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Summer transfers survey

Sunderland Jul 20, 2014
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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Clubs scramble for Danny Welbeck as deadline day clicks into gear

It looks like Danny Welbeck will be be leaving Old Trafford on deadline day.

Not long to go now, folks! Under 24 hours, in fact. 'Tis the night before Transfer Talk Christmas, and there are a few interesting early morsels to get us going with...


Join our live chat in THE BOOT ROOM to keep up to date with all the comings and goings on transfer deadline day!


Black Cats Wel up for a loan

There must be few Premier League clubs Danny Welbeck has not been linked with in recent weeks, and next up are Sunderland.

It's a big deal, though, as the Sun have seen fit to splash it...

 Posted by Colin Randall
2 days ago

Sunderland attack stalls at QPR

Is Joey Barton, that seasoned master of self-promotion, really up to life back in the Premier League? That was my question to a Queens Park Rangers supporter before Sunderland visited for a game that turned out to have endless energy but only limited quality.

His response -- that Barton, in summary, is "a good captain provided he plays the game simply rather than attempting 40-yard Hollywood passes" -- seemed a reasonable appraisal after Barton made the difference, and helped to make the wi...

 Posted by Colin Randall
5 days ago

New-look Sunderland confident ahead of QPR match

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet reacts following his side drawing with Man United 1-1 at home.

The more condescending kind of Manchester United supporter, unaware of what was about to happen in the League Cup at MK Dons, saw the visit to Sunderland last weekend as one of their "easy" games.

United were fortunate to get away from the Stadium of Light with a point.

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Perhaps the worst approach Gus Poyet's team could take to Saturday's match at Queens Park Rangers would be that this is, in turn, one of the "easy" games of Sunderland's season.

It did seem that way back in March 2013, b...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
Aug 24, 2014

Heroes and Villains: Premier League week 2

Manchester United are still without a win while Tottenham look likely to beat the world. ESPN FC takes a look at some of the biggest protagonists and antagonists from the second Premier League weekend.

First-team football appears to agree with Jack Rodwell, who dominated for Sunderland the way he never did at Man City.

HEROES

Jack Rodwell has played only slightly more Premier League football than you or I in recent years, but unlike us, someone still believes in him. His slow recovery continued against Manchester United where he helped Lee Cattermole dominate the midfield. Not only did he score Sunderland's eq...

 Posted by Colin Randall
Aug 24, 2014

Draw a fair outcome for Sunderland

Sunderland and Patrick van Aanholt held Antonio Valencia and Manchester United to a 1-1 draw on Sunday.

Wherever in the footballing world the hard-fought draw between Sunderland and Manchester United is discussed, the emphasis will be on another perceived United failure. Wherever, that is, except on Wearside and among Sunderland's smaller but no less passionate global fan base.

For the second successive week, Gus Poyet's side gained a draw, a result it would have taken, if offered, before kickoff. But Sunderland never looked second best and would have won had Connor Wickham not only played bright...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
Aug 24, 2014

Three Points: Sunderland vs. Man Utd

SUNDERLAND, England -- Three quick thoughts from Sunderland's 1-1 draw with Man United at the Stadium of Light.

1. Di Maria won't fix this mess

One point from two supposedly "easy" games and the problems at Manchester United are now obvious to everyone. We can all be sure about one thing: It's going to take more than Angel di Maria to fix it. Riddled with injuries and reduced to one fit senior centre-back, United need to spend big. This is a harsh lesson in reality for any fan who felt that th...