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Editorial: Haway man Lads, let’s see a bit of fight!

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Fan Letters: “Kyril Louis Dreyfus needs to change the plan or sell the club”

Thoughts on the club’s direction of travel dominate the agenda today, with unrest seemingly growing towards Dreyfus and Kristjaan Speakman. Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

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Sunderland are repeating past mistakes with their mismanagement of Jobe

Is it time to give Jobe a rest?

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A tough few months

"Should we be surprised at what we are currently seeing? Probably not if we think about the series of poor decisions made in the last nine months or so," writes Dave Holloway.

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2 Up, 2 Down: Were there any positives at all to take from Sunderland’s performance vs Norwich?

It was a fourth loss in a row for the Lads as Josh Sargent’s goal made the difference at Carrow Road. What were the negatives and positives (if any) to take from the game?

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Lasses Preview: Can Sunderland continue their promotion push against Southampton?

The Lasses face the Saints this afternoon with just one point between them, and win for either side will make all the difference in the race for promotion!

On This Day (3rd March 1956): It’s derby day - and Sunderland come out on top in the big clash!

68 years ago today, Sunderland ended their biggest rivals’ cup defence in fine style…

Matchday Musings: Sunderland lose four on the bounce as horrendous form continues

Less musing, more ranting. That was utterly shite today in the second half. Not good enough.

Andy’s Player Ratings: Norwich 1-0 Sunderland - Woeful from Mackems on the road

Sunderland were nowhere near good enough and deservedly lost away at a Norwich side who were there for the taking if we’d even tried to get at them. Here’s how Andy rated the Lads

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Starting XI: We’re predicting two changes for Sunderland’s game at Norwich today!

Is this the team that will start at Carrow Road?

On This Day (2nd March 2013): Sessegnon rescues point for O’Neill’s Sunderland!

Let’s talk about Sess, baby...

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Score Predictions: Norwich v SAFC

Ahead of what’s sure to be a tough trip to Carrow Road, our writers have their say on how the Lads will do against the in-form Canaries

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Match Preview: Sunderland begin tough run of fixtures at Carrow Road

With the Lads in a poor run of form on the road and Norwich City looking strong on their own patch, it could be a tough afternoon in Norfolk - here’s all the build-up ahead of kick-off.

Andy’s Player Ratings: Sunderland u21 1-1 Brighton u21 - Richardson rescues point with penna save

Adam Richardson made a great save from the penalty spot to earn the under-21s a share of the spoils

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Chairmen of the board: Sunderland head honchos from Cowie to Dreyfus

As opinions fly as to who needs to shoulder responsibility for a tough season, Mark Roberts has his say on who the buck stops with at the Stadium of Light

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Corry Evans is back in training, and that’s great news for Sunderland!

After thirteen months out injured, Evans is finally closing in on a return to first team action. How significant is this for the team and the wider squad?

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Fan Letters: “Can Sunderland find alternatives in the absence of Jack Clarke?”

Thoughts on who Mike Dodds could turn to on the left wing and the ideal characteristics of our new head coach are in the RR mailbox today! Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

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On This Day (1 Mar 1986): Dibble debut ends in disaster as Sunderland lose again

The Lawrie McMenemy era wasn’t going to plan, and as a new signing made his first appearance for the Lads, it wasn’t one he’d remember fondly

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Fan Focus: Norwich fan Adam says Danny Batth might’ve been a panic buy!

Ahead of Sunderland’s trip to Carrow Road, we spoke to Norwich fan Adam Harvey of The Pink Un to discuss their great run under David Wagner. Who should we be wary of?

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Jack Clarke’s injury is a massive blow for Sunderland, but others now need to step up!

Clarke’s ankle ligament injury that leaves him on the sidelines for six weeks is a massive blow, writes Finlay Anderson on the news of the winger’s injury

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On This Day (29th February 1964): FA Cup chaos between Sunderland and Manchester United!

Sixty years ago, the Lads and Manchester United entered into an unlikely rivalry which led to three FA Cup matches in 1964! Do you remember the games?

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How many points will Sunderland pick up from their next three games?

With three tough games to come and Jack Clarke ruled out for six weeks, how many points can we realistically target from Norwich, Leicester and Southampton?

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Sunderland can’t afford to follow a flawed process in their search for a new head coach

"As we search for a permanent successor to Michael Beale, the mistakes that led to his appointment simply have to be learned from and not repeated," writes Phil West

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On This Day (28th Feb 1989): Missed penalties and wonder goals in Ewood Park deluge!

Rain that would’ve scared Noah was the backdrop to this feisty affair at Blackburn. Three penalties and a Marco Gabbiadini wonder goal lit up this mudbath of a contest!

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Fan Letters: “It felt like a natural ending for Tony Mowbray at Sunderland”

Thoughts on Mogga’s final games in charge of Sunderland, the five-year Stadium of Light plan and our defensive shape against Swansea are in the RR mailbox today! Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

On This Day (27th February 1999): Turn on and tune in, but only once you’ve paid up

Sunderland were involved in a TV first 25 years ago, but fans had to stump up for the privilege…

Talking Tactics: 3-4-3 Blind Mice scared stiff by the Swans

Mike Dodds took the mantle of Head Coach for the second time this season — how did he fall foul to overthinking as Sunderland lost three in a row?

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With a huge game to come against Southampton, let’s give the Lasses maximum support!

Table-topping Sunderland Women take on Southampton in their next league game, and as Charlotte Patterson writes, the stakes are high and your support is invaluable!

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Sunderland’s ‘model’ will be tested severely during the summer

With the futures of several key players possibly up in the air, we’ll find out how well-placed we are to progress when the transfer window opens, writes Paddy Hollis

#JusticeForHemir: What’s going on with Sunderland’s strikers this season? 

Milo Challis looks at Sunderland’s struggles to find a consistent goalscorer - what can we do to fix it?

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Will Mike Dodds persist with Sunderland’s experiment with a back five?

The change in formation left us exposed against Swansea on Saturday, but could we eventually master it with time? We asked our writers for their thoughts

Sunderland’s final fixture run-in looks tough, but can they build some consistency?

"As their season reaches its climax, can Mike Dodds find some consistency for a late push towards the top six?", asks Finlay Anderson.

Editorial: Just another week in the history of Sunderland AFC

It’s been some week, even for Sunderland AFC, and this time even the football couldn’t save us.

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Fan Letters: “Sunderland’s flirtation with a back five against Swansea was disastrous!”

Saturday’s defeat to the Swans dominates the agenda today, with thoughts on our tactical approach, work rate, and questionable individual performances. Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

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Sunderland season tickets for 2024/2025 are going to be a very hard sell

After a challenging season and with uncertainty hanging over the futures of many players, Phil West muses on whether there’ll be the same willingness to renew ahead of next season

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