Last Sunday, for the first time in twelve years, a Premier League match took place at Bramall Lane, the home base of Sheffield United and the oldest stadium in the world still in professional use. A special place in a particular city where the roots of mo

Last Sunday, for the first time in twelve years, a Premier League match took place at Bramall Lane, the home base of Sheffield United and the oldest stadium in the world still in professional use. A special place in a particular city where the roots of mo

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Last Sunday, for the first time in twelve years, a Premier League match took place at Bramall Lane, the home base of Sheffield United and the oldest stadium in the world still in professional use. A special place in a particular city where the roots of modern football are rooted.

Thousands were in the streets of Sheffield, last May, to greet the bus transporting the players and the technical staff in the center of the city of steel. Relieved! In 2007, on the last day of the Premier League, the Blades were down. Four years later, they had even dropped in League One but in 2013, thanks to the financial support of a Saudi prince - Abdullah bin Musa'ad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the club of the local businessman and supporter course Kevin McCabe had started his long ascent.