Here’s a bite size rundown of what’s in the new ALS released on Saturday v Brentford
Editorial: Sobs gives us his latest musings on all things SAFC.
Exclusive George Honeyman interview: The Sunderland midfielder talks about coming through the ranks, trying to impress a number of new managers and reveals who has the worst music taste and dress sense!
Past The Point Of No Return: Luke Hakin finally loses all faith with the lads following a miserable afternoon in South Wales.
FTM: Francis Todd Malone laments the lads poor start to 2018
Lee Howey, Lee Howey, Lee Howey: The man with the unsavoury gentleman for a brother reflects on his time with the lads and how he would have dealt with the even more unsavoury, Jack Rodwell.
Red And White Army Progress Report: We check in with the Red and White Army and receive an update on recent developments, as well as future aims.
Stephen Elliott Interview: We catch up with fan favourite, Sleeves and talk about that goal against the mags, how he would sell the club to investors and much more.
Leigh Roose, A Maverick and Hero: History enthusiast, James Copley profiles a forgotten Sunderland legend and playboy, Leigh Roose.
And number one is Gary Rowell: Gary discusses the impact of young players, Josh Maja, Ethan Robson and Joel Asoro and compares it to his own time at the club.
ALS Merch: If you don’t buy our stuff you’re a Mag.
The Loanstar State: Chris Weatherspoon talks about our recent loan signings and those of years gone by.
Let The Healing Begin: Connor Bromley insists that Chris Coleman is the man to heal our weary souls.
South American X1: John Laking selects his team of South American’s who have donned the famous red and white stripes-spoiler alert…some of the names are terrifying!
Careful What You Wish For: Sobs fears that the departure of Ellis Short would not spell the end of our troubles.
Playing The Markets, Sunderland And Transfers: John Laking looks backs on our transfer business from the mid 90’s right up to the present day.
League One? No Thanks: Matthew Keeling takes us down a rabbit hole we would all rather not even contemplate.
My SAFC, The Fan Files: Young Charlie from Halifax talks us through his obsession with the lads.
Football Or Chicken Feed:
Sobs talks to Wayne Entwhistle, who just happens to hold an obscure record.
The Number 53: Chris Thompson on players who have adorned obscure squad numbers whilst on Wearside.
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