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PremierLeague-News.Com - The Blades recently published their accounts for the 2019/20 season, where among the items in the report was the club's mission statement, which gave an indication as to how owner Prince Abdullah plans to run the club
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Prince Abdullah's vision for the future of Sheffield United has been revealed in a recent report about the club's finances. The accounts for the 2019-20 season were published last week and among the items included was the board's mission statement. This gave a big indication of how Sheffield United will look in the future. It revealed that the long-term strategy is to be a 'self-sustaining club competing in the top tier of English football'. This will be achieved by 'investing in our playing squad, through first team acquisitions and our elite academy programme'. The statement reads: "The club's long-term strategy is to be a self-sustaining, globally recognised club competing in the top tier of English football. "This will be achieved by embracing a business model that focuses on investment in our playing squad, through first team acquisitions and our elite academy programme, by cultivating our global brand, by driving and diversifying revenue streams and by identifying and nurturing talent across all areas of the business.
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. He must be willing and have previous experience of working with young players. Jack Lester, Paul Heckingbottom and the coaching staff at Shirecliffe are excited about the future of those youngsters bubbling away below the first team surface, and the club are keen to ensure this talent has a pathway to develop from the academy into the senior squad.
Sander Berge is an example of the type of players United want to recruit in the future
The new manager must also be open to a more global approach to recruitment. United plan to change their model towards signing 'undervalued' players from abroad, with the feeling that players in the British market are overpriced. Sander Berge is an example of the route they want to go down regarding recruitment - a player that even though he cost £22m, was always going to be worth a lot more in the future.
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