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Quiet end of season for some, not us.

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Post  vinkel on 2017-05-29, 10:45 am

Lots of players, managers, directors will be winding down looking to their hols. Not at SAFC though. The next few weeks could be make or break time for us. True we have been relegated before, but not in the way we find ourselves this time. Mr Short has got us well and truly in the smelly.
So can Mr Bain find the right man to turn things round, will Short find a buyer. Surely no buyer will be better than a bad buyer, better the devil you know, is that right or wrong. Some big big decisions to be made the coming weeks lets hope we manage to get it right.

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Post  oldblackcat on 2017-05-29, 1:27 pm

First thing we need sorting asap is the manager.....whoever it is will have a busy time before we have the players back for pre-season training......and my opinion is that no buyer is better than any buyer,after all we could end up with another set of Venkys...and we know how well they changed things at Blackburn Shocked
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-29, 4:38 pm

vinkel wrote:Lots of players, managers, directors will be winding down looking to their hols. Not at SAFC though. The next few weeks could be make or break time for us. True we have been relegated before, but not in the way we find ourselves this time. Mr Short has got us well and truly in the smelly.
So can Mr Bain find the right man to turn things round, will Short find a buyer. Surely no buyer will be better than a bad buyer, better the devil you know, is that right or wrong. Some big big decisions to be made the coming weeks lets hope we manage to get it right.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-29, 4:55 pm

SUNDERLAND are hoping to hold a formal interview with Derek McInnes in the next 48 hours as their hunt for a new manager steps up a gear.


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SUNDERLAND are hoping to hold a formal interview with Derek McInnes in the next 48 hours as their hunt for a new manager steps up a gear.
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