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Sunderland

It would send the wrong message to allow Adam Johnson back into football

After serving three years in prison, former Sunderland and England winger Adam Johnson has been released. Still only 31, Johnson may still be able to return to play football but the moral argument remains over whether he should be allowed… Continue Reading →

Without the fans Sunderland are nothing

Netflix’s Sunderland til I die series, following the fall and fall of the Sunderland Football Club, is with doubt the most incredible sports documentary I have seen in some time. After their relegation from the Premier League, we follow Sunderland… Continue Reading →

Sunderland are a gamble for Coleman but the long shots pay off the biggest

There was a lot of head scratching when the news broke that Chris Coleman had resigned as Wales manager to take the hot seat at struggling Sunderland. Sunderland are going nowhere fast and breaking all the wrong records. Their 2-2… Continue Reading →

Jordan Pickford is a great signing for Everton

In the awkward few weeks after the league season has ended and before any summer tournaments have begun, fans are left with new signings to pretend to be outraged about. There is a new unspoken rule that all players must… Continue Reading →

England can’t rely on Vardy, Arsenal Injury Crisis, Sunderland won’t go down

England can’t bank on Vardy Jamie Vardy’s journey from non-league to Premier League record breaker has to be one of the best in English football for a long time. Whilst his exploits with Leicester have been phenomenal and I might add- richly… Continue Reading →

Short-term players on long-term contracts

It’s natural to ensure your best players are well paid to keep them happy and under a long contract to fend off the competition. The last thing you want is to lose a big name on a free. Manchester United’s… Continue Reading →

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