Thursday, 22 November 2018
Manager Paul Warne has revitalised Rotherham's return to the Championship, impressive home form see's the Millers sitting 2 points above the drop zone but 3 points of 15th. The Millers have improved their home form this year which has helped them a lot. With important victories coming against top team's like Swansea and inform Derby, whilst also picking impressive draws against promotion chasing team's like Middlesbrough away from home. Rotherham's dangers come from mainly midfield with players like Joe Newell, Ryan Manning (on loan from QPR) and Will Vaulks. Manning, a young prodigy from QPR has been banging in the goals and has scored 4 goals in 15 games most coming from penalties. Impressive home form see's Rotherham fighting for survival and may help them stay up.
Chris Wilder's men if winning the game will go joint top up until the 3pm kick off's. Facing a tough schedule with a trip to London coming the week after to face Brentford it is difficult to see what kind of side Wilder will play. After the week of internationals it is expected that changes will be made by the self confessed Blade.
Sheffield United : The Blades are expected to have a fully fit squad to choose from. John Egan returned early this week from International duty with a suspected calf injury but is expected to be available for selection. No other injury concerns for the Blades.
Rotherham United: Paul Warne is not expecting any fresh injury problems after his squad to like United's returned from the international break unscathed. Sean Raggett on loan from Norwich is expected to be fit soon as he's playing in a reserve game this week to.
Manager's comments :
Chris Wilder : http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06sjxxc (BBC RADIO SHEFFIELD)
Paul Warne : https://www.themillers.co.uk/news/2018/november/freeview--warnes-sheffield-united-team-news/ (Courtsey of RUFC website)
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To sum it up, in my eyes this is a class signing. Well done Rodgers.
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For people who are unaware Tom Bradshaw is a striker for Walsall and Wales. After joining Walsall for free in the summer, Tom has proven why he one of the most prolific strikers in his division. After picking up 14 goals in 21 appearances its no surprise that almost every team below the BPL have him on their radar. Tom is a striker who if needed can play in the attacking center forward role. His best formation to work in is 4-4-1-1 with an experienced and talented center forward just behind him. This formation works so well simply because its what he has adjusted too whilst his time at the Bescot
Bradshaw who also has 8 appearances for U21 Wales has got a future chance to play for the Wales first team, which would see him link up with football’s most expensive player Gareth Bale. Aged 22 it is without doubt that Bradshaw has got a fantastic 10 years ahead of him whether that is at Walsall or anywhere else. Starting his career in Wales he quickly made an impact, aged 18 he made a move to England with League 2 side Shrewsbury Town where he picked up 17 goals in 89 league appearances.
My view on Tom Bradshaw is obviously biased with me being a Walsall fan. However the way he has performed this season you just can’t go wrong when we got him for FREE in the summer. If we were to sell him then Walsall have just had the best of both worlds with his prodigious goal tally and the hefty fee we could get for him in the next transfer window.
Thanks to Dylan @SaddlersScene for composing this piece, Dylan is a Aspiring Journalist and also a Walsall fan so go check his Twitter account and follow the Bradshaw story too and also check out his website coming soon.
What's your thoughts tweet me @Max_Goddard9 with your views would Bradshaw be a good signing for the Blades frontline?