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The next few weeks are vital

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The next few weeks are vital

Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-01, 12:05 pm

With the club in meltdown and many fans ready to give up on match days everything surrounding Sunderland is understandable doom, gloom and fear for the future.


However bad the fans may feel there are people on a long bank holiday after being made redundant last Friday and many more will be wondering if they are next.

A character who we laugh at and fondly call "The Fat Controller" because his job is to guide the coachers into position in the car park, he takes it very seriously. Sadly he told us on Saturday that this was his last day, one of many who are not to blame in any way for our sorry state but who is paying the price.


Moyes talks of meeting with Short and Bains, Short talks of his plan, well if we are to restore any faith we, the fans, need to know who will be manager and what the plan is. Short can't guarantee a successful return to the premier league but he can paint the picture of further decline if its sell the best and replace with bargain basement buys that no other clubs want.

Our recent big buys like Fletcher, Johnson and Rodwell have failed to inspire and three of our better buys, well what can we say.

Kone wants out and has done since Moyes arrived.
Kirchhoff is world class but there is a reason we got him for 75,000.
Khazri, well who knows about Khazri.


We are still a big club but a club with a tarnished reputation, get the next few weeks wrong and we will soon be saying,"I can remember when we were a big club with big crowds".

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