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NEW Roker Rapport Podcast: Episode #26 – Apathy Reigns Supreme

With a meagre point on the board taken from a not-so-spectacular team we’re once again left to question Sunderland’s chances of pulling themselves back from the precipice. We discuss how and why our manager persists with his puzzling team selection and tactics, the smouldering amethysts that are Seb’s eyes and Callum explains why Moyes is a first class admin assistant. It's available, as per usual, on all smart devices via iTunes and the Acast app.

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What Are We Talking About This Week?

* Our reaction to Saturdays bore draw with Burnley – too little, too late?

* What is the method behind Moyes’ selection madness?

* Is there a stigma that comes with speaking out as a Sunderland fan?

* What role does Ellis Short play in all this?

* Everything else you want from your new favourite podcast!

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