Blades begin compensation case

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Sheffield United on Monday embarked on their final legal challenge over the Carlos Tevez affair in an effort to win compensation for being relegated a year ago.

The Blades have taken West Ham to an arbitration hearing and are seeking between £30million and £50million in compensation.

The Coca-Cola Championship club claim the Hammers are to blame for their relegation from the Premier League a year ago, and for playing Tevez, who they claim was ineligible.

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