During the current break because of the Coronavirus pandemic, our club ambassador Tony Currie has taken the opportunity to send this message to all Blades supporters.
Firstly, I'd like to express that my thoughts, and the thoughts of everyone at Sheffield United, are with those who have been impacted directly by the virus during this difficult time. I know everyone is truly grateful to those working for the NHS on the frontline, and to those key workers who are providing the imperative services which we need during this period of instability.
As most will know, part of my role as club ambassador is being active in the community, visiting supporters, young and old, whether that be in care homes, hospitals and attending birthday parties.
Unfortunately because of the current circumstances I haven't been able to do this, but I do hope the many telephone conversations and video messages I have sent in recent weeks have raised a smile to some of our most vulnerable fans at this time.
As Sheffield United ambassador I am sending this message to wish you all good health. I would also like to reiterate the vital Government messages which we need to adhere to. It is so important that we continue to abide by these messages in an attempt to keep the country safe.
We, myself included, all miss watching our beloved team. We must remain patient though because those special times at Bramall Lane will be waiting for us again when this is all over. Let's all hope that the season can be completed, when safe to do so, and we can continue this wonderful chapter in this club's long and illustrious history.
Football will return, but for now we all have a role to play in keeping the country safe.
Stay at home, take care and follow the guidelines. We look forward to seeing you all again soon.