Sheffield United Striker Billy Sharp Faces Huge Social Media Backlash Following Wrexham Comments

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Sheffield United striker Billy Sharp has aggravated Wrexham followers on social media after the ahead labelled the non-league facet as ‘disrespectful’ in his post-match interview.

The Blades bought the higher of Wrexham in final evening’s FA Cup replay, with Sharp scoring the all-important second-goal. Paul Mullin pulled one again for the Welsh facet to degree it at 1-1, nevertheless the Welshman missed his probability to take the lead as his penalty was saved by Adam Davies.

Sander Berge secured the victory and put Sheffield United into the subsequent spherical the place they are going to face Tottenham Hotspur. However earlier than Sharp turned his focus to Spurs, he had a lot to say about Wrexham’s antics over the course of each matches.

Sharp stated: “I think they’ve been disrespectful, though. A few things before the game, thinking they were already through; I’m glad we’ve beaten them,”

“I think they thought we were just going to roll over when we get back in it. I think the referee was helping them all night as well, I don’t think he gave me one foul all night.”

The 36-year-old additionally believed that the Hollywood-owned facet had been overlooking Sheffield United and eyeing-up the possibility to play Tottenham.

He stated: “I wasn’t happy with the way they’ve been as a club before the game, eyeing up Spurs. They’ve not even beaten us.”

These feedback aggravated Wrexham followers, who confirmed their disapproval on social media. The supporters of the Nationwide League facet took to twitter to provide their ideas on Sharp.

Sheffield United will welcome Premier League giants, Tottenham Hotspur on 1st March and Sharp will likely be hoping he doesn’t obtain the identical degree of backlash from Spurs followers.

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