So Who Will Be Porterfield?

What do you want your club to achieve as a fan? An occasional win against one of the big boys, another win against the Scum, a top half finish, winning the league, a European place, survival or a trip to Wembley and a cup win? [More]

We Will All be on Wembley Way

When Vito Mannone saved Rafael Da Silva’s penalty at Old Trafford last month, my mind jumped into warp speed; “we’re going to Wembley! Are SAFC really going to Wembley? When is it?” Since Gus Poyet arrived on Wearside has almost been nothing but positive; players performances - positive, mental attitude in games - positive, cup runs - positive. [More]

The Proper Wembley Guide Part 2

Here are a couple of other guides for SAFC fans heading to Wembley depending on how you get there. This time we cover driving down, getting the coach and the train from Wearside. If you’re going down on Saturday you should be reading Part 1. [More]

Leeds 1973 - Manchester City 2014: Nothing Is Impossible

The best thing Gus Poyet can do to show his players how much Sunday means to the people of Sunderland is to play back the DVD of the 1973 Cup Final on Sunday morning. I assume managers have probably done so in the past before big games in an effort to bring the players to our level, and some may have failed when it came to the big occasion, but I sense that the current group of players might respond well to it, knowing in hindsight what their potential achievements can bring to their lives and their status within the world of football. [More]

The Proper Wembley Guide Part 1

The Wearside invasion of London is getting closer and to try and make it easier I thought I would use some of my experience in London following The Lads to give you some ideas and help for the day. Part 1 will look at those who are staying down for the weekend. [More]

Dare to D:Ream - Interview with Band Member Al Mackenzie On SAFC Campaign

The campaign is flying high and currently ‘Things Can Only Get Better’ sits in the top 40 on iTunes and top 20 on Amazon (correct at the time of publishing). D:Ream, the band behind the former UK number one, have caught wind of this and DJ/Producer/Vocalist Alan Mackenzie kindly took the time to answer a few questions for We Are Wearside. [More]