2001–02 Sheffield United F.C. season

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Sheffield United
2001–02 season
Chairman Derek Dooley
Manager Neil Warnock
Stadium Bramall Lane
First Division 13th
FA Cup Fourth round
League Cup Second round
Top goalscorer League:
Asaba (7)[1]
All:
Asaba (7)
Average home league attendance 18,020

During the 2001–02 English football season, Sheffield United competed in the Football League First Division.

Final league table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L F A W D L F A F A GD Pts
1 Manchester City 46 19 3 1 63 19 12 3 8 45 33 108 52 +56 99
2 West Bromwich Albion 46 15 4 4 36 11 12 4 7 25 18 61 29 +32 89
3 Wolverhampton Wanderers 46 13 4 6 33 18 12 7 4 43 25 76 43 +33 86
4 Millwall 46 15 3 5 43 22 7 8 8 26 26 69 48 +21 77
5 Birmingham City 46 14 4 5 44 20 7 9 7 26 29 70 49 +21 76
6 Norwich City 46 15 6 2 36 16 7 3 13 24 35 60 51 +9 75
7 Burnley 46 11 7 5 39 29 10 5 8 31 33 70 62 +8 75
8 Preston North End 46 13 7 3 45 21 7 5 11 26 38 71 59 +12 72
9 Wimbledon 46 9 8 6 30 22 9 5 9 33 35 63 57 +6 67
10 Crystal Palace 46 13 3 7 42 22 7 3 13 28 40 70 62 +8 66
11 Coventry City 46 12 4 7 33 19 8 2 13 26 34 59 53 +6 66
12 Gillingham 46 12 5 6 38 26 6 5 12 26 41 64 67 –3 64
13 Sheffield United 46 8 8 7 34 30 7 7 9 19 24 53 54 –1 60
14 Watford 46 10 5 8 38 30 6 6 11 24 26 62 56 +6 59
15 Bradford City 46 10 1 12 41 39 5 9 9 28 37 69 76 –7 55
16 Nottingham Forest 46 7 11 5 26 21 5 7 11 24 30 50 51 –1 54
17 Portsmouth 46 9 6 8 36 31 4 8 11 24 41 60 72 –12 53
18 Walsall 46 10 6 7 29 27 3 6 14 22 44 51 71 –20 51
19 Grimsby Town 46 9 7 7 34 28 3 7 13 16 44 50 72 –22 50
20 Sheffield Wednesday 46 6 7 10 28 37 6 7 10 21 34 49 71 –22 50
21 Rotherham United 46 7 13 3 32 29 3 6 14 20 37 52 66 –14 49
22 Crewe Alexandra 46 8 8 7 23 32 4 5 14 24 44 47 76 –29 49
23 Barnsley 46 9 9 5 37 33 2 6 15 22 53 59 86 –27 48
24 Stockport County 46 5 1 17 19 44 1 7 15 23 58 42 102 –60 26
  • Pld = Matches ; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
  • NB: In the Football League goals scored (F) takes precedence over goal difference (GD).
Key
Football League Champions, promoted to FA Premier League
Promoted to FA Premier League
Participated in play-offs
Promoted to Premier League through play-offs
Relegated

Results[edit]

Sheffield United's score comes first[2]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

Football League First Division[edit]

FA Cup[edit]

Main article: 2001–02 FA Cup

League Cup[edit]

Squad[edit]

Squad at end of season[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 England GK Simon Tracey
2 England DF Rob Kozluk
3 England DF Shane Nicholson
4 England DF Lee Sandford
5 Australia DF Shaun Murphy
6 England DF Keith Curle
7 England MF Michael Brown
8 Canada FW Paul Peschisolido
9 England FW Carl Asaba
10 England MF Paul Devlin
11 England MF Bobby Ford
12 France FW Laurent D'Jaffo
13 Netherlands GK Wilko de Vogt
14 France MF Georges Santos
15 England DF Ben Doane
16 Zimbabwe FW Peter Ndlovu
17 England DF Phil Jagielka
18 England FW Steve Lovell (on loan from Portsmouth)
No. Position Player
19 Cameroon FW Patrick Suffo
20 France MF Jean-Philippe Javary
21 England MF Adam Burley
22 England MF Nick Montgomery
23 England DF Rob Ullathorne
24 Netherlands DF Gus Uhlenbeek
25 England FW Tyrone Thompson
26 England MF Michael Tonge
28 Scotland MF Grant Smith
29 England FW Mark Ward
30 England MF Lee Thompson
31 Republic of Ireland MF Colin Cryan
32 Wales DF Robert Page
33 France DF Benoît Croissant
34 England FW Ryan Mallon
35 England GK Kevin Blackwell
36 England FW Lewis Killeen

Left club during season[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
18 Belgium DF Davy Gysbrechts
18 England FW Paul Furlong (on loan from Birmingham City)
20 Northern Ireland FW Andy Smith
No. Position Player
23 Republic of Ireland DF Terry Phelan
27 Cameroon MF Buba Yohanna
35 England FW Adrian Littlejohn

References[edit]