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FAN LETTERS!

Our daily mailbag in which you, the readers of Roker Report, can send us along your opinions and thoughts on whatever you wish.

Fan Letters: Gambling in footy special as readers give their views on Sunderland’s new sponsor

In today’s fan letters, readers have written in to share their thoughts on Sunderland’s new partnership with an online betting company.

Fan Letters: “Ross Stewart’s future must be sorted soon!”

Ross Stewart’s contract situation, the possibility of signing Ravel Morrison, and a memory from a schools football competition are in our mailbox today! Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@Yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “I’m excited for the fixtures coming out Thursday” says Sunderland fan Paul

TFT petition, Season Card frustration, and Fixture List anticipation all in today’s mixed mailbag. Got something to say? Email us: rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

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Fan Letters: “Sports journalism is under attack, and we must protect it!”

The morals and ethics of sports writing, the music at the Stadium of Light, and the shadow of TFT are our topics today. Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: ‘Sunderland need an experienced Championship keeper’ says RR reader Dan

Anthony Patterson did well towards the end of last season, but is he ready for a full season as a Championship number one? Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@Yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “Will Sunderland’s ambitions in the transfer market match Alex Neil’s?” asks fan John

In today’s fan letters, ambitions, transfers, and ownership are occupying the minds of Roker Report readers. Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@Yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “This situation needs sorting urgently,” says Sunderland supporter

There’s eagerness to get the ownership sorted, the future of Patrick Roberts, club shop woes and a plug for an evening with Reidy in the mailbag today. Got something you’d like to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “There are chancers everywhere trying to buy footy clubs,” says SAFC fan Tom!

In today’s fan letters, reaction to the crypto bros and a question about the music played before kick-off at Wembley. Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@Yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: A lack of communication by Sunderland AFC frustrates fans!

No information about the tour of Portugal, no kits on sale. Is everyone at the club still on holiday? This plus Quinn vs Stewart in today’s fan letters. Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: How much to get Dion Sanderson back at Sunderland AFC?

In today’s fan letters, we’ve got praise for the best League 1 XI pod, a longing for Dion, and some 2020-style nostalgia. Got something to say? Email us rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

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Fan Letters: “Arby was definitely worth persisting with - I’m sad to see him leave”

Player contracts, fan media ideas, and a poignant request regarding the pre-match music are covered today! Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “What a ride!” - How good did it feel to see Sunderland do the business at Wembley?

"I flew back from Malta to watch the game - I missed my first flight, so didn’t arrive until half time, but it was by far the best day of my life," writes RR reader Niall! Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “I was plastered on sky shouting my lungs out for the lads” says Ryan!

In our first batch of post-playoff fan letters, we’ve cause for celebration, a call for quick spending, and some flying dentures!

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Fan Letters: Ticket troubles and playoff final omens!

Securing tickets for Saturday and positive signs ahead of the big game are our topics today! Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

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Fan Letters: “Trials and tribulations of the 1973 FA Cup final!”

Memories of 1973, and thoughts on fans leaving games early are our topics today! Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: ‘Alex Neil will get the job done for us - sign him up on a long-term contract!’

Plus: Wycombe’s chairman’s done Alex Neil’s team talk for him says Tom, while Bob’s revived a 1973 classic for Wembley! Got something to say? Email us: rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “Let’s create an atmosphere like we haven’t seen in years!”

This week in the RR mailbag we have calls to pack out the Stadium of Light, the youth setup and the lack of game time for Dan Neil. Got something to say? Email us: rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

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Fan Letters: “Alex Neil got it wrong against Rotherham. Was he afraid of the threat they posed?”

Alex Neil’s team selection, the stadium’s facilities, and the removal of an abusive fan are the topics discussed today. Got something to say? Email us: rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: Post-match reaction from Sunderland fans!

Supporters remain optimistic despite the poor showing against Rotherham, plus concerns about the state of disabled facilities. Got something to say? Email us: rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

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Fan Letters: “It’s time for Jack Clarke to step up!”

Jack Clarke’s form, Dan Neil’s prospects, and the challenge of Cambridge are all discussed in today’s edition of ‘Fan Letters’. Got something to say? Email us: RokerReport@Yahoo.co.uk

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Fan Letters: “In Neil we trust!”

We’ve received some interesting fan letters this week, discussing the issue of taking the knee, our promotion aspirations, and a welcome upturn in form for Corry Evans. Got something to say? Email us: rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “Are we focused enough on youth?” asks Sunderland fan Jay

A mixed bag of fan letters today, including youth policy, online streaming, and whether this season is like when we went up under Keano. What do you think? Email us: rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “We need that spirit back in the Stadium of Light” says Kyle

A message to get behind the Lads and a cunning plan to defeat Oxford in today’s mailbag. Got something you want to say? Email us: RokerReport@Yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “Patto can be Sunderland #1 for many years to come,” says fan Paul

Que Será, Será... We’ve got an optimistic bunch of letters this time, which is nice. Got something you want to say? Email us: RokerReport@Yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “I think I know a thing or two,” says Sunderland fan Kenny

International call-ups, prediction follow-ups, and potential hiccups are the subjects of today’s mixed bag of fan letters. Got something to share? Email: rokerreport@yahoo.co.uk

Fan Letters: “One last dance? More like one last chance this season to rob the fans blind!”

The manner of Defoe’s departure has left a bitter taste in the mouths of some SAFC supporters, including Helen – who last week bought a Defoe shirt for her son’s upcoming birthday.

Fan Letters: “What’s really gone on with Jermain Defoe?” asks Sunderland fan

Jermain Defoe’s early departure and praise for Luke O’Nien’s trial of the new Okkulo system are the subjects of today’s fan letters.

Fan Letters: “Why is everyone w*nking themselves silly over Stewart getting a call-up?”

RR reader Graham isn’t overly happy with Ross Stewart’s call-up to the Scotland squad!

Fan Letters: Will Defoe leave his best to the very last for Sunderland this season?

"Maybe Dan Neil can send Jermain through one-on-one with mere seconds left to go and our beloved hero can send us back to the Championship," says Gabriel…

Fan Letters: Can you imagine a Dan Neil winner at Wembley?! Ideal!

"I think Dan Neil, a local boy who stood and was pictured in the crowd at Wembley as a boy to watch his team lose in a final, would be the fairytale with a goal to get us back to the Championship," writes RR reader Kieran.

Fan Letters: ‘Alex Neil a Scottish Parkinson? That’s one of the stupidest comments I’ve heard!’

Andrew launches a convincing defence of Alex Neil’s start, while Shaun reckons JD is destined to score the winner at Wembley...

Fan Letters: Isn’t it concerning that, at best, the jury is still out on KLD? asks RR reader Dan

Dan’s far from convinced about Mr Louis-Dreyfus, while Thomas reflects on a frustrating game against Crewe.