Andy Crosby has revealed how Nigel Adkins will make Sheffield United a force to be reckoned with in League One next term, writes James Shield.
Adkins is targeting the fifth promotion on his managerial CV after taking charge at Bramall Lane last month.
Crosby, who was appointed as the 50-year-old assistant as part of a reshuffle which also saw Dean Wilkins arrive as first team coach, said: “The laundry lady, the tea lady, all the way up to the owner. One of the things Nigel is good at is getting everyone together on the same page.”
Crosby has previously worked with Adkins at Scunthorpe, Southampton and Reading.
“We can’t do it as a three or as a football staff,” he added. “If you want to be successful, it stems from the club as a whole.
“Nigel recognises that and makes sure everybody else does too.”
Meanwhile, United have unveiled their matchday pricing structure for the 2015/16 campaign.
The most expensive advance purchase adult ticket is £27 for a category A fixture in the South Stand or John Street Enclosure.
Under-18’s can attend category B games for as little as £8 while all tickets bought ‘on the day’ are subject to a £2 tarrif.
A range of membership packages, which include a free scheme for juniors, have also been released ahead of United’s visit to Gillingham on Saturday 8 August.