Golden Graham returns to football?!
The man who has retired twice, Hornets legend, former England boss and all-round good-guy-cum-pundit, Graham Taylor may be on the verge of a sensational return to football.
Dream ticket Taylor left Watford for good in 2002 after two successful spells at the club which saw promotion from the Fourth to First Division, European Football and an F.A Cup Final appearance may be on his way to Sheffield United.
Blades owner, Kevin McCabe has today told to the Daily MailHe'd be top of my list,' McCabe told the Daily Mail. 'He'd be diplomatic, he wouldn't step on toes and he has great knowledge.
'We're looking for a younger Sir Bobby Robson.'
Taylor joined Aston Villa for an unsuccessful season having 'retired` at the end of the 2001-2002 season and has since enjoyed summarising and co-commentary roles for BBC FiveLive Sport.
Kevin Blackwell has only just arrived at Sheffield United and no-wins thus far has been a disappointing return. The arrival of Taylor may well galvanise a United side punching well below there weight.
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