Not just Grabban & McGeady - Everton man is shining for Sunderland too

A lot of the praise might have landed at the feet of the likes of Lewis Grabban and Aiden McGeady in the last few weeks but for me, there is a player who seems to be getting maybe a little overlooked for some very solid performances in our encouraging start to the season. That man is Tyias Browning. [More]

Ethan's Report: Sunderland squeeze point from tricky Sheffield Wednesday trip

Sunderland travelled to Hillsborough with an unbeaten start to the their championship campaign. Simon Grayson named an unchanged side to that which defeated Norwich 3-1 on Sunday. Sunderland would face former Black Cats Keiren Westwood and fans favourite Ross Wallace as well as Steven Fletcher who started on the bench. [More]

Player Ratings: Battling performance against Sheff Wed but draw was all we were going to get

Sunderland's opening fixtures have been tough so to be unbeaten is a canny achievement for a side nobody really expected would trouble the top of the Championship. Yesterday's performance away to Sheff Wednesday was excellent up to a point, but the players really faded away in the second half to the extent a point was all we were ever going to get. Time for you to rate the players and you can do so by scrolling down. [More]

Sunderland to do a Southampton? It's the only way but it's a long way

In this transfer window we've once again seen ridiculous sums of money splashed about, particularly by big clubs, however we've now got clubs like Watford and Southampton spending upwards of £20m pounds on players. Clubs, which in an ideal world, we should be competing with. In this article I take a look at the drastic steps needed to change Sunderland's fortunes and once again become a decent Premier League side. [More]