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Nothing changes for Sheffield United after Manchester City ban – Chris Wilder

Belfast Telegraph Thursday, 20 February 2020
Chris Wilder insists he has not thought about the possibility of Sheffield United’s Champions League aspirations being enhanced by Manchester City’s ban from European football.
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