Yep, more revelations here on WAW - who'd have thought it? The new Sunderland manager has not been determined, but a clear shortlist has been drawn with an even clearer view of what is required.
It was 30 years of hurt when Baddiel and Skinner first got us believing football was coming home. Today, that number stands at 52 years since England won the World Cup on home soil.
Subject to EFL sanctioning, Stewart Donald is here to stay and has no plans to make a quick quid on Sunderland should things start well.
I can count on one hand the number of Sunderland players I'd be happy to see take to the pitch come
Wolves were on their holidays, there's no doubt about that. But usually a Wolves side on their holidays would trounce the worst Sunderland side that has ever existed.
It's been a fair few months since I've looked forward to a game at the Stadium of Light.
Surely Martin Bain's disastrous tenure as chief executive of Sunderland is in its death throes. It's
Sunderland now have the unwanted record of suffering relegation in two successive seasons after they were relegated from the English Premier League last year and now of the Championship table.
What seems like a lifetime ago when Chris Coleman was appointed Sunderland manager I wrote about Coleman’s performance at some of his previous clubs.
Chris Coleman’s men would travel to Craven Cottage, home of promotion chasing Fulham, for the penultimate game of a disastrous season. This would prove to be Cookie’s last game in charge of the Black Cats as he was dismissed on Sunday morning following Ellis Short’s sale of the club.