The repercussions of an investigation into illegal player payments continued to be felt on Wearside, with long-serving manager Bill Murray leaving the club 65 years ago today…
Recent transfer rumours have linked us with a move for the ex-West Ham and Lazio player. Is he someone we should be targeting, or is he simply not the right fit for us?
Having a good start to our first season back in the Championship is very important, we all know that, but why is it even more important this time around? Tom Albrighton has his say...
The decision by Kyril Louis-Dreyfus to acquire a controlling stake in the club can be viewed in many ways but all have to be seen as positive for Sunderland, its players, and its fans.
The biggest stadium, the best facilities, great coaching, talented teammates - ambitious players looking for a footballing home would be foolish to go anywhere else.
Sunderland AFC, under the guise of Vancouver Royal Canadians, took on Toronto 55 years ago today…
During the ‘Coca Cola’ years, we found much success in the Championship, with two title-winning campaigns. Paddy Hollis looks at whether history might repeat itself this season
Sunderland are in the race to sign Wimbledon’s hot young prospect Jack Rudoni - and with that in mind, Matty spoke to Wimbledon fan Chris Draper of the 9yrs Podcast to find out more about the 21-year-old midfielder!
This midfielder had played a small part in Sunderland gaining promotion the season before, but chose Bryan Robson’s Baggies ahead of Mick Mac’s lads.
On Thursday, we discovered Sunderland’s schedule of league games for 2022/2023. It is the first major milestone as we build up to the new season.
"The California Messi" is set to stay at SAFC with a contract running through to the ‘23-‘24 season, a fact celebrated by his countryman Kev.
The latest player linked in the media with a move to Sunderland is former Manchester United and Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison, who is set to leave Derby when his contract expires next week.
As the 2022/2023 fixtures are released today, we asked our panel to pick their favourite games from opening day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, and the final day of the season...
"All the back and forth behind the scenes and the constant speculation about our old owners’ ability to influence anything at the club is done with, and I’m revelling in it," says owa Sean.
Jim Smith’s relegated Newcastle side were in desperate need of a boost, and he turned to a FA Cup-winning Sunderland boss and recent Roker Park Consultant for help.
Hooray - finally, Sunderland can look forward as Kyril Louis-Dreyfus takes a majority share in Sunderland AFC. What do you make of the news that emerged yesterday?
KLD now has a majority of SAFC, Sartori increases his stake, and Donald stays on as a silent partner.
Sunderland’s youngsters witnessed the "dark arts" of football for the first time as they took on sides from across the former Yugoslav federation in Croatia.
In the first of a series of offseason articles, Phil West looks at various transfer windows of years gone by, and discusses the hits and misses of each one. First up, the summer of 2006.
The use of jerseys as a platform for gambling and betting companies is a much-discussed issue. We asked our panel for their views on whether it should be allowed...
TFT petition, Season Card frustration, and Fixture List anticipation all in today’s mixed mailbag. Got something to say? Email us: email@example.com
Following a successful season for Jack Diamond on loan with Harrogate, we spoke to Harrogate fan Katherine Swinn - is the left winger ready for a return to Sunderland?
The morals and ethics of sports writing, the music at the Stadium of Light, and the shadow of TFT are our topics today. Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk
On Sunday, the odd world where random folk from around the world discuss their token investments was invaded by Sunderland fans who united, Trafalgar Square style, to say #NoTFTatSAFC.
Neil Graney, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Durham University, casts his eye over the state of Sunderland AFC’s pre-season public relations.
The first signing of the Jack Ross era at Sunderland, made on this day four years ago, was free agent defender Alim Ozturk - a Turkish cult hero who had made a name for himself north of the border.
With just three defeats all season, Peter Reid’s Division One-winning team was arguably the finest to ever play at the Stadium of Light. What made them so good?
As plans gathered pace for a new "Super League" in English football, Sunderland chairman Bob Murray voiced his concerns over the initial proposals.
According to The Sun, Sunderland have had a £1m bid rejected for Wimbledon midfielder Jack Rudoni.