Archive | July, 2007

On tour with SAFC: in praise of Cork

Liam Miller: enjoyed his home town goal Picture: Peadar O’Sullivan By Pete Sixsmith, on the road from Cork to Galway So, the caravan (or Toyota Auris) rolled on to Cork and arrived in a city that was the opposite of Dublin. Small, manageable, incredibly friendly and not full of dangerous drunks looking for a hoolie. […]

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Keano’s squad: fine wine maturing, or a bit Corked?

Just needed the tiniest of excuses to bring you a few more of Peadar O’Sullivan’s pictures. Keane: a mixed welcome Picture: Peadar O’Sullivan Peadar could not make it to Cork City to see the team he follows take on the Lads last night. So what reception would he have given the returning heroes – or, […]

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Bohemian rhapsody

This batch of pictures comes from a fabulous portfolio created during the pre-season friendly against Bohemians by Peadar O’Sullivan, passionate football fan and clearly gifted amateur photographer. Now I remember Aisling Quinn as a little girl proudly taking to the field at the Stadium of Light to help her big daddy celebrate the finale of […]

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Penmanship: my strip tease

John Penman, an East Stand regular who makes long trips down from his home in Scotland to be at games, finds a way of telling his life story through the SAFC tops he has owned and loved As I wait patiently for my new 2007-08 kit to be delivered, I cast my mind back to […]

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On tour with SAFC: Hurley, hurling and a pair of hoolies

By Pete Sixsmith in Dublin So, the season almost begins and here we are on a pre season tour. The last time I followed Sunderland abroad was an absolutely disastrous pre season to Spain. Disastrous on a personal level because my father had just died and my travelling companion’s daughter’s father-in-law was just about to. […]

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Not getting carried away

Well, I’d much rather be doing this – reporting a Sunderland win – than not. But since I refused to let a defeat at Scunthorpe depress me too much, I can hardly get over-excited about Bohemians 0 SAFC 1. Stern John, second half, after a first half described by Pete Sixsmith, Salut! Sunderland‘s man on […]

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Coming out

There are some things in life you just cannot bring yourself to say. A child abuser, I suspect, would struggle with all the implications of announcing to the world: “I’m a paedophile.” Tony Blair might not actually enjoy being ordered to exclaim: “Yep, I was a Tory all along.” Simon Cowell would never shout it […]

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Worse things happen

What was I saying? If you lose a pre-season friendly, you just wait for the boss to say it doesn’t matter because these games are all about fitness, not the results. Since I have not read a match report, that is the only positive thought I can muster on hearing of our 1-0 defeat at […]

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Len Shackleton: the sad news that was too hot to print

The other day, I came across my old Len Shackleton t-shirt in a pile of worn-less-often SAFC related togs. It may have been sandwiched between my Lionel Perez t-shirt and a couple of old tops commemorating promotions that led to relegations. Most people probably remember the Shack one from the excellent people at Philosophy Football: […]

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Roy Keane and the great transfers debate (3)

We need all the luck these bring, if Pauld is right Picture: jonesarruda It is just as well that Paul Wilson may have set the true standard, in terms of how much notice we need to take, for predictions appearing in the Guardian‘s online football pages about the prospects for Sunderland AFC under Roy Keane. […]

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Walsall Who are You?: (1) ‘SAFC-Newcastle the most antagonistic game I’ve seen’

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Monsieur Salut writes (and guess how easy it is to write Monsieur Slut by mistake): I knew some games would […]

From drawing for Salut! Sunderland to Hollywood recognition: Jake’s tale

Jake: 'when will we next see sunny times for Sunderland AFC?'

Rifles and rope by Murder Valley Salut! Sunderland readers know him as Jake. At Facebook, he lengthens the nom-de-plume to […]

Walsall vs SAFC Guess the Score: winner gets the new TFTRW book

no mugs this Tuesday

According to our Walsall “Who are You?” candidate, whose thoughts have just landed and will be published on Thursday, we […]

Vote to rename the Stadium of Light south stand. Then on to North, West and East?

Can we keep the faith?

Monsieur Salut welcomes plans to rename one of the Stadium of Light stands … Maybe Bradley Lowery, which would have […]

Sixer’s Wycombe Wanderers Soapbox: Maja rocks the Chairboys

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Malcolm Dawson writes……as I struggled to sleep in the early hours my thoughts turned to the afternoon’s events and looking […]

Sixer’s Sevens: Wycombe Wanderers give us a timely reminder

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Pete Sixsmith texted at half time that there wasn’t much happening and Wycombe looked comfortable. Half an hour later he […]

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