This morning we asked you to complete the arduous task of reviewing the performances of a bunch of heartless bottlers. Thankfully, you obliged and here are the results!
Another evening at the Stadium of Light filled with what we've seen too much of this season. Lack of fight. Lack of talent.
2200 fans braved the treacherous conditions to get to the New Den, home of Neil Harris' Millwall. After a goalkeeping horror show at the Stadium of Light earlier this season against the Lions, Sunderland has failed to improve the quality of goalkeepers at their disposal.
A day on and yesterday's point feels no more of an achievement. What about the player performances?
Objectively a canny point, subjectively there are no such thing as canny points when all you need are wins. Jason Steele was the surprise performance given that he wasn't abysmal. What did you make of it?
There was nothing pretty about the point earned at Molineux, but it's a point we were not expected to nick so who cares about that. Who'd have thought Sunderland were to be the first team to stop Wolves from scoring at home? Time to rate the players!
Sunderland travelled to the Pirelli Stadium where Chris Coleman would take charge of the Wearsiders for the second time, after his 2-1 loss at Villa Park midweek.
Chris Coleman's first game in charge ended like his previous six predecessors - in defeat. However, the game felt better and considering the state of the midfielders we had to select from, defeat against one of the league's more accomplished sides was the most likely outcome. Time to rate the players.
It's not often that I feel Sunderland deserved three points. But on the day we broke the record for being the worst English league home side ever, we did deserve it. But for some awful goalkeeping, we might have won, though admittedly we were given a helping hand too by Millwall's keeper. Time to rate the players in the final performance before Chris Coleman's take over.
Robbie Stockdale and Billy McKinlay took the reins for the Sunday dinnertime clash at the Riverside on Sunday, following Simon Grayson’s dismissal on Tuesday night.