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December 15, 2019

Phil Parkinson sent his assistant, Steve Parkin, to face the press following our draw against Blackpool. Parkin said: “I am disappointed with the first four minutes, but we had a good reaction to conceding a goal. Body language is important, reactions are important and I am glad they took it on board today. If you go behind you need to see a reaction and we saw that. They didn’t let their...

December 14, 2019

After last week's terrible display can we hope for an improvement? Well, let's just say that I'm not at all confident about that. Whatever the truth about McGeadygate, we'll be losing someone who on his day is one of our best performers and we badly need a bit of flair. If it was a training-ground incident, surely a manager is supposed to manage such events. It's also rumoured that we nee...

December 14, 2019

Sunderland's response to the return of former gaffer Simon Grayson was a display that had a bit more organisation than of late, but still lacking enough of a cutting edge to win. Too much passing sideways- and more importantly backwards, meant that we didn't get the ball forward nearly quickly enough. To be honest, even a narrow victory wouldn't have been enough to turn the majority of th...

December 14, 2019

Phil Parkinson's Sunderland drew 1 – 1 with Simon Grayson's Blackpool in a rank game of football in a bitterly cold SOL where two of Sunderland's most maligned managers of recent times went head to head. Grayson's side took the lead after three minutes when Matthew Virtue beat Jon McLaughlin with a stunning strike which was cancelled out before the break by Charlie Wyke's volley. Sunderla...

December 13, 2019

The player labelled a model professional last season by Jack Ross, Aiden McGeady, the star man who played matches with a broken foot to help the cause is now surplus to requirements because of alleged misdemeanours behind the scenes.

Like most fans I haven’t a scooby as to what McGeady has done to find himself basically chucked out of SAFC, but what I do know is that the alleged cliques an...

December 12, 2019

When is happy meal not a happy meal? When it is difficult to digest! On a personal level I am hoping this week’s episode v Blackpool is the start of change, it has been apparent to me for a long time the culture within the club is toxic and this goes back many years. We have had glimpses of better times under Poyet and Allardyce, but in essence, the tail had wagged the dog for too long at...

December 12, 2019

It seems that Aiden McGeady has played his last game for Sunderland after been told to find a new club in January. Phil Parkinson said: “We have spoken to Aiden about January and moving on, we feel it’s fair to tell him now, to sort something out. It gives me the opportunity to concentrate on the team going forward. I feel it’s the best decision for the team going forward. It is not one p...

December 11, 2019

Sunderland really are paying the price for one poor decision after another. It seemed to start with Short, largely absent and surprising given his seemingly adept business acumen placed his trust and money in the wrong people who safe to say let him down wasting money on players with no interest in Sunderland, or its people, or fans.

Moyes despite his mundane manner and buying time with hi...

December 10, 2019

It’s only a week since I wrote a piece explaining the urgent need for a director of football to take charge of the football side of the club. But a week is a long time in football.

We’ve played a game for a start and that’s almost always enough to raise the hackles of every Sunderland fan, especially when we play a team who were sitting in the middle of the lower half and struggle to score...

December 10, 2019

The season of goodwill is now upon us all, but the season of absolute heartache has truly been around us since mid-August.

Many argued that Jack Ross should still be at the helm at the club. I stand by this. This is not based on the absolute car crash of an introduction of Phil Parkinson. Jack Ross was a breath of fresh air, a young upcoming manager with the whole world at his feet.

Granted...

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