I can't imagine this been anything other than a grim set of results, but here is your chance to rate the player performances from yesterday's debacle. Really sorry but you can't score lower than a 1, despite minus figures being more appropriate in most cases.
It comes as no surprise to see the ratings less than flattering for the majority of SAFC players after last night's cup exit to Stoke City. The fact substitute Patrick van Aanholt leads the way at this point with a rating of just 6.59 highlights that, though it is close at the top and bottom so have your say by voting below and all could change!
Well, it's that time again. Rate the players yourself after Sunderland drew 0-0 with Swansea in a game where yet again we lacked that winning touch in front of goal.
No surprises so far in the WAW Reader's player ratings as Steven Fletcher leads the way with a hefty score of 8.85. There is still plenty of time to have your say so whether or not you agree vote below!
Finally you can truly enjoy doing these! As always, we want you to tell us how well you think the players performed in order for us to crown the WAW Reader's Man of the Match on Monday.
Lee Cattermole once more sits top of the pile in the WAW player ratings, this time for the Swansea game. There is a queue not too far behind him as Jack Rodwell currently brings up the rear. Don't agree I hear you say? Well, even if you do - vote below!
With Wembley dreams crushed for another few months at least, here’s your chance to rate the players. Now don’t all go giving 10’s to Jozy… oh go on then!
It's too close to call at the top of the reader's player ratings, with Vito Mannone, Patrick van Aanholt, Jack Rodwell, Emanuele Giaccherini and Adam Johnson all neck and neck! Have your say below!
Well, it was far from a classic! Here is your chance to vent about Sunderland's goalless draw away to Burnley.
You will have all been to the match or watched match of the day and formed some kind of opinion on yesterday's performance - now we want to hear it. Lee Cattermole ran away with August's WAW Readers Player of the Month - who do you think is off to a good start in September?