You've got me to review the ratings and comments left on the back of Tuesday's nonsense. We were left a total of 427 comments on player performances, a season high so thanks to those who took part - we really appreciate that and the support that gives to our content.
Kyril Louis-Dreyfus did the normal thing that rich folk do and visited Shrewsbury on a freezing cold Tuesday evening to watch Sunderland surrender more points in pathetic fashion.
A couple of days ago, Sunderland ran out 3-0 winners against MK Dons in the quarter-final of the EFL Trophy. Yesterday in the league, in this unbearable, darned league that we have spent more years than we ever dreamed of trying to escape; We ended up drawing 2-2, bloody hell.
After a comfortable pizza trophy win against MK Dons, the Lads couldn't replicate the result when it mattered most.
Do I need a tin hat for this one?
After watching Sunderland Till I Die, it reminded me that once upon a time I thought it was a good idea to reword the theme tune for the Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Colin Todd first played for Sunderland in 1966 after developing through our famous youth academy in the early 60s.
Charlie Wyke didn't take long to open his account for Sunderland and in doing so gave us an excuse for another quiz.
They say lightning doesn’t strike twice. But lightning’s got nothing on Lee Cattermole.
One man who has come out of the club's recent demise smelling of roses this season, more so than anyone else, is Bryan Oviedo. The 'full back' has been instrumental in both home wins, setting up three of the five goals that have been scored in front of the home crowd.