Sport "You do feel sorry for him" - Exclusive: Ex-SUFC man defends struggling Sheffield United player
'Absolutely critical' - Sky Sports pundit delivers warning to Sheffield Wednesday
Sky Sports pundit Andy Hinchcliffe has been speaking on the latest edition of Sky Sports’ EFL Podcast about all of the news from the Championship, League One, and League Two. One of the topics that he spent some time covering was the Championship relegation battle, and he assessed Sheffield Wednesday’s chances of staying in the […]One of the topics that he spent some time covering was the Championship relegation battle, and he assessed Sheffield Wednesday’s chances of staying in the division.
Former Sheffield United man Keith Gillespie insists that Rhian Brewster is not a flop at Bramall Lane, tellingthat he feels sorry for the former Liverpool youngster.
The Bladesto sign Brewster in the summer in a club-record deal but he has failed to this season.
SAFC graduate has seen his value rise by £9m since leaving, he's a "rock-solid" gem - opinion
John Egan was released by Sunderland but is now worth as much as £9m at Sheffield United.Sam Greenwood was one of the first to start the trend. He departed Sunderland for Arsenal in 2018 and is now on the cusp of senior football with Leeds United.
Inin all competitions, the 21-year-old has repeatedly drawn a blank and he has completed the 90 minutes in just two games.
Gillespie played for the club between 2005 and 2009 and he does not believe that the youngster can be held wholly accountable for his own struggles.
Indeed, he has maintained that he simply isn’t being given the service that he requires, with the Blades scoring just 17 goals in 30 games, which is comfortably the lowest number of the 20 clubs in the table.
Indeed, Brewster went on loan to Swansea last season in the Championship and.
He told FFC: “You do feel sorry for him, when you come as a goalscorer, you’re paid to score goals.
“If you don’t do that, you’re deemed a flop. I wouldn’t call him a flop because Sheffield United haven’t performed this season.
“If you’re the marksman, and you’re not getting the service that maybe he was getting at Swansea, playing in the Championship, you’re not going to be scoring goals.”
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Sheffield Wednesday fans haven’t had much to smile about this season, and it looks more and more likely that they’re heading for League One next season. The Owls had to contend with a points deduction before the season had even begun, and they’ve worked their way through three permanent managers – the latest being Darren […]The Owls had to contend with a points deduction before the season had even begun, and they’ve worked their way through three permanent managers – the latest being Darren Moore to try and arrest the slide.