Blades Blunted: how selling their strikeforce was the worst decision Sheffield United ever made.

The Worst Decisions Your Football Club Ever Made

To sell one great striker could be seen as a mistake, to sell two on the same day is downright lunacy. As bad decisions go, this has got to be up there with the very worst. Sheffield United fan, former work colleague and good friend of yours truly Martin Williams tells of the worst decision Sheffield United ever made. 

Since seeing the ‘Worst Decision Ever Made’ series I’ve been racking my brains as to what I feel the worst decision Sheffield United have ever made. We’ve had numerous poor board decisions, managerial appointments and player sales to cast my mind over during the 29 years of life in which I’ve been a Blade. However I finally settled on a short period of time during the 1997/98 season that began with one devastating day in January where the club at board level displayed a complete lack of ambition to push the club forward…

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