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The Roker Report Podcast Preview: Sunderland Players In Dictionary!

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Hello everyone. After a Christmas and New Year hiatus we're back for Episode 85 of our lovely little podcast. If you're intrigued by it, why not follow these links to listen when it comes out on Thursday. First of all though you best answer our Question Of The Week!

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Dean Mouhtaropoulos

Howdy everyone, we hope we find you both as refreshed and fat as we have become after an indulgent Christmas and New Year break, but we're now back for another podcast and everything's going to be alright.

On the show this week Simon Walsh is back and will be joined by Michael Graham in all likelihood plus one or two others might pop by. At this stage we don't know. We're not ones for organisation really.

Anyway, here's what we'll be chatting about among other things;

  • A natter about the games over the restive period.
  • Alfred N'Diaye, Roland Juhasz and no doubt other names in the frame.
  • Preview the West Ham game.
  • Get your views in Question Of The Week (below)...

If you want to subscribe to our podcast, then give it a go. It's on iTunes, it's free, and it's all SAFC. Find it by following this link - http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-roker-report-podcast-www/id437085978

Or if iTunes isn't your thing, then follow our RSS feed - http://www.rokerreport.podomatic.com/ - and download the MP3 file to whatever device you want.

If downloading isn't for you, then try Stitcher. It's a pretty awesome app for streaming podcasts, and available on any mobile device or tablet. Check it out - http://www.stitcher.com/

Now for this week's Question Of The Week, which we'd really want to hear from you on as we look to make the show more interactive. So if you've got a view point, let us know, or if you can't be arsed at lease vote in the poll. Below. We'll see you on Thursday!...

"Zlatanera" or "To Zlatan" has been added to the Swedish dictionary meaning "To do anything with force" or "To dominate". If a Sunderland player - past or present - was to be added to the dictionary then who would it be, and what would it mean?