Aston Villa Vs Sunderland: Prediction & Preview

By GMac88 Saturday, 30 November 2013 10:44 AM

Well, that whole Stoke malarkey didn't go to plan whatsoever. Time for a new plan and give ourselves a fighting chance of that illusive away victory. Next is Aston Villa in what should be an intriguing encounter.


Another Legend Villa Nicked

By MFBriggs Saturday, 30 November 2013 08:19 AM

This week proved difficult to conjure up with a topic for the history piece, but little did I know that it had been slapping me in the face for days, may be even weeks leading up to this fixture – Gavin McCann.


Sunderland Vs Aston Villa: Interview with The Villa Blog

By GMac88 Friday, 29 November 2013 12:40 PM

We visit Aston Villa on Saturday in yet another huge game. Well, let’s be honest, every game is massive when you’re bottom of the table. For some insight from the other side, Damian from Villa’s best blog site The Villa Blog (@thevillablog) kindly spent the time answer some questions on Sunderland, Paul Lambert and the match.


Sunderland Must Not Rely On Home Comforts

By GMac88 Wednesday, 27 November 2013 12:06 PM

There was something canny significant about Crystal Palace’s away victory with ten men which seemed to draw out our road to recovery to what feels a never ending length. I don’t necessarily think the result has made our survival any less palpable, perhaps it was better they did win, however seeing us slip back to the Premier League basement does hack away at the weary, old optimistic side of me. I hear a lot of people talk to me about how much easier we have things at home over the second half of the year which surely blind sights the difficulties we will face away from home.


Wes Dismissal Obscures Bigger Problems

By John_C Monday, 25 November 2013 09:53 AM

It is rather ironic that the difference between Stoke City and Sunderland at the Britannia Stadium was largely Charlie Adam. Yes it is true that his over-the-top reaction helped to convince referee Kevin Friend to send off Wes Brown unjustifiably. Perhaps he deserves to be described as a cheat or much worse. But he was also arguably man-of-the-match for the victors and all but illustrates the calibre of a player the Black Cats are sadly lacking.


Stoke City Vs Sunderland - Interview

By GMac88 Friday, 22 November 2013 02:35 PM

So the Britannia is next, a Stadium which hasn’t imposed it’s famed toughness on us in recent years. It is a huge game to help us keep up the momentum built in our two momentus recent home wins. It is also a big game for Stoke City and we were lucky to get a few moments of ESPN blogger James Whittaker’s time (@northstokie) to talk about Sunderland, Stoke, Mark Hughes, the relegation battle and of course the weekend’s match.


Kenwyne Jones - Caribbean King

By Andy_Mac Friday, 22 November 2013 12:47 PM

When writing this week’s historical piece there wasn't a shortage of players to choose from, Stoke have had a number of our former players in their ranks at one time or another. In the end though I have chosen to go for Kenwyne Jones, a player I both loved and hated in equal measure.


Stoke City Vs Sunderland: Preview

By GMac88 Thursday, 21 November 2013 10:50 AM

I think the international weekend was perfect timing, contrary to the belief it could have dampened the high of winning two massive home games. I’m sure the players selected went about their national team duties with much bigger smiles on their faces than the break in September whilst those left back at home continued to swat up on an information-heavy footballing philosophy. Preparation is key and we visit Stoke City who are a completely different prospect to the Stoke who have only scored once against us in the last four meetings.


Can Sunderland make Ki Sung Yeung a Permanent Signing?

By GMac88 Monday, 18 November 2013 04:56 PM

Sunderland tend not to turn loan deals into permanent ones, usually because the player is tosh or they play their way into the first team of their parent club via us. In fact, other than Ahmed Elmohammady, I am struggling to think of any players since our arrival back in the Premier League who have had their loan deal made permanent. Help me out if you can think of any!


The Five Positions Gus Poyet Needs to Fill

By GMac88 Saturday, 16 November 2013 05:44 PM

Gus Poyet has voiced concerns over our current squad’s ability to ensure Premier League survival and reports suggest as many as five new players could arrive during the January transfer window. Yes, transfer malarkey has started already and this summer’s busy antics aren’t about to let up. The number of players is not exactly surprising, but it speaks volumes when coupled with Poyet’s reluctance to play most of our summer recruits.


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