The Lads make the trip to South London on Saturday as we try and respond after two losses. Join us live on Spaces as we preview the game!
The lads turned in their best performance of the season – but the veteran keeper came up with a world-class display.
There was A change coming in the Sunderland dugout following the departure of yet another manager, with Parky shown the door following a string of terrible results and performances.
It was another dismal result for the Lads as they slipped to a 1-2 home defeat against Huddersfield Town on Wednesday evening . Paddy Hayes looks at where it all went wrong
Promotion-chasing Sheffield United were next up at Roker Park for Sunderland, whose form was taking us closer to the trapdoor of a second relegation in successive seasons.
Jack Ross’ side go 14 unbeaten as they swat aside fellow promotion chasers Barnsley aside at the Stadium of Light.
A certain profile of player was targeted during the summer, and despite some setbacks along the way, the club are clearly taking a long-term view rather than seeking quick fixes
With Sunderland’s prized asset Jordan Pickford gaining attention for his fantastic performances in the Premier League, his manager admitted it would be a challenge to keep him on Wearside for too much longer.
He’d have turned them down, anyway!
It’s a long trip to Devon for our Championship game this weekend, so join us live on Spaces as we preview the clash with the Pilgrims!
The Lads needed a hero to stave off defeat against Southampton at Roker Park — up stepped 17 year old John Lathan on his Sunderland debut to get the goals we required!
On this day in 1926 the Lads travelled to the capital to face Charlie Buchan’s Arsenal who were unbeaten at home, with the prospect of going top of the table with a victory on the road.
Jack Greenwell, a man from the town of Crook, changed the game of football forever with his stint as manager of Barcelona - is the local boy the greatest manager Sunderland never had?
O-O-O-O-OOOO’Neill! It was a successful evening for Sunderland in London, scoring three goals - including an absolute stunner from Stephane Sessegnon!
With the club a mess off the pitch, Sunderland struggled throughout the 1957/58 season - but a rare entertaining afternoon for the Lads saw them play out a 2-2 draw with Chelsea at Roker Park.
Sunderland were mounting a credible challenge for promotion in season 1975/76. At home we looked invincible but away from home was a different matter. Next up was a trip to the Valley, where we had not won for twenty-one years!
After a tough start to life in Division One Denis Smith was attempting to strengthen his squad at Roker, despite a significant part of his promotion winning side departing, and Marco represents the Football League in Belfast.
Sunderland got off to the worst start possible 68 years ago, but could they recover against the Clarets?
With no permanent successor to Alan Brown in the dugout, Sunderland pulled themselves together for a trip across the country to take on Carlisle - and what a game it was!
We’re back at home for our final Championship game before the November international break, so join us live on Spaces as we preview the clash with the Blues!
Oh, and Sunderland actually won a game, too.
The last three years under the ownership of Kyril Louis-Dreyfus have been largely exciting for Sunderland. What’s been your favourite thing to have happened in that time?
Having started to gain a reputation as draw specialists, Gus Poyet’s Sunderland were primed and ready to share the spoils with an Everton team which featured Aidan McGeady...
It should have been a glorious return to the first division, instead, chaos and confusion reigned - we were managerless and eighteen games into the season having still not appointed a successor to Alan Brown. What on earth were the board playing at?
It was ultimately frustrating but we can look at the positives, as well as a penalty decision that has been coming for weeks and an opportunity that’s been presented in central defence.
Things continue to look up under Len Ashurst as Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest visit Roker for a League Cup third round replay, with Sunderland on the road to Wembley.
Sunderland play Durham this Sunday at 12:00 to defend their top of the table status, and hopefully extend their unbeaten run to 9 games against local opposition.
It wasn’t Sunderland’s day as Peter Reid’s side dropped points when conceding a last minute goal which was scored by Chris Armstrong. Were you there?