Sunderland manager Jack Ross has dismissed the ongoing speculation surrounding the future of Tom Flanagan. The 27-year-old has been in impressive form for the Black Cats, who are currently in the automatic promotion spots in the League 1 and this has recently caught the attention of Swansea City ahead of the winter transfer window.
However, when asked on the gossip, Ross happened to rebuff the claims by suggesting that the player’s gossip can be compared to that Josh Maya earlier in the campaign. He added that the club could be tempered by a significant transfer offer during the winter period but his stance remains to keep hold of the defender, who has formed a formidable partnership with Jack Baldwin at the heart of the club’s backline. Continue reading “Sunderland manager dismisses speculation”
Fulwell73’s Leo Pearlman has thanked former Sunderland chief executive Martin Bain for his help with the upcoming documentary, and says he had an ‘impossible task’ at the club.
Pearlman is an executive director for the upcoming eight-part Netflix documentary which goes behind-the-scenes at the Wearside club during their disastrous 2017/2018 season. Continue reading “FULWELL73 THANKS SUNDERLAND CHIEF MARTIN BAIN”
Sunderland manager Chris Coleman has said that Jack Rodwell will have to fight his way through in order to revive his career at the Stadium of Light. The 26-year-old joined the Black Cats from Manchester City back in the summer of 2014, and he has since failed to establish himself as a regular.
Injuries and poor form have restricted the England international to just 44 league starts, and he has managed just two outings for the Wearside club this season. Speaking in the lead up to the Burton game, Coleman stressed that Rodwell is accountable for his own failures, and he will have to work his way out of the rut. Continue reading “Coleman: Rodwell’s future in his hands”