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Charlie Methven, the star of Netflix's Sunderland 'Til I Die series 2, reflects on becoming TV star
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY CRAIG HOPE:There is one scene that Charlie Methven - the overnight star of Sunderland 'Til I Die series two - had to watch through his fingertips.
Why voiding the Premier League and EFL seasons would cause chaos amid coronavirus pandemic
Everything around football is up in the air. The season has been suspended for weeks and it is unclear when - and if - it might return. As time goes on, there are more voices calling it to be called off.
Sportsmail obtains exclusive clips of Sunderland's upcoming Netflix series
With football currently suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, fans are left without a fix. However, as of Wednesday there will be some small respite.
Sunderland's Netflix adventure could go into a third series after suspension of football season
EXCLUSIVE BY DAVID COVERDALE: Producers Fulwell 73 had planned for series two to be the last. But the suspension of this season may open the door for them to revisit their Sunderland story.
Netflix's Sunderland 'Til I die series two is tragicomic classic
EXCLUSIVE BY CRAIG HOPE AND DAVID COVERDALE: It was the moment when The Office met The Wolf of Wall Street - and the makers of Sunderland 'Til I Die had their opening scene.
Best sports documentaries, podcasts and books for the coronavirus shutdown
With the country heading into lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, we could all soon find ourselves with plenty of time on our hands. So we came up with a few good ways to keep entertained.
Deadline day: Premier League transfer news; David Luiz to Arsenal, Lukaku to Inter and more
Catch all the latest deadline day transfer news, and completed deals from the Premier League, Championship, and other leagues in the transfer window.
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Cardiff City Keen To Sign Sunderland Goal Machine: SWOT Analysis
Cardiff City are willing to dish out £2 million to secure the services of Sunderland striker Josh Maja, it has been reported.
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Tottenham Hotspur eyeing a transfer for wantaway forward: SWOT analysis
Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur have moved a step forward in their quest of signing Sunderland sensation Josh Maja.
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Lasogga In, Ekuban Out: 4-2-3-1 Leeds United Predicted Lineup To Face Sunderland
After their 0-2 loss at the hands of Fulham, Leeds United are due to entertain Sunderland at the Elland Road on Saturday. Leeds United are now placed at the 13th spot in the league table, having collected 53 points from 40 games. The Whites are really struggling under the tutelage of Paul Heckingbottom but they must back themselves to earn all three points against the Black Cats. Leeds United Team News Heckingbottom is likely to be bereft of the services of Liam Cooper, Adam Forshaw, Kemar Roofe and Laurens De Bock. A late call is expected to be made on
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8 Goals And 5 Assists: Why Sunderland Should Firm Up Their Interest In 25 Y/O Midfielder
As per one of the latest reports by Shropshire Star, Sunderland are understood to be keen to land Shrewsbury Town midfielder, Jon Nolan, at the Stadium to Light in the summer. Shrewsbury Town have undoubtedly emerged as a surprise package in League One this season and are currently at the top of the league table. Promotion to the Championship is obviously a gettable target for them. Under the tutelage of Paul Hurst, the Salop have churned stupendous results and Nolan has been one of the best performers for the English third-tier outfit. The 25-year-old has smashed 8 goals and has
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Predicted 3-4-2-1 Sunderland Lineup Vs Queens Park Rangers: Defensive Resources Stretched
Sunderland are rock-bottom in the league table and are in a desperate need of points to save themselves. The Black Cats are due to make a trip to the Loftus Road Stadium today. Chris Coleman’s troops were comprehensively beaten by Aston Villa during midweek as they lost 0-3 to the Villans at the Stadium of Light and thus, they really need to bounce back by in the upcoming fixture. Team News Tyias Browning has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a groin injury and this is a massive blow for Sunderland. Besides, Jake Clarke-Salter is suspended,
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Sunderland Taking An ‘Extended Look’ At This West Brom Winger: Which Positions He Can Play?
According to a report from Sunderland Echo, Sunderland are taking an ‘extended look’ at West.
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Sunderland Set To Sign This Championship Ace On Loan: What Will He Bring To Parkinson’s Team?
According to the reports from BBC, Sunderland are set to complete the signing of Swansea.
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Celtic Said To Be Interested In This Defender Linked With Sunderland: Should Lennon Make A Move?
According to the reports from the Shields Gazette, Scottish champions Celtic have been credited with.
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Willis In Defence, McNulty Leads The Line | 4-2-3-1 Sunderland Predicted Lineup Vs Wycombe
Sunderland who are sitting on the ninth spot, 8 points away from the top spot,.
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Sunderland Should Look To Target This Playmaker In January By Triggering £2.5m Release Clause
Peterborough United’s attacking midfielder Marcus Maddison was linked heavily with Sunderland in the summer, but.
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Sunderland Didn’t Take The Chance Of Signing This Player For £2.5m: Is Ross Taking The Right Call?
According to the reports from Sunderland Echo, Peterborough United’s ace Marcus Maddison has been heavily linked.
