Sheffield United manager, Chris Wilder has accepted the potential outcome of relegation ahead of his side's English Premier League clash against defending champions, Liverpool on Sunday.
For the 2020-21 season, the Blades have lost 20 matches in the premier league which puts them 20th on the table with just 2 wins from 5 games - losing the other 3 matches.
Sheffield United will face injury-stricken Liverpool but a win for the Blades is less probable -- though they have shown they can stun EPL giants when they defeat Manchester United.
The club coach in his pre-match conference made some statements that show the club has accepted any outcome after the season.
“Whatever season, whatever division, a big end to the season is better than a not so big.— Sheffield United (@SheffieldUnited) February 26, 2021
There’s always something to play for, an obligation to everybody. They’re professional footballers.”
- Chris Wilder. ? pic.twitter.com/nh2dkJiU3q
“Whatever season, whatever division, a big end to the season is better than a not so big. There’s always something to play for, an obligation to everybody. They’re professional footballers", Wilder said.
With just 11 points from 25 games, Sheffield United Wilder might be right to accept defeat and move on with his incredible team though they failed to live up to last season's performances.