Tag Archives: Sheffield United

December’s Loan Watch 2012-13: John Cofie At Sheffield United

By Daryl Hornby (Sheffield United supporter) Sheffield United 2-1 Port Vale – 01/12/2012 Sheffield United miraculously turned this FA Cup game on its head as they went into injury time a goal down, only to emerge victorious with two goals from Shaun Miller in injury time sending them into the hat for the third round. [...]

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November’s Loan Watch 2012-13: John Cofie At Sheffield United

By Daryl Hornby (Sheffield United supporter) During the six games played in November, John Cofie made just one appearance in his loan spell at Sheffield United. It was during a convincing 4-1 home win against fellow promotion hopefuls Stevenage, where he was brought on in the 89th minute to replace two goal hero Shaun Miller. Sadly, [...]

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October’s Loan Watch 2012-13: John Cofie At Sheffield United

By Daryl Hornby (Sheffield United supporter) Hartlepool United 1-2 Sheffield United – 02/10/2012 Sheffield United travelled to Victoria Park on this wet and windy Tuesday night looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the season against a Hartlepool side who had won just one of their opening nine games in League One. Manager Danny Wilson [...]

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September’s Loan Watch 2012-13: John Cofie At Sheffield United

By Daryl Hornby (Sheffield United supporter) Sheffield United 5-3 Bournemouth – 01/09/2012 Sheffield United and Bournemouth played out an absolute goal fest at Bramall Lane, where John Cofie started once again for the Blades and got his name on the scoresheet for the second consecutive game. He was pretty anonymous in the early stages of [...]

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August’s Loan Watch 2012-13: John Cofie At Sheffield United

By Daryl Hornby (Sheffield United supporter) Sheffield United 1-0 Shrewsbury Town – 18/08/2012 John Cofie made his English league debut for Sheffield United against newly promoted Shrewsbury Town, alongside new strike partner Nick Blackman. Unfortunately, he was quite ineffective in a game where United had more possession but the visitors had the much better chances.  [...]

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