Like all of our games from now until the end of the season – this game is huge. Lose and we pile even more pressure onto our tepid home form, win and the light might just be within reach. So how should we approach tomorrow’s game? Here are three tactical aspects I think could get SAFC three points at Carrow Road…
Whilst pondering over which subject I’d choose to discuss in this week’s article I came across an interesting piece done by the Journal with Wes Brown.
If Danny Boyle was looking to add a further film to his 28 days and 28 weeks later franchise then he should look no further than the story at the Stadium of Light this season.
The frank, fraught and frightfully real deficiencies exposed on Saturday should be no stranger to any SAFC fan. I speak specifically regarding the last two decades or so but I know those who could speak for the last five or six or more would probably feel that nothing has changed.
If it wasn't ominous before, it certainly is after SAFC squandered yet another 6-pointer with an inept performance against a team that looked relegation certainties before Tony Pulis, who since has them battling hard.
The Premier League is back for SAFC and we’ve taken the opportunity to try and predict what will happen today. We’re not an optimistic bunch with only one predicting a home win…good thing we’re usually wrong!
Today was crucial in terms of whether or not we stay in this league. Sadly for us we just weren't able to win a home game against a side down there with us - again.
The aftermath of the game on Sunday is slowly writing itself in to the annals of Sunderland infamy.
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…
The cornerstone for the survival of any club in the Premier League, year on year, is the form that they show at home. Unless you’re a side on the cusp of the top six elite it’s likely that your away form is largely patchy, with wins and draws here and there but never really stringing together a consistent set of results.
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