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Speculation about Wilder’s future had increased on Friday when the Premier League club’s media duties were canceled

Wilder, who had great success after taking over the management of his youth club in 2016 and taking it from the first division to the top division, is leaving the Premier League with the blades

Tensions between Wilder and club owner Abdullah Bin Musa’ad Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud have increased recently

As recently as last week, Wilder said he did not know whether he would take command next season, although he had confirmed that he would stay in Bramall Lane if the board of directors and owners “stick to the plan “

Today is a sad day for everyone at this great football club. Thank you for all you have done for me and my family I’ll never forget We really shared some amazing times on and off the pitch Sorry we let you down in the end ImageTwittercom / 0iANmyEzo0

Wilder said in quotes posted on the club’s official website: “Being manager of Sheffield United has been a special journey that I will never forget

“I was delighted with the opportunity in 2016 and pleased with the success we have achieved, including two promotions and a highest Premier League finish ever

“I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the club’s achievements along the way, including the players, staff and especially the supporters”

Reports on Saturday night indicated that after confirming Wilder’s departure, United would attempt to fix a tentative date until the end of the season

However, there was no confirmation of who would be responsible for the team for Sunday’s Premier League game in Leicester

A statement from the club said, “We are confident that all of Blades fans around the world will join us in thanking Chris for his hard work, dedication and expertise in running the club

“Now the club will focus its attention on ending the season as strong as possible and, if we are relegated, preparing for the championship

“We confirm our intention to keep the core of the player group together and will continue to invest in the academy and the first team to put us in the best possible position for the future”

Thanks for everything you’ve done for me !! Never underestimate what you’ve done for Sheffield United! Cant wait to see the statue on the street! Not just a great manager, but also a great person Good luck for the future❤️ BildTwittercom / 7WpjwzusqY

There have been reports of conflict with the owners over plans to appoint a football director, with Prince Abdullah believing Wilder’s recruitment record was below par

Nonetheless, Wilder is considered one of the most successful managers in the club’s history and his responsible time will be fondly remembered by Blades fans despite the disappointment this season for his achievements

After taking over the running of his youth club in the summer of 2016, Wilder helped the Blades advance as Sky Bet League One champions for the first time before winning promotion from the championship two seasons later, marking their 12th anniversary of the club ended absenteeism from the highest level

The Blades were a revelation on their return to the Premier League last season They finished ninth and held up a challenge to European football for the first time in the club’s history until the last week of the season

But Wilder’s team has had a miserable run this season and is shamed for having the worst start to a top season in English football history

The Blades have lost 22 of their 28 Premier League games and are at the bottom of the table with just 14 points – 12 points for safety reasons with 10 games remaining

However, they have made it to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, where they will travel to Chelsea this coming weekend

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