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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-08-07, 11:19 am

Sunderland’s opening game of the season dominated the headlines this weekend, as Simon Grayson’s tenure on Wearside began with a 1-1 draw against Derby County.
Broadcast live on Sky Sports, the Stadium of Light hosted the start of the Football League season and the pundits were left impressed.
Former Black Cat Wes Brown was on hand to offer his opinion, and he hailed a former team-mate.
“Lee was a very good captain today, he put all the passion into it and it rubs off on the players.
“They started well and had a goal against the run of play against them. They managed to get back into it and kept on going.”
He added: “I think Lee was the best example of that.
“The fans were happy and they gave a lot today.”
Former Newcastle United and Middlesbrough boss Steve McLaren was also in the studio, adding that Grayson will have been pleased by the ‘excellent’ Black Cats.
“I thought Sunderland were excellent throughout.
“I think out of the two managers he (Grayson) will be happier not just with the result but the performance.”
Elsewhere, Jeremain Lens ended his two-year stay at the Stadium of Light by moving to Turkish side Besiktas.
And [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], with the weekend’s team sheets offering food for thought.
Ross McCormack and Tony Elphick were both absent as Aston Villa opened their campaign with a 1-1 draw against Hull City, with Aden Flint, Joe Lolley and Jordan Hugill – all linked with Sunderland – starting from the bench.
But a return to Wearside for [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], with the striker set for Ipswich Town after Rangers reportedly accepted a bid for the striker.

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