This afternoon, the Blades looked on course to achieve their first win of the season against Brighton & Hove Albion despite going down to ten men before Danny Welbeck came off the bench to score a late equaliser.
It means the Yorkshiremen remain rock-bottom having picked up two points from their opening 14 matches – the worst start of any top-flight English team in history.
Windass has urged the hierarchy at United to stick with him through the troubles, even though he claims that they will get relegated this season.
The ex-EFL talisman has backed the 53-year-old to bring them straight back up.
He told FFC:
“Sheffield United are finding it tough at the minute. Chris is finding it tough.
“What’s the point of sacking Chrissy Wilder? He’s done an unbelievable job, he’s a local lad, you know he’s played for the football club. There’s no point. There is no point sacking him. Who is going to come in and change it?
“I hope they keep hold of him. Yes, I think they’ll get relegated, and then hopefully next year he can bring them back up again but there’s no point sacking him now.”
Wilder has been in charge of the Blades since May 2016 having started his playing career as a right-back at the club in the late eighties.
In 209 matches, he’s guided United to 99 wins (47.3%) and has averaged an impressive 1.63 points per game, as per Transfermarkt.
It remains to be seen whether the long-serving manager is on the hot seat at all, although last month, he did admit he was feeling the pressure.
After all, even that Derby County side started their season better than this.
AND in other news, Chris Wilder admits ex-West Ham target could leave Sheffield United…