Former Sheffield United star Curtis Woodhouse says a fans apology to manager Danny Wilson would not go amiss, should as expected, the Blades seal promotion
Wilson, who arrived at Bramall Lane last May, was an unpopular appointment because of his links to fierce rivals Wednesday. He endured fans protest early in his tenure, but persevered and confounded his detractors by leading the Blades to the brink of automatic promotion to the Championship.
Woodhouse told the Sheffield Star: “When he came it was difficult for him, form was stuttering and fans were sceptical just because of his previous association with Wednesday.
“But everybody deserves a chance - and none more than Danny.
“He did well and United have found their form and a lot of the credit for that has to go to Danny.
“The fans see that and have got behind him now. But there are some who should hold their hands up and admit they were wrong and should say they are sorry.
“I can see a bright future for United, they have some good young players coming through and the club seems to be going in the right direction under Danny.”