Tag Archives: Sunderland Ladies

Sixer’s Nottingham Forest Soapbox: another trial but not of the sheepdog variety

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Malcolm Dawson writes……”he’s gone too wide, he’s gone too wide.” Memories of Sunday evenings and the voice of Phil Drabble commenting on the fact that Gip, the welsh border collie, wasn’t going to get full marks on the fetch in the grounds of Chatsworth House, where a frisky flock of border Leicesters were refusing to […]

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Céad míle fáilte Stephanie Roche – giving SundIreland a new twist

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Stephanie Roche must have been chuckling into her Guinness – sorry, sports energy drink – as she favourited my tweet about the article my daughter Nathalie Randall wrote on her team, Old Actonians, gaining promotion to the Women’s Premier League. [Ha’way, Lass, give us a RT now and then, too – Ed]. If her spell […]

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Liverpool 1-2 Sunderland: why can’t our men be more like our women?

The 2014 Sunderland Ladies squad

With thanks to the Sunderland Ladies official site The question is posed the other way round by Professor Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady. “Women are irrational, that’s all there is to that,” he sings. “Their heads are full of cotton, hay, and rags! They’re nothing but exasperating, irritating, vacillating, calculating, agitating. Maddening and infuriating […]

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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 […]

SAFC vs Cardiff City Guess the Score: who thought this would be a bottom-top clash?

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Monsieur Salut writes: sincere apologies if you tried to come here last night and could see only a message saying […]

Sixer’s Sevens: Everton 3-0 SAFC. A challenge way too far

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Monsieur Salut writes: Pete Sixmsith wrote – with his customary command of detail, style and humour – on the delights […]

The First Time Ever I Saw Your Ground: Goodison, ‘my favourite after Roker’

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Yesterday Bernard Walker expressed his love for Goodison Park.  Pete Sixsmith will understand why, for it is, as he says […]