Simon Rowbotham discusses Sunderland’s decision to part ways with Paolo Di Canio.
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James Hunt looks at one of the less publicised deadline day moves, where Sunderland sold to league rivals West Brom.
Jordan Henderson is the last man standing. Of the three expensive – see: overpriced – Englishmen brought in by Kenny Dalglish, gone are Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing. Of this North Eastern triumvirate, it is the boy from Sunderland who remains. Many balked at the fee when Liverpool paid £16m – potentially rising to £20m […]
James Hunt discusses Crystal Palace hero Kevin Phillips, who on the fourth time of trying finally conquered the play-off final.
It’s the last weekend of Premier League action and the Bet Adviser focuses on the race for the last Champions League spot.
Pavan Mano takes a lighthearted look at what Paolo di Canio must have been thinking during the Tyne-Wear derby as his side fired three goals past Newcastle.
James Bayley discusses the prospects for those battling relegation from the Premier League.
Iain Swan weighs in with his thoughts on Sunderland’s managerial appointment.
The Paolo Di Canio era at Sunderland gets underway today, and James Benwell talks about the Italian from first hand experience.
James Hunt looks at Sunderland’s choice to succeed Martin O’Neill.