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Roker Rapport Podcast: Some quick reaction* to Ipswich 1-1 Sunderland - and a few words on Arsenal!

Our Rich was joined immediately after the final whistle on Saturday* to react to the point against Ipswich away in the league, joined by Kevin - one of the newest members of the RR team - all the way from North Carolina in the States!

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What’s the crack?

  • Was that a point gained... or two lost?
  • Nathan Broadhead; That’s 5 in 5 for the lad, can we sign him now please? See also: Dan Neil’s sublime pass...
  • Ross Stewart; Just working out that new strike partnership at the front, or is the lad just a bit tired with all that running around he does?
  • That Dajaku clattering looked nasty didn’t it?
  • How we feeling ahead of the ‘extremely-short-but could-be-quite-long-if-the-league-shuts-down’ festive break?
  • All this and... a couple bits more? Aye.

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We’re now approaching £57,000 raised! Thank you all again!

**[Eds Note] I have no valid excuse for how late this is. HO HO HO!


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