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Roker Rapport Podcast: #65 - Chewing the fat w/ George Caulkin (Times) & Keith Downie (Skysports)

This week we are joined by Skysport’s Keith Downie and George Caulkin of The Times to discuss the state of North East football, being a journalist covering Sunderland and the big stories from this week. As always, you can catch this week’s show on iTunes, Acast and YouTube.

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George Caulkin (Times) & Keith Downie (Skysports) join the lads in the Roker Rapport studio.

What’s up this week?

  • What do George and Keith think is to blame for our struggles?
  • What happened to Sunderland’s identity?
  • Should the fans protest?
  • Behind the scenes Coleman insists he is the right man for the job. But do we have the tools to stay up?
  • Can it get any worse for the fans? Keith and George debate if the owner should stay or go.
  • They share their stories of embarrassing moments.
  • And finally George talks about the Bobby Robson Foundation.

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