans was convicted of rape of a 19-year-old woman at a hotel in Wales in April 2012 and sentenced to five years' imprisonment.
Happy Birthday Unitedites 129 years ago today, a meeting took place on the second floor of 10 Norfolk Row in the centre of the then town of Sheffield, the offices of J.B Wostinholm. Commencing at 7.
Made in Sheffield: Maguire backing Vardy to shine for England Harry Maguire had his heart in his mouth watching Harry Kane's recent injury scare - a moment of anxiety he believes was shared by everyone associated with England's World Cup campaign.
Sheffield United: Manager Chris Wilder issues a top six challenge Chris Wilder has admitted Sheffield United must become even more clinical in front of goal or risk undermining their attempt to qualify for the Championship play-offs.
Sheffield United: The statistics of the season reveal how a small improvement could lead to huge gains for Chris Wilder's promotion-chasing squad Having recorded three clean sheets in their last three games, Chris Wilder's decision to stress the importance of an uncharitable defence has clearly resonated with Sheffield United's players.
Sheffield United: Ex-Blade has no fears about the World Cup finals in Russia Former Sheffield United defender Harry Maguire has no fears about travelling the World Cup finals in Russia later this summer, despite the diplomatic row sparked by the Salisbury poison attack.
Ladies continue to progress "It is a good opportunity, the club is in great shape," said Sheffield United Ladies boss Carla Ward. Earlier this month, the Blades submitted an application to be part of the restructured FA Women's Championship.
Former Sheffield United star Harry Maguire takes confidence from England selection ahead of another ex-Blade Harry Maguire takes great confidence from his England selection ahead of the likes of Gary Cahill, but there is no chance of the defender resting on his laurels ahead of the World Cup. Just three months before the finals get under way in Russia, the Three Lions continue their preparations with warm-up friendlies against Holland and Italy.
Sheffield United: Blade says football bosses must listen to fans The international break might have come at an opportune moment for Sheffield United as, having played eight matches in 30 days, Chris Wilder's squad looks to rest its tired limbs before making one final push towards the Championship play-offs.
Brentford boss worried about internationals with Sheffield United on Good Friday Henrik Dalsgaard has been called up to the Denmark squad for games with Panama and Chile, with the latter game taking place on the Tuesday March 27.
Sheffield United striker makes a surprising revelation about fitness James Wilson's first task after joining Sheffield United on loan wasn't finding somewhere to live, acquainting himself with the city or even rehearsing the song he serenaded his new team mates with at the club's training ground.
Sheffield United: Wing-back receives a huge boost in his quest to become a Republic of Ireland regular Enda Stevens' attempt to cement a place in the Republic of Ireland squad has been boosted by manager Martin O'Neill's admission that he wants to begin playing with wing-backs.
Blades boost for Alzheimer's charity United have made a pledge on behalf of the club's fans to a leading Alzheimer's charity following the sale of a selection of limited edition football shirts.
Joining in the EFL Day of Action All 72 EFL Clubs - United included - came together on the same day for the EFL's Day of Action to demonstrate the positive impact football can have in changing young people's lives.
Team of the Week: Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham United lead way in latest starting XI… IT'S that time of the week again at The Yorkshire Post, with a feast for some and a famine for others - Rotherham United and Sheffield Wednesday lead the way with three players apiece.
Wilder remains upbeat Chris Wilder says his players must hit the ground running after the forthcoming break and is demanding 'one last big effort' in the remaining eight games of the campaign.
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