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QUIZ: Name every relegated Premier League team since 1992
The current Premier League season is at an impasse and we may not get a satisfying conclusion to it any time soon, if at all. For a club like Liverpool it’s the worst possible scenario, as their quest for a first top flight title in 30 years is put on ice for the foreseeable future. …
10 must-watch football documentaries and films you should be streaming right now
There’s next to no football on our screens these days, what better way to fill the void in our daily lives than by gorging ourselves on some excellent football films and documentary series over the next while. The following shows and movies are available to stream online on various formats and will (hopefully) keep you …
Five of the greatest ‘Super Subs’ in Premier League history
Left out of the starting side the role of a substitute is often an unwanted one within football, but many players have developed a reputation throughout the years of influencing games when coming off the bench. The Premier League has played host to some truly memorable ‘super subs’ in its history, and we’ve decided to …
Footballing bodies extend postponement of all matches due to Coronavirus pandemic
The three main footballing authorities in England have announced that the sport will not return to action before April 30th at the earliest. In a joint statement from the Premier League, the FA and EFL on Thursday afternoon, it was revealed that the current postponement of matches will be increased by a further 27 days. …
Five of the worst players to be nominated for the Ballon d’Or
The greatest individual accolade in football, the Ballon d’Or recognises the best footballer in the world each year, with many of the game’s greats having been awarded the prestigious honour. The annual shortlist is often a collection of footballing royalty, but throughout the years we have witnessed some questionable names featuring amongst European football’s elite. …
Ranking every players to make over 100 substitute appearances in the Premier League
The role of a substitute is one most Premier League players are not particularly fond of, warming the bench after being given an initial watching brief by the man in charge. That said, the role is a unique one and players must always be ready to influence proceedings, entering the the fray from the dug-out …
Duncan Watmore: Sunderland winger set for a decisive season
Duncan Watmore's glittering career has had its fair share of set backs. The coming season could be make or break for the Sunderland winger.
Emirates FA Cup: 5 most interesting first-round fixtures
What upsets could be on the cards in the first round of this year's FA Cup?
English Football League 18/19: 5 most impressive matches of the opening afternoon
Which teams impressed on the opening day?
Twitter reacts as Chris Coleman becomes the new coach of Hebei China Fortune
On his 48th birthday, Coleman got himself a new job as the coach of Hebei China Fortune. Here is how Twitter reacted to the news.
David Moyes deserves credit for the work he’s doing at West Ham
David Moyes has been toiling away at West Ham, and here's why he deserves credit for his work with the Hammers
Nottingham Forest sack Warburton after Sunderland defeat
After one win in seven Championship matches Mark Warburton has been sacked by Nottingham Forest.
Derby signing this 25-year-old League One ace would add some much-needed defensive depth
Why Derby County should make a move for Sunderland’s Jordan Willis Back in May 2019, Coventry Live had claimed that Derby County were one of the clubs interested in signing Jordan Willis on a free transfer from Coventry City. However, no deal materialised and the defender ended up joining Sunderland. Jordan Willis, 25, came up […] More
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From Suarez-Evra tussle to this Man Utd star’s affair – The top 10 controversies in the PL over last decade
Top 10 controversies in the Premier League over the last decade Controversies are part and parcel of the modern sport and the Premier League has certainly dealt with its fair share of ups and downs over the last decade. With that in mind, here are the top 10 controversies that effectively rocked the English top-flight. […] More
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6 South American players who failed miserably in the Premier League
6 South American players who failed miserably in the Premier League Led by the likes of Brazil and Argentina from the front, South America has always been a vast storehouse of immensely talented footballers, with several of Europe’s elite clubs constantly scouring the talent-blessed continent for budding young talents. Well, probably over half of the […] More
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6 big-money Premier League flops who arrived from the Dutch Eredivisie
6 big-money Eredivisie flops in the Premier League The Premier League in England, La Liga in Spain, Bundesliga in Germany, Serie A in Italy and Ligue 1 in France are generally accepted as the top five leagues in Europe and almost all the legendary figures to have graced the beautiful game over the past century […] More
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5 of the best bargain buys in the Premier League since the turn of the decade
5 best bargain buys in the Premier League since the turn of the decade The 2019 summer transfer window has already witnessed some big-money arrivals in the Premier League. Man United have made their intentions very clear by forking out £50million for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Leicester City have paid £40million to Monaco for Youri Tielemans and […] More
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5 one-season wonders in the Premier League and what happened to them eventually
5 one-season wonders in the Premier League and what happened to them eventually When we talk about prolific goalscorers in the Premier League, the names of Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo, Robin van Persie, Luis Suarez, Didier Drogba, Alan Shearer and more recently, Mo Salah and Harry Kane come to our mind. All the aforementioned players […] More
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- Mon, 30 Mar 2020 16:45:34 +0000: The 1973 FA Cup final and The English Game – Football Weekly - Sunderland | The Guardian
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning and Jonathan Wilson discuss Sunderland v Leeds in the 1973 FA Cup final, the Belarusian Premier League, The English Game and chapter two of Detective Wilson
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We start by wrapping up the latest news stories regarding the impact of Covid-19 on the world of football, and the UK’s Stay At Home measures on Max’s home life. Continue reading...
