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Chris Wilder has said he was not surprised that he was not offered a job in the Premier League after being sacked by former club Sheffield United.

Wilder was sacked as manager of Sheffield United last season, after almost five years in charge.

He told The Totally Football League Show: “It was my first time being out of work for 20 years [after leaving Sheffield United]. It wasn’t planned: I signed a four-and-a-half year deal in January 2020. I tried to make the most of that break, and made sure that I kept my eye on the ball.

“I had a taste of the Premier League but it would’ve been pretty ambitious, if any of those jobs came up, for me to be in the running for them.

“I believe that from a percentage point of view, it would be more likely I’d be working in the Championship.”

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Chris Wilder has said he was not surprised that he was not offered a job in the Premier League after being sacked by former club Sheffield United.

Wilder was sacked as manager of Sheffield United last season, after almost five years in charge.

He told The Totally Football League Show: “It was my first time being out of work for 20 years [after leaving Sheffield United]. It wasn’t planned: I signed a four-and-a-half year deal in January 2020. I tried to make the most of that break, and made sure that I kept my eye on the ball.

“I had a taste of the Premier League but it would’ve been pretty ambitious, if any of those jobs came up, for me to be in the running for t…….

Chris Wilder has said he was not surprised that he was not offered a job in the Premier League after being sacked by former club Sheffield United.

Wilder was sacked as manager of Sheffield United last season, after almost five years in charge.

He told The Totally Football League Show: “It was my first time being out of work for 20 years [after leaving Sheffield United]. It wasn’t planned: I signed a four-and-a-half year deal in January 2020. I tried to make the most of that break, and made sure that I kept my eye on the ball.

“I had a taste of the Premier League but it would’ve been pretty ambitious, if any of those jobs came up, for me to be in the running for t…….

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