Gav, Martin and Chris assembled immediately after the Sheffield Wednesday match to discuss everything related to the Lads this week.
Sunderland’s last league meeting with Queens Park Rangers at the Stadium of Light was in 2017 - where are the players from that day now?
The BBC make a brainless decision, the FA are getting serious about protecting clubs’ heritage, and the Mags are cheesewashing...
When the Irish Black Cats assembled in Dublin airport at 4am on Saturday morning they could only have dreamed of how good their trip to the banks of the Avon would be...
Sunderland’s unbeaten run is over, and it ended in disappointing circumstances
In a match where the result didn’t matter a jot, Alex Neil was reminded that his squad is short on numbers - but there were some bright signs...
A much-changed Sunderland team exited the Carabao Cup after a sluggish performance against Sheffield Wednesday. What were the negatives and positives (if any) from our evening’s work?
It was one of the greatest Sunderland Premier League moments of all time - finally, we were back on the map!
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After failing to secure a deal for Nathan Broadhead, we still have a wealth of talented attackers at our disposal. We asked our panel if more firepower is needed
We’re out of the League Cup already, but is anyone really bothered? Eleven changes were made to Sunderland’s team, and we were poor as we lost 2-0 at Hillsborough. Here’s how Andy rated the Lads...
The Lads return to the scene of our late show in the play-off semi-final as we take on Sheffield Wednesday in the Carabao Cup.
Sunderland’s failed bid to join to the WSL caused an exodus of young talent from SAFC Women, and FA Young Player of the Year Jordan Nobbs got her dream move to Arsenal.
We return to The Owls’ gaff on a Wednesday night this week. Sunderland are in the (very) early automatic promotion spots after a ripper of a debut by new attacker Simms, and are unbeaten in 18. Will they will see off a team from League One?
After a good result and display from the Lads on Saturday, will we see a much-changed Sunderland team tonight in front of the Sky Sports cameras?
Ahead of Sunderland’s upcoming Carabao Cup tie, Matty spoke to Sheffield Wednesday fan and host of The Wednesday ’Til I Die Podcast, James Mappin, to find out what has changed over the summer at Hillsborough!
The pies might cost a bit more and we might have to adjust our expectations slightly, but doesn’t it feel good watching Sunderland compete in the Championship again?
Despite the initial positivity, the new era at Sunderland had gotten off to a rocky start - and when Steve Bruce’s Birmingham City arrived on Wearside, things didn’t get easier...
Against Coventry and Bristol City, Gooch demonstrated the strengths and weaknesses of his game. Scott Young looks at how he might be utilised as the season unfolds.
Ellis Simms and Ross Stewart showed signs of sparking a potentially potent partnership at Ashton Gate on Saturday, finishing off some clinical attacking play. Here’s what the data shows.
Pitched into the heat of battle at Ashton Gate, the on-loan Everton striker scored two goals and was a major threat all day. How big a role could he play for us this season?
The news today suggests Nathan Broadhead may be favouring a move to Wigan rather than Sunderland, and we’re apparently after another defender, too.
In August 2015 we realise quickly it’s going to be a long season, but we’d never guess we’re taking on the future Premier League champions.
The on-loan Everton striker made a huge impression with a two-goal debut performance on Saturday. What did our panel make of his contribution?
"With four points from our opening two league games, Sunderland have made an encouraging start to life in the Championship - but stiffer tests lie ahead," writes Phil West
Sunderland AFC’s bold move to host both the men’s and women’s sides at the SoL on the same day will be a success if we all play our part.
Our Mike Dunne and Bomber met up down in Bristol to react to Sunderland’s away victory at Ashton Gate!
Alex Neil’s team came from behind to bank all three points on Saturday afternoon. What did our panel make of our efforts in the West Country?
Three points in the bag, and our season’s up and running. But what were the key talking points from the game?
Roker Report looks at the Sunderland career of Dave Swindlehurst, who joined the club 37 years ago today
Tickets for SAFC Women v Nottingham Forest on the 14th August at Eppleton CW are FREE - so if you’ve been wondering what all the fuss is about, why not come along and see? Charlotte Patterson explains why she thinks that you should come and support our Lasses...
The Lads made their first away trip of the season on Saturday, with a visit to Ashton Gate to face Bristol City, and thanks to a stunning debut from Ellis Simms, claimed a superb victory