Heckingbottom told the Sheffield Star, When the bill gets paid we can come out. Until then we won't be doing anything. We're looking at possible players and what we want to do and we will find out what that looks like as we get closer to the deadline. What’s happened can’t become a distraction. Nothing can distract us. I’ve told the lads that. -Paul Heckingbottom Heckingbottom has done a remarkable job considering the huge bite injuries have taken out of his squad. John Fleck broke his leg last August, and although the Scotland international returned in October, he was injured again and hasn’t been able to return to the first team. Meanwhile, Jack O’Connell hasn’t played for two years since he showed his quality in the Premier League, but Heckingbottom has publicly supported him through his rehabilitation.
Only 2 teams in the top 5 tiers have bettered those figures: that'd be Notts County and us. This could be interesting. The Red Dragons went top of the table on Tuesday, courtesy of an impressive 3-0 win at Gateshead. Strike partnership Paul Mullin and Ollie Palmer both struck again: that's the 17th time in 48 games starting together that both of them have hit the net, and they've accumulated 41 goals this season between them. Yet there's no guarantee they'll even start this match together: Palmer's been playing through the pain of an injury lately, and Sam Dalby has stepped in admirably. Parkinson trusted him in the third round at Gateshead, and was rewarded with a goal and an assist. Elsewhere, injury problems are beginning to ease, although Jordan Davies, Jacob Mendy and Bryce Hosannah are still short of a return to the first team fray.
McBurnie, who enjoyed a successful loan spell at Chester in the 2014-15 season and experienced the cross-border derby when Kieran Morris' goal earned us a 1-0 win in March 2015, is carrying an ankle injury and as his replacement, promising forward Dan Jebbison, scored the winning goal last weekend against Hull, Heckingbottom might choose to extend his recovery period. McBurnie has 9 goals this season, a total bettered only by Iliman Ndiaye, who starred for Senegal in the World Cup and has racked up 10 goals alongside a Championship-leading 7 assists.
While Parkinson has two decades of managerial experience under his belt and a reputation for cup exploits, United's Paul Heckingbottom is a comparative neophyte. However, he has already developed an impressive reputation within the game since taking the plunge into management in February 2016. At his first club, Barnsley, he won the Football League Trophy and was recognised as a forward-thinking modern coach. That lead to him looking to turn around the careering oil tanker that was pre-Bielsa Leeds United, then heading north to Hibernian before arriving at Bramhall Lane.
PREVIEW | Wrexham vs Sheffield UnitedWell, here we are. Two teams in magnificent form, looking to achieve something outstanding by the end of the season, clashing for a place in the last 16 of the FA Cup. Wrexham's form ought to need no introduction. Achieving the longest unbeaten run in any club's history is a remarkable feat: when that club is 159 years old, it's jaw-dropping. Phil Parkinson's side haven't lost in 22 games, and have won every single home game this season.
Rhian Brewster and Welsh international Rhys Norrington-Davies are both expected to be out until March with hamstring problems, while Enda Stevens and George Baldock might not be risked. Centre backs Ciaran Clark and Chris Basham are both on their way back after knocks, and the benefits of getting pitch time will have to assessed alongside the risk of aggravating their injuries. The participation of striker Oli McBurnie is also up in the air.
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