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Roker Rapport Podcast: The big fat Sunderland chat w/ Sky Sports' Tom White!

Gav was joined yesterday by our Phil and SSN’s MLF - the lovely Tom White - to go over Sunderland’s win at the DW Stadium, looking back at the transfer business and managerial saga, and looking forward to Charlton’s next attempt to once again f*** everything up for Sunlun.

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What’s the crack?

  • Gav finally gets to say something positive about Sunderland after the chaos and heartbreak of the last month or so...
  • We get Tom’s thoughts on the performance on Saturday - did he see that coming at all?
  • Alex Neil thinks football is often ruined by people talking too much bollocks - so what has he been saying to the lads on the training pitch about the simplicity of the beautiful game?
  • A bit of a retrospective about the timing of the sacking of Lee Johnson, the transfer window business in general, and the Keano and Kongolo deals/talks falling through - as Tom is all ITK and well... we’re interested.
  • Can Sunderland turn this into a run - is anyone confident about our chances of getting to the play-offs off the back of this result?
  • Charlton are coming up - how vital is that for what comes next as we strive (now against the odds) for promotion?
  • Max Power got a bit of stick on Saturday - Tom wonders why we keep booing lads who people may not have liked, but who didn’t leave the club on bad terms with the fans?
  • All this and much more! Listen in!

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