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NEW Roker Rapport Podcast: Episode #30 - The relegation hangover special

Sunderland are headed down to the Championship and we're not at all happy about it - in fact, we've reserved possibly our best ever episode of the Podcast just for this occasion. It's available, as per usual, on all smart devices via iTunes and the Acast app.

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The Hangover...

What are we talking about this week?

  • We take a look back at the Boro and Bournemouth defeats;
  • Relegation - now that it is here, how do we feel?
  • David Moyes' and the questions surrounding his future;
  • Ellis Short's statement - how much of this mess is his fault?
  • Are O'Shea and Cattermole a problem?
  • Didier Ndong - Sunderland's player of the season?
  • Hull - a nailed on loss?
  • This, and much more.

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