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NEW Roker Rapport Podcast: Episode #31 - Mauling the Tigers

We won this weekend against relegation-threatened Hull City, and the victory on Humberside has given the lads the opportunity to reflect upon what has been a tumultuous season for the Sunderland fans. It's available, as per usual, on all smart devices via iTunes and the Acast app.

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We won, Pickford was class - is all right in the world again? No, of course it isn't, you fool!
Danny Roberts

What are we talking about this week?

  • The win at Hull City - does it count for anything?
  • The performances of Honeyman, Pickford and Ndong;
  • Sunderland's finances and the information released this week;
  • Using youth in the future;
  • Will another victory against Swansea give us hope for what lies ahead?
  • All of this and more - honey for the ears.

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