Paddy Kenny: "A lot of Sheffield United fans are unhappy"
Former Blades goalkeeper gives us the lowdown on Chris Wilder's departure
Former Sheffield United goalkeeper Paddy Kenny believes the Blades supporters are gutted by the departure of manager Chris Wilder.
Wilder, who left Bramall Lane at the weekend despite leading the club to the Premier League back to the Premier League from League One, told the Racing Post's Different League show in association with Betfred: "It's been horrendous and a lot of fans are unhappy.
"It's been a terrible week and a terrible season. Chris is seen as a god to a lot of people but we can't be sure what has gone on behind closed doors but there has been a disagreement.
"We know it's only a matter of time before they are relegated but the players need to pick themselves up and try to get a couple of more wins before the end of the season."
United are rock-bottom of the Premier League and lost their first match under caretaker boss Paul Heckingbottom 5-0 against Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.
Next up for the Blades is an FA Cup quarter-final clash away to Chelsea on Sunday and Kenny discussed that clash with presenter Scott Minto as well as a host of other weekend fixtures.
Former Ireland international Kenny, who spent eight years at Bramall Lane before moving to QPR and then on to Leeds, also discussed Mikel Arteta's decision to drop skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for his poor time-keeping.
Kenny revealed the day he was put on the transfer list after arriving three minutes late by Kevin Blackwell.
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