- Sun, 29 Mar 2020 17:47:21 +0000: How will we care for the dying when hospitals are stretched beyond capacity? | Brief letters - Sunderland | The Guardian
Covid-19 | Sunderland football fans | Classic pop for coronavirus times | Could it get any worse for the PM? | Boris Johnson’s hospital promise
I could not agree with Dr Lyn Jenkins more (Boldly facing a deadly virus, Letters, 20 March). I am a rapid-response nurse in central London, seeing acutely unwell patients in their own homes, to avoid harmful admissions to hospital. I saw a 90-year-old last week dying from Covid-19. She lived alone and had no family or friends. It was decided to admit her to hospital for palliation and a humane death – essentially so she wouldn’t die alone at home. Soon the hospitals won’t have the capacity to accommodate this. How will we care for the swathes of elderly people dying at home, particularly those alone without any family?
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• As a long-suffering but loyal Sunderland fan and hence the butt of much so-called humour, it doesn’t help that the new series of Sunderland ’Til I Die airs on April Fools’ Day (Stress, spanners and dismay: another glimpse behind Sunderland’s curtain, 27 March). Continue reading...
- Fri, 27 Mar 2020 20:00:05 +0000: Stress, spanners and dismay: another glimpse behind Sunderland's curtain - Sunderland | The Guardian
Second series of Sunderland ‘Til I Die starts on Wednesday and if an Old Etonian proves entertaining, the fans are the real stars
A BBC film crew working on a Sir David Attenborough wildlife documentary once sparked controversy by rescuing several penguins trapped in a ravine from certain death. Their life-saving intervention prompted an absorbing debate on ethics and whether observers tasked with recording what was unfolding in front of them had done the right thing by flying in the face of natural selection and giving the subjects of their film a literal dig-out.
The second series of Sunderland ‘Til I Die, due to drop on Netflix on Wednesday, features a fascinating episode centred around last season’s January transfer deadline day following the club’s ignominious drop to League One after back-to-back relegations. Having been powerless to stop Josh Maja leaving for Bordeaux for little more than a pittance, the club’s owner, Stewart Donald, finds himself trapped in a highly stressful game of brinkmanship with the hierarchy at Wigan as he tries to sign a replacement striker in Will Grigg.
Related: James McClean fined by Stoke over balaclava 'history lesson' post Continue reading...
- Fri, 20 Mar 2020 14:59:16 +0000: English football should prepare for a new financial reality after coronavirus - Sunderland | The Guardian
The pandemic will have a huge financial impact on footballers, with many already fearful of losing their livelihoods
By Gavin Willacy for Playing in the Shadows
The decision of Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous to lay off all non-playing staff at the club may look drastic, but he is unlikely to be the last owner to voluntarily lower his club’s status. English football is going to have to press the reset button in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The same concerns are everywhere.
Even where TV money is the major income, revenue is going to collapse. Almost every club in the country pays players more than it should, in most cases, more than the club can really afford. Players will have to take a reality check and reduced pay cheques. The £5,000-a-week League One star has to accept his next contract could be half that, unless he can secure a move to the Championship. Instead of being offered £40,000 a year, players in League Two may have to take the national layman’s £25,000. The non-league player on £200 a game may be offered £100 next season. And so it goes.
Related: Barnet lay off all non-playing staff as club counts cost of coronavirus
Related: Wycombe's David Wheeler: 'A lot more can be done to look after players' Continue reading...
- Fri, 14 Feb 2020 14:18:57 +0000: Former England captain Dave Watson has neurodegenerative disease - Sunderland | The Guardian
- Disease ‘most likely’ result of concussions and heading ball
- Watson shone as Sunderland won the FA Cup in 1973
The former England captain Dave Watson has a neurodegenerative disease that was “most likely” brought on by head injuries and repeated heading of the ball during his playing days, his wife has said in a statement released to the PA news agency.
Penny Watson says that the 73-year-old’s consultant thinks that it is “in all probability Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy” – the disease determined as the cause of former West Brom striker Jeff Astle’s death in 2002.
Related: Can heading a football lead to dementia? The evidence is growing Continue reading...
The News Archives have been added below:
- Wed, 28 Jun 2017 15:17:05 +0000: Sunderland's Borini set for AC Milan move - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Sunderland | BBC
Sunderland striker Fabio Borini is set to join Italian giants AC Milan, according to BBC Newcastle.
- Wed, 21 Jun 2017 14:30:52 +0000: Fans withdraw Sunderland takeover bid - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Sunderland | BBC
A television production company fronted by Sunderland fans withdraws its bid to buy the club from American Ellis Short.
- Wed, 21 Jun 2017 08:00:34 +0000: Championship fixtures in full - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Sunderland | BBC
Find out your team's fixtures in the Championship during the 2017-18 season.
- Tue, 20 Jun 2017 14:21:59 +0000: Two make Sunderland takeover bids - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Sunderland | BBC
Sunderland owner Ellis Short is set to decide between two takeover bids for the Championship club.
- Sat, 17 Jun 2017 12:44:11 +0000: Sunderland assistant Bracewell leaves - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Sunderland | BBC
Sunderland assistant manager Paul Bracewell leaves the club as they prepare for life in the Championship.