Sheffield news Alexander Blessin addresses United manager link again after visa setback PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The 47-year-old German coach is wanted by United to replace Chris Wilder but insists 'you shouldn't always believe what is being told'
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Alexander Blessin has again answered questions about his future amid interest from Sheffield United. The 47-year-old German coach is hoping to lead Belgium side KV Oostende into the Europa League after an impressive first season. The former Leipzig junior coach has been top of United's wanted list for some time, but reports recently claimed he had suffered a setback after having his application for a visa to work in this country turned down. Under new regulations that came into force on January 1, managers must have held a senior position in a top league for two consecutive seasons, or three out of the last five. This is Blessin's first season and therefore does not qualify. The Blades board are understood to be appealing the decision in the hope they can find a way around the problem. He was again asked by Voetbal Primeur about the link with the Blades job and he insists his focus is on his side's quest for European qualification and that you 'shouldn't always believe what is being told'. “You shouldn't always believe what is being told, he said. "Sometimes something is right, sometimes it's just rumours.
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. And another thing: I am still under contract here for one more year. “Since January I have been building the team for next season with CEO Gauthier Ganaye. I don't just do that. "You can burn yourself if you suddenly take a step higher without thinking about it. "Why not confirm with Oostende? The second year is more difficult, so maybe I can get a lot better here. I have no problem staying at all. But in football you are never sure."
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