Peter O’Toole Dies – Sunderland Fan

Peter O’Toole Dies – Sunderland Fan To begin with, Sunderland AFC has lost one of its most famous supporters. Indeed, Peter O’Toole dies, a massive lads fan has died on 14th December 2013 after a long illness. So, without delay, here is an article about the great man – Peter… Continue reading

 

Sunderland Football Echo Ceases To Be Paper

Sunderland Football Echo Ceases To Be Paper In short, its the end of an era for the Sunderland Football Echo! The pink sports paper, which has been part of Wearside’s sporting history for well over a century, will be available until December the 29th 2013. Indeed, on that day, a… Continue reading

 

Niall Quinn Becomes Freeman Of Sunderland

Niall Quinn Becomes Freeman Of Sunderland Indeed, Niall Quinn is now a Freeman Of The City of Sunderland. Moreover, Niall says he is happy to gain such an honour. In fact, after a mad few minutes before he said yes to the award.  He says, “I might be able to… Continue reading

 

Sunderland Is Better Than Newcastle

Sunderland is better than Newcastle Sunderland is better than Newcastle and I also present the facts. Fair enough, they were took from facebook a while back but nonetheless are valid. Indeed, verification of these fact are easy enough. 01) Last team to win a home derby: Sunderland 02) Last team… Continue reading

 

Mick Buckley Former Sunderland Player Dies

Mick Buckley, Former Sunderland Player Dies – 1953-2013 – RIP Indeed, tributes have poured in and respects paid to former Sunderland star, Mick Buckley. To clarify, Mick played for SAFC at Roker Park from 1978 to 1983, scoring 7 goals in 121 appearances. He made his debut on 2nd September… Continue reading

 

James McClean Blames The Sunderland Fans

James McClean Blames The Sunderland Fans James McClean Lashes Out Indeed, one thing that James McClean should have learned recently is respect. Also, from his time at Sunderland AFC it was that he should not lash out at the fans. It doesn’t matter whether they are SAFC supporters or any… Continue reading

 

Meanwhile Back In Sunderland

Meanwhile Back In Sunderland In brief, this is an ITV documentary aptly titled ‘Meanwhile Back in Sunderland’. To begin with, on 05/05/1973, Sunderland AFC won the FA Cup for the second time in the club’s history. Indeed, SAFC went to Wembley as a second division side, to play Leeds United… Continue reading

 

Raich Carter

Horatio Stratton Carter Raich’s mother and father ran the Ocean Queen Pub for a while to keep the pennies coming in. Of course, this was after Robert came back to Sunderland due to retirement from the game. In short, it was a serious head injury at Southampton Football Club that… Continue reading