Archive | Sixer Says RSS feed for this section

The great, the bad and the awful of Sixer’s Sunderland trips to Wembley. Can he have another great?

Credit: therokerend.com*

Pete Sixsmith is ready for his latest excursion with Sunderland to Wembley. Will the Lads – without Monty or Ian Porterfield – make him a happy as he was on his first visit? … HERE WE GO Trip number eight to “Wembley, Venue of Legends” aka The National Football Stadium, is rapidly approaching. It’s not […]

Read More 0 Comments

Aiden McGeady: the easiest decision in any Sunderland player of the season award

content/uploads/2012/02/twitter.jpg"><img title="twitter" src="http://salutsunderland.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/twitter.jpg" alt="" width="16" height="16" /></a>
<a href="https://twitter.com/#!/salutsunderland">
And follow us on Twitter: @salutsunderland ... click along this line</a>

Let Pete Sixsmith add his appreciation of our superb midfielder after what has been for him, come what may, an outstanding season …and he is picking up awards, starting with one from the SAFCSA branch liaison council (Luke O’Nien was the young player of the season) (more…)

Read More 1 Comment

Sixer’s Sunderland-Portsmouth Soapbox: Wembley woes Vol VI

Jake captures our gloom

Monsieur Salut writes: Pete Sixsmith and I did it in style, lunch (nothing to write home about) and drinks in the Bobby Moore suite, seats on the halfway line. It was a great occasion and at half time, we imagined a bit of silverware was ours. Wasn’t to be. Poor Catts had an excellent game […]

Read More 7 Comments

The First Time Ever I Saw Your Ground: Oxford United, Kassam and Manor

sixer says(stripes)

Monsieur Salut writes: one of the joys of editing Salut! Sunderland is the chance it offers to read the gems of Pete Sixsmith even before they appear before the public gaze. Book publishers should be now be forming an orderly or disorderly queue to snap up rights to his magnificent twin series, The First Time […]

Read More 1 Comment

You’re going to like this but not a lot as Maja does his disappearing act

content/uploads/2012/02/twitter.jpg"><img title="twitter" src="http://salutsunderland.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/twitter.jpg" alt="" width="16" height="16" /></a>
<a href="https://twitter.com/#!/salutsunderland">
And follow us on Twitter: @salutsunderland ... click along this line</a>

Well it’s finally happened and Josh Maja is departing for pastures new as the following Twitter post from Nick Barnes confirms. To clarify: @stewartdonald3 has told me Josh Maja has played his last game for #safc. They had hoped they could keep hold of him until the summer but the player took his belongings and […]

Read More 20 Comments

Sunderland vs Manchester City. Checkatrade Guess the Score and Wembley memories

Jake: 'not so silly a cup now'

GUESS THE SCORE: The Checktrade rules are simple – no extra time but penalties if scores are level at 90 minutes. For the prize mug – whoever you support – you must correctly predict the score at full time and, if the teams are drawing, the winner on penalties (don’t worry about the shoot-out score). […]

Read More 13 Comments

Sixer Says: torn between two loves as Sunderland Under 23s visit Shildon

Sixer by Jake

Monsieur Salut says: Shildon is where Pete Sixsmith and I grew up after unpromising starts to life (me in Hove, Pete in Leeds). My dad was secretary of the Northern League side for several years despite his funny Cockney accent. Pete still turns out to watch them as often as he can and lives close […]

Read More 0 Comments

As the World Cup looms, we remember why Sixer just loved Brazil 2014

one of Jake's generic Salut! Sunderland images as this is a democratic effort ...

The World Cup is almost upon us. Time will tell what Salut! Sunderland’s contributors will make of it. All offerings welcome. Pete Sixsmith always comes up with interesting aspects and at least we have a handful of players to keep our interest up: Jordan Pickford (pictured by his occasional driver, this site’s great friend and […]

Read More 1 Comment

Sixer says: goodbye John O’Shea, Robbie Stockdale and Adrian Tucker

Sixer's Soapbox (featured image)

John McCormick writes: in this short piece Pete Sixsmith casts his eye over a couple of the more minor changes that have happened to our club in recent days. I say minor, that’s just in comparison to what else has gone on. We have lost three of the more successful, and more unassuming, people at […]

Read More 8 Comments

Sunderland’s new order: Stewart Donald, Charlie Methven and Benjamin the Donkey

sixer says(stripes)

Pete Sixsmith is on leave. In his place, Benjamin the Donkey interprets his thoughts … unless it’s Sixer in disguise As is well known around the area, we donkeys are noted for our cynicism and unwillingness to believe that, to quote the song, “Things Can Only Get Better”. The general consensus amongst we members of […]

Read More 3 Comments

Simon Grayson, Steve Bruce, Ahmed Elmohamady, David Meyler, Paul McShane: A Hull of a connection

From_Our_Archives_featured _image

John McCormick writes Did we get rid of Simon Grayson too early? There are some stats that say we could […]

Sunderland’s retained list: Who’s yet to take a walk? Who’s yet to arrive at our doors?

Salut Banner4(featured image)

We know there’s a lot of rebuilding to do. We know we have some expensive players on our books who […]

Salut! Sunderland presents: The best goal I ever scored/never scored

Whimsy(featured image)

John McCormick writes: It was M Salut himself who got me going, but only after Malcolm had chipped in with […]

Page generated in 1.092 seconds. Stats plugin by www.blog.ca