I think we’re all feeling a bit tense about tonight, so to distract and lighten the mood a little – let’s delve into the past and look back on a trio of former SAFC and West Brom players. I fancy throwing a few less obvious ones at you…
Well, another game to claw our way out of trouble. Thing is, it’s against Manchester United. Speaking of the Red Devils, we’ve had a fair few of their players haven’t we? Anyway, here are some that I think stand out!
To keep our minds from thinking just how important tomorrow is – here are four players that spent a bit of time on Wearside with SAFC and Cardiff, not all with great success!
Well here we are again, seems like it’s been a while since we played on a weekend and who better than to face one of our former bogey teams, Everton. Last season, some Italian somehow got us to beat them (I still don’t know how) and eradicate the inevitable defeats that normally follow whenever we play the Merseyside club, it doesn’t help that they have been on fire lately. This weekend it’s only three for you, only three really stood out to me if I’m perfectly honest with you, so, without further or do, here’s your former three players!
Bored of reading about how awful we are and how relegation is looming? Me too, so I think it’s a good time to open the history books a little and read about a glorious name in SAFC’s prestigious history. Arthur Wright.
Our season is looking bleak. We’re at the edge of a cliff looking down at a drop into the Championship and the fixtures we are facing do not exactly instil confidence. To Tottenham for the first of those tough away games, against a side which are having an up and down sort of run with Tim Sherwood at the helm. So here are some of the players that have featured for both sides with a few names that will be sure to raise an eyebrow or two.
Whether they are young guns or experienced players, clubs have the odd flop – Bebe at Manchester United immediately springs to mind as I write this. So as we head into another critical game, here are the players that came in and, well, didn’t exactly fire on all cylinders during their time here and at West Ham.
That time of the week again and this week, it’s looking at the lads that have recently played for us and Norwich. No ‘Hollywood’ names in this one I feel but enough to conjure a list that will make the memory bank tick once more!
So after a wonderful run in both League and FA Cup has come to an end, now the focus returns the main objective; survive relegation at all costs. This week we will take a look at the five players that have an international background as well as playing for both SAFC and Crystal Palace. First up…
With the Capital One cup final drawing ever closer, as well as our Premier League game tomorrow, we thought we would bring the best of both worlds with the winners of League Cups or related (you’ll see why) that have played for both Sunderland and Arsenal. Just to add that bit of excitement for you before Wembley way is full of fans, punters and of course, cheesy chips!