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Luke’s World: how Sunderland could line up with or without Sessegnon

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Luke Harvey ponders the team formations available to MON subject to the signings we hope he’s about to make … (more…)

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Game of the Season: the road to Wigan’s peerless joy

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With apologies for the laboured pun – and M Salut promises not to add, ”Or Well, what did you expect?” – we present the third of Luke Harvey’s series of defining moments in the season just ended. We’ve had Signing of the Season and Opponents of the Season. Here is Luke’s Game of the Season […]

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Luke’s World: hailing Everton, opponents of the season

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Almost to rival the series of end-of-season reviews just begun – and to which others are free to contribute – Luke Harvey, having described the impact of our signing of the season, James McClean, gives special attention to another specific aspect of the football he saw at the Stadium of Light. Step forward Everton, Luke’s […]

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Luke’s World: hailing James McClean, Sunderland, Irish Republic, signing of the season

James McClean. useful squad player, no more

On Saturday, as we stuttered unconvincingly to 2-2 draw against relegation-haunted Bolton Wanderers, important eyes were focused on one man. The Irish team manager Giovanni Trapattoni is preparing to name his squad for Euro 2012 and was again having James McClean closely watched ahead of his final decision on whether to include him. Reports from […]

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Luke’s World: how a second Irish revolution refuelled the faith

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Luke Harvey is Salut! Sunderland’s youngest regular writer but has already seen two Irish revolutions at the Stadium of Light. It may be a trifle early for end-of-season reviews, but Luke has been reflecting on a bumpy ride to safety – and the hope of something more glorious to come … (more…)

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Luke’s World: let’s hear it for Zambia, Sunderland and Porterfield

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In truth, the Sunderland link may seem slight as Afcon 2012 prepares for launch. A glance at our history offers a reminder of its mighty origins. Luke Harvey explans … (more…)

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Luke’s World: Sunderland set an example Blackburn may follow

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Salut! Sunderland is always open to new writers. Hilary Fawcett’s marvellous account of her twin obsessions with SAFC and Bob Dylan has won deserved acclaim. Now Luke Harvey, absent from these pages for too long, returns with a reflections on Steve Bruce’s demise – and how one game summed up a second club’s need for […]

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Luke’s World: bring on Liverpool and Newcastle. I can’t wait

Luke Harvey, another of our regular writers, offers a hardcore enthusiast’s welcome to the return – gormless rioters permitting – of the football season … You’ll have heard the rumours: football is back. It doesn’t feel like very long since the season ended. For Manchester United fans I’m sure the defeat at the hands of […]

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Luke’s World: in praise of another SAFC Jordan, England’s No 1

Never mind the Florida sun. our regular contributor Luke Harvey had some serious sporting spectacles – one with a Sunderland interest – to keep up with at either end of the day … Everyone has their own thoughts about going on holiday. Jetting off to a sunkissed part of the world to enjoy peace and […]

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Luke’s World: an Everton postscript

In which Luke Harvey sticks up for his fellow youngster Jordan Henderson, whose performance against Everton has been sharply criticised by a number of longer-in-the-tooth supporters. But then Luke still cannot quite get Chelsea out of his mind … Monday night’s match against Everton showed that you don’t have to be the best teams in […]

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A View From the Avenue: the Sunderland ‘shambles’ Parkinson must put right

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Sunderland vs Tranmere Rovers: hoping for that delayed new manager bounce

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NB: some readers are having problems when trying to post comments. We are working on this In the Premier League, […]

Sixer’s Sevens from Wycombe (or Prague): anywhere to avoid seeing another SAFC stumble

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Pete Sixsmith abandoned Sunderland AFC for the weekend, beetling off to Prague for a well-earned break and a chance to […]

The Chapman Report from Wycombe: ‘so lacking in threat that with Ross, it would have turned nasty’

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Monsieur Salut writes: abject apologies to all our readers. A technical issue shut us down for a while but we […]

Parkinson’s lore: Pete Sixsmith welcomes another new manager

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Malcolm Dawson writes…….As I was tucking into my porridge and blueberries this morning, I received an e-mail from Pete Sixsmith […]

Comfortable win at Hetton for the U23s in County Cup

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Malcolm Dawson writes……whilst Pete Sixsmith took a trip up to Ironworks Road to see Shildon record a 6-2 victory over […]

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