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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-02-14, 7:37 pm

Sunderland's managing director praises the work of Jack Ross and issues message to supporters
Tony Davison, who is a Sunderland fan as well as being a director, has praised the 'togetherness' the Scot has managed to bring to the club

Sean McCormick

  • 08:53, 14 FEB 2019

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Sunderland managing director Tony Davison has praised the work of Jack Ross this season.
The Black Cats' promotion bid has encountered a few bumps in 2019 and Tuesday's 1-1 draw with Blackpool represented a sixth draw in their last eight league games.

It means that Sunderland sit four points adrift of the automatic promotion places, albeit with a game in hand, and for many it felt like a missed opportunity to close the gap on Tuesday evening.

Nonetheless, the draw meant Sunderland maintained their unbeaten home record in League One and Davison, who is a fan as well as a director, has paid testament to the job the Scot has done since arriving from St Mirren in the summer.
“After a busy festive schedule, the last two weeks have presented a good opportunity to reflect on how far we have come this season, while also looking forward to what is shaping up to be a climactic end to the campaign," Davison told the matchday programme ahead of the draw with Blackpool.
“We remain unbeaten on home soil, and as a Sunderland supporter I’m immensely proud of the transformation that has taken place on and off the pitch during the last six months.

“Thanks to the hard work of our staff and our fans, the Stadium of Light has been restored to its former glory, and fittingly, Jack Ross and his players have once again made it a fortress.
“Togetherness has been the key throughout the season, and it will be integral to any success we enjoy between now and May.”

Davison also praised Sunderland's supporters and reiterated that Sunderland's 'togetherness' that has served them so well this season stretches in to the stands.

He added: “I would encourage you to show your support for the club in any and every way you can, from singing loud and proud throughout the game to showing your colours at home and on the road.
“From families to businesses we all have a part to play in ensuring we take this football club, and in turn the city, where we all want it to go.
“You are Sunderland and you are what makes it so special, so between now and the end of the campaign, keep that at the forefront of your support.”

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