I can’t be the only one who’s played the anthem to the Champions League and closed their eyes thinking about how it would feel for Sunderland to be playing in the final, probably against Barcelona or Bayern Munich and going on to watch us win the trophy.
Very Specific Predictions - result, goal-scorers and minutes of goals, yellow cards...
Sunderland head to Wembley for the third time in three years with the hope of actually winning a game at the national stadium. First it was Pompey who spoiled the party and then it was Charlton, scoring the winner in injury time to ensure a second season in League One for Sunderland.
Sunderland head to Fratton Park on Tuesday night for yet another fixture of the rivalry which isn’t really a rivalry. Pompey are in crisis and Sunderland are on a barnstorming run of form, who’s going to come away with all the points in the race for promotion?
Sunderland host Rochdale on Wearside this afternoon following their 1-0 win against Swindon on Tuesday. Can Lee Johnson’s side continue their excellent run of form against the Greater Manchester club?
If you’d bet on Sunderland in every game this season, would you be in profit?
In this the oddest of football seasons, some odd looking things pop up from time to time. Sunderland are often one of the oddest clubs around too. And that’s coming from a fan.
It’s a little over three weeks since Sunderland managed to overcome a competent Shrewsbury side by a single goal. After two games with very different outcomes in the cup and the league against MK Dons, can the Black Cats hope to record a similarly positive result?
Death, taxes and Thanos are inevitable and so was Gillingham’s late equaliser as Sunderland continued their poor run of form at home.
Yesterday, Sunderland were arguably quite fortunate to come away with a point against an inspired Gillingham side, managed by the feisty Steve Evans.