Chris Wilder, the boss of Sheffield United, supports Everton to be a ‘really strong outfit’ next season
‘They will be roaring back’: Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder supports Everton to be a ‘really strong outfit’ next season under Carlo Ancelotti, despite only two wins in seven games since the restart
- Chris Wilder, Sheffield United coach, expects Everton to be strong next year
- The European ambitions of the Toffees disappeared after the restart of the competition
- Everton has two seven-game wins en route to Bramall Lane
- Instead, it’s the Blades who are heading to Europe after a good 2019-20 season
Chris Wilder, Sheffield United boss, expects Carlo Ancelotti to bring Everton where they want to be next season.
The Toffees’ European ambitions have faded after the Premier League restart with just two wins from seven games en route to their trip to Bramall Lane on Monday.
Instead, it is the Blades who go to Europe after a great season in their first year after promotion of the championship.
Chris Wilder, the boss of Sheffield United, expects Carlo Ancelotti to fire Everton next year
But with Ancelotti at the helm and the opportunity to spend in the transfer market, Wilder knows Everton will be a different proposition next term.
About Everton’s arms since the reboot, Wilder said, “A lot of things can happen: injuries, managers trying different things and people need to realize what position they were in when he took over.
“They were involved in relegation scrap, so getting into the position as early as possible is testament to the effect he had on his players.
“They are returning as a football club and will be a very strong outfit for the next season.
The Toffees’ European ambitions have fallen after the restart of the Premier League
“What he achieved as a player – that famous goal he scored – and his career, a true footballer and top manager who achieves everything in the game, shows just how powerful the Premier League he manages in this division.”
The Blades controlled their own European destiny until they were defeated by Leicester on Thursday evening.
It was a performance that Wilder made exceptions to, publicly criticizing his players and expecting a response on Monday night.
Instead, it is the Blades who go to Europe after a great season under manager Wilder
“I don’t know what they’ve had among themselves, but if they know what the players are about, they’ll be disappointed because we don’t encourage this – we weren’t competitive enough and made it too easy for Leicester,” said Wilder.
“I don’t like being in a position where we have to show a reaction of defeat, but I am sure the players understand my message I said to them – to compete in this division we have to do much better then do on Thursday and we will have to be on Monday. ‘