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Countdown to Wembley: Poyet ‘mistaken about our cup and league priorities’

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Peter Lynn – Wrinkly Pete on his own description – was there in 1973 and will be there again on Sunday. Here, he takes issue with Gus Poyet’s comment that winning a cup seemed more important to Sunderland fans than staying up. Tongue in cheek, Pete also calculates how we might have left Arsenal with […]

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Countdown to Wembley: bottom (joint) of the league but very lucky

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  Peter Lynn* – Wrinkly Pete to ageist acquaintances – keeps the Countdown to Wembley series going after singing himself hoarse at Old Trafford – while first dealing with the transformation in approach, confidence and results since Gus Poyet took over … Countdown to Wembley: click along this line to see all articles in this […]

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Sunderland crisis: the role of fans who ‘made me proud at Hull’

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We just knew the name – Peter Lynn – was familiar. Obviously not Tom, whose contributions are always valued, but it rang a bell. Peter reminds us that he once cajoled Salut! Sunderland into making e-mail feeds more easy to use, or just possible to use (most of us wouldn’t have a clue where to […]

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Sixer Says: two cheers for Watmore as Under 23s lose to West Ham

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  Monsieur Salut writes: In fact there were many more cheers for a decent 70-minute outing for Duncan. The crowd […]

Sixer’s Cardiff City Soapbox: ‘where we go is a matter of debate’

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John McCormick writes: I’ve been unwilling to criticise Ellis Short in the past. I’ve held back where others haven’t. But […]

Sixer’s Sevens. Sunderland 1 Cardiff City 2. The worst team ever?

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Pete Sixmsith is back on duty after a midweek break, during which time he put together his thoughts about his visits […]

The First Time Ever I Saw Your Team: Cardiff City

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The first post-war season saw Cardiff become champions of the Third Division (South) and they continued to climb as we […]

Cardiff City Who are You?: SAFC ‘always seem in Newcastle’s shadow’

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Colin Randall writes: The last time Mike Morris* shared his thoughts with Salut! Sunderland, it was mid-season (2013-14) and he […]

Sixer’s standin’s Soapbox: Everton remain on the Carabao trail as Bernard wins the cup

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There were some plus points. Everton – club and fans – remembered Bradley Lowery with grace and class. I had […]