Time to get sexy everyone, a brand new issue of A Love Supreme is available now, so get yourself off your arse and get one.
Inside this month there's a wealth of great articles, including of course a look back at our opening to the season. There's also the misfortunes of two writers who attempt to watch a match in every round of the FA Cup, plus a feature on Willie Watson who played for Sunderland as well as England in both football and cricket. What's more there's also expert opinion on Mavrias, Ki and Celustka and our own column.
If you're still for some reason sitting on the fence then there's also a chat with former Sunderland defender Danny Higginbotham. Here's the jug-eared jugador (sorta works) on strict managers such as Paolo Di Canio and Roy Keane under whom he played;
Management-wise, that's not something as a player myself that I would appreciate. I want to be smiling in training and enjoying myself. At the end of the day, football is a very high pressure game, so I'd be thinking during the week when I'm training, as long as I'm working hard on the training ground and doing my job, I want to be able to have a laugh and a joke with the lads in the dressing room, I want to be able to have a bit of ketchup on my dinner. Banning those things doesn't get the best out of players.
And you can read the rest of what proves to be a very entertaining tale in the actual magazine it'self. Get a copy from any local newsagents worth it's salt for just £2.50. Buy a copy ONLINE HERE or check out the DIGITAL VERSION. You'll also see plenty of sellers dotted around the Stadium of Light on Saturday who will happily take your money.