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They say we’ve got a revolution: Sixer previews the new season

Pete Sixsmith: 'you know I'm getting used to see the Lads beaten'

Yesterday a disappointing SAFC side lost 2-0 at home to an energetic, workmanlike Crook Town who showed flair when needed and took their chances well, making light of a disorganised defence. To cap it all their keeper saved a potentially game changing penalty which would have made it 1-1. Peter Sixsmith was there watching the […]

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When Scotland beat England and the Tartan Army liberated chunks of Wembley

Pete Sixsmith: 'you know I'm getting used to see the Lads beaten'

England vs Scotland or Shildon vs Crook Town? Guess which Pete Sixsmith has chosen for tomorrow night’s entertainment and guess, too, which international game he feels moved to recall from long ago. And what a great excuse to parade Jake’s images of celeb Sunderland fans … (more…)

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McClean break: (2) maybe he should try his luck with Wigan Warriors

James McClean. useful squad player, no more

Test cricket at Chester-le-Street wasn’t greatly inspiring so Pete Sixsmith was able to get his teeth, as promised, into the James McClean departure. This is the second and final part of our look at the transfer; the first is at http://salutsunderland.com/2013/08/mcclean-break-1-bitter-disappointment-as-he-joins-wigan-or-good-riddance/ … (more…)

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After a great summer of sport, Sunderland revolution faces big August test

Happier moment, recalled by Jake

Pete Sixsmith joins the general acclaim of a mighty summer for British sport, though he cannot resist another of his swipes at Rugby Union, and starts reflecting on the immediate challenges ahead for the new-look squad assembled by PDC and Roberto De Fanti … (more…)

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Sixer says: all change at Sunderland and Watmore to come!

By Jake

After such a disappointing campaign last season, this summer’s hectic business in the transfer market surely reflects the club’s determination to achieve better things in the forthcoming campaign, writes Malcolm Dawson. With all the interest in the Italians and the Cape Verde Swiss, the Argentinians and Swedes, the Americans, the Senegalese French and the Uruguayans, […]

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Young people of today! For Olivia, the sky’s the limit for helping Bradley

Olivia: before

READ OLIVIA’S STORY HERE: http://salutsunderland.com/2017/04/olivias-flying-high-up-in-the-sky-for-bradley-whatever-happens-at-leicester/ Olivia Hutchison no Longer needs to be introduced as the daughter of our regular contributor […]

Sunderland’s demise: blame Moyes, blame Short, blame life

Salut Wings

Forgive Monsieur Salut for feeling down. How can a Sunderland supporter be otherwise? The poor response, in terms of readers, […]

Middlesbrough vs Sunderland Guess the Score as the curtain crashes down

Jake: 'forget the mugs: Monsieur Salut has a better class of prize these days'

Let’s not beat about the bush. Wrinkly Pete’s rose-tinted crystal ball couldn’t save us and nor could my sister and […]

The Middlesbrough ‘Who are You?’: on Juninho, Lauren Laverne and two doomed clubs

Catherine Wilson

So Sunderland are effectively two defeats from relegation, one if Hull were to win just one more game and goal […]

Sixers Says: oh what fun to see a Sunderland win, and against Arsenal

Jake: 'There's more than one team that play in red and white in Sixer's life ...'

Before heading off to Yorkshire for Rugby League, Pete Sixsmith decided to share his happy experience of attending a home […]

West Brom, Watford safe. Palace, Bournemouth, Burnley relaxing, ‘Boro, Hull, Swansea sweating. Sunderland propping them up.

McCormick's Craic(featured image) full size 640 x 138

Another empty weekend unless you’re a groundhopper like Sixer or a local league fan like Malcolm, which means it’s time […]