Another Chelsea's Legend to Land Premier League Top Managerial Role
By Kibetevans-24 | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 61 views
Sheffield United are now certain that they will be relegated when the 2020-2021 premier league season ends. The Blades have been unable to step up their perfomances despite a poor start this season. Former manager Chris Wilder was unable to turn the club's dismal performances into good fortunes.
The unimpressive results registered by the club led to the top management of the club firing Chris Wilder. The manager left despite his long term stay and better perfomance in the club the previous years.
Sheffield's managerial position is yet to be occupied with several candidates being lined up. Emerging reports indicate that former Chelsea's veteran defender John Terry has been lined up as a candidate for the job.
Terry is currently among the coaching staff at Aston Villa. The player's incredible experience in the premier league can be an added advantage to him. This will be John Terry's first job as a manager at a premier league club. Despite his possible appointment, John Terry currently has no ability to keep the club in the premier league.
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