The Blades latest laughable attempt to disguise the fact that they were simply not good enough to stay in the Premiership involves them seeking 'substantial damages', believed to be between £30-50 million, from the High Court.
A member of Sheffiled United's legal team told SkySportsNews, ""After careful consideration and discussion with our legal advisors, Sheffield United are today initiating legal proceedings against West Ham United to seek substantial compensation for our relegation from the Premier League.
"West Ham have admitted to lying to the Premier League in order to secure the registration of Javier Mascherano and Carlos Tevez, which is also a breach of West Ham's contract with all members of the Premier League, including Sheffield United.
"This action is distinct from the arbitration proceedings between the club and the Premier League during the close season.
"We have always said that we will do everything in our power to secure justice for Sheffield United and help it restore integrity for the reputation of English football which has been tarnished by this affair."
Quite why United and McCabe are continuing to pursue a cause lost a long time ago is clearly causing his club a lot of embarrassment.
One 'Mad' Blades poster's view is particularly clear, "he's just going to get laughed out of court....AGAIN. This only serves to distract the blades from the job in hand."
As you were then Kev'….!