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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-03-14, 12:00 pm

Sunderland fans far and wide seem quick to condemn Mr Short but they are wrong and our present owners are quickly and unfairly tarnishing the image that took so long to build under the Short regime.

Under Mr Short we became known far and wide as a kind, caring giving club built on solid foundations.


  • To take in players others did not want, pay high fees to help other clubs, pay high wages to ensure family security.
  • To let players leave at low or even free transfers to enable them to live were they wanted to even if that was to the determent of our club.
  • To ensure that younger players had short contracts to help them move on if they showed any promise
  • In Mr Rodwell's case to ensure he continued to receive his modest weekly wage even when on extended holiday, very extended.
  •  To make sure that players continue to play and receive wages even when potential sex crimes against under age girls are known.


Just look at the contrast under the new owners, 


  • Paying the minimum in transfer fees, Grigg apart.
  • Paying wages of around £5,000 a week to ensure players struggle with their weekly shop
  • Employing a manager so cruel that he expects players to train and play if selected, even when DFS have a sale on.
  • To encourage fans with little money to spend on weekends in London and expensive cheesy chips on Wembley Way.
  • To encourage potential sexual abuse my women and some men by employing Luke O'Nien.
  • And even talk of insisting young players sign longer contracts and committing to the club who taught them all they know.



Lets insist on a statue of Mr Short next to Mr Stokoe.

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Post  Guest on 2019-03-15, 12:31 am

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2019-03-15, 1:10 am

cyprussyd wrote:Sunderland fans far and wide seem quick to condemn Mr Short but they are wrong and our present owners are quickly and unfairly tarnishing the image that took so long to build under the Short regime.

Under Mr Short we became known far and wide as a kind, caring giving club built on solid foundations.


  • To take in players others did not want, pay high fees to help other clubs, pay high wages to ensure family security.
  • To let players leave at low or even free transfers to enable them to live were they wanted to even if that was to the determent of our club.
  • To ensure that younger players had short contracts to help them move on if they showed any promise
  • In Mr Rodwell's case to ensure he continued to receive his modest weekly wage even when on extended holiday, very extended.
  •  To make sure that players continue to play and receive wages even when potential sex crimes against under age girls are known.


Just look at the contrast under the new owners, 


  • Paying the minimum in transfer fees, Grigg apart.
  • Paying wages of around £5,000 a week to ensure players struggle with their weekly shop
  • Employing a manager so cruel that he expects players to train and play if selected, even when DFS have a sale on.
  • To encourage fans with little money to spend on weekends in London and expensive cheesy chips on Wembley Way.
  • To encourage potential sexual abuse my women and some men by employing Luke O'Nien.
  • And even talk of insisting young players sign longer contracts and committing to the club who taught them all they know.



Lets insist on a statue of Mr Short next to Mr Stokoe.
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That Sir, Is one of your more legendary posts of ALL time.  Welcome back to Sundermad.tea

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Post  Hieronymus on 2019-03-15, 9:02 am

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:Sunderland fans far and wide seem quick to condemn Mr Short but they are wrong and our present owners are quickly and unfairly tarnishing the image that took so long to build under the Short regime.

Under Mr Short we became known far and wide as a kind, caring giving club built on solid foundations.


  • To take in players others did not want, pay high fees to help other clubs, pay high wages to ensure family security.
  • To let players leave at low or even free transfers to enable them to live were they wanted to even if that was to the determent of our club.
  • To ensure that younger players had short contracts to help them move on if they showed any promise
  • In Mr Rodwell's case to ensure he continued to receive his modest weekly wage even when on extended holiday, very extended.
  •  To make sure that players continue to play and receive wages even when potential sex crimes against under age girls are known.


Just look at the contrast under the new owners, 


  • Paying the minimum in transfer fees, Grigg apart.
  • Paying wages of around £5,000 a week to ensure players struggle with their weekly shop
  • Employing a manager so cruel that he expects players to train and play if selected, even when DFS have a sale on.
  • To encourage fans with little money to spend on weekends in London and expensive cheesy chips on Wembley Way.
  • To encourage potential sexual abuse my women and some men by employing Luke O'Nien.
  • And even talk of insisting young players sign longer contracts and committing to the club who taught them all they know.



Lets insist on a statue of Mr Short next to Mr Stokoe.
lol!

That Sir, Is one of your more legendary posts of ALL time.  Welcome back to Sundermad.tea
Yes, indeed. Made me LOL too!
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