Ethan on Molineux, Coleman's tactics and Sunderland's bad egg - Away Days!

Chris Coleman’s men travelled to the Midlands for what would be a very tough trip to league leaders Wolves. After defeat to Reading last week, manager Coleman knew he needed to do something to change the record. Lynden Gooch received the nod over Aiden McGeady and Donald Love replaced the suspended Callum McManaman as the Wearsiders would take on Wolves with five at the back. [More]

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So we’re in the infancy of Chris Coleman’s reign as Sunderland manager. In the short time he’s been at the club we’ve seen grounds for optimism – the more disciplined spells at Villa Park together with the joyous victory at the Pirelli and the clean sheet that went with it. But the Reading game provided a reminder (if we needed it) of the fragility of the team and the mammoth task that the manager faces. [More]
Player Ratings: WE WON A FOOTBALL MATCH Y'KNOW

Player Ratings: WE WON A FOOTBALL MATCH Y'KNOW


As crazy as it sounds, not only did Sunderland win - but we didn't concede either. I am still unsure exactly how I am supposed to react in such a situation, but let's hope it's the start of many this season. We edged past a resilient Bury side to ensure we were in the most ridiculous cup draw process of all time. We're playing Carlisle, I think, away, I also think. Anyway, scroll down to rate the players from yesterday.





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Jason Steele (90)

John O'Shea (90)

Ty Browning (90)

Adam Matthews (90)

Brendon Galloway (90)

Didier Ndong (90)

John Gibson (90)

George Honeyman (90)

Aiden McGeady (59)

Wahbi Khazri (77)

Lewis Grabban (46)

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Robbin Ruiter (0)

Lamine Kone (0)

Donald Love (0)

Jack Rodwell (0)

Lynden Gooch (13)

Joel Asoro (31)

James Vaughan (44)
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