Sunderland Favourites Confirms Takeover Plans For Club

Former Sunderland star Michael Gray has hinted that the Black Cats are likely to be under a new ownership prior to their next campaign in League One. The Wearside outfit endured a difficult return to the Championship earlier this season and it has eventually ended with them suffering their second relegation in as many seasons.

Despite this, Gray has provided a positive update for the fans by confirming that owner Ellis Short has offers in place to sell the club, he told TalkSPORT: “There’s light at the end of the tunnel, put it that way. There’s going to be a bit of excitement at the club over the next two or three weeks – that’s all I can say about it. I’m quite excited about. Something needs to get done quickly – it’ll put smiles back on people’s faces and get them going back to the stadium. It’s a plan – it’s not going to happen overnight. But I think it’s something to look forward to.” Continue reading “Sunderland Favourites Confirms Takeover Plans For Club”

Chris Coleman Hails The Mentality Of One Sunderland Player

Sunderland head coach Chris Coleman has praised the performance of George Honeyman following the Black Cats’ 1-0 league defeat at the hands of Queens Park Rangers last weekend. The 23-year-old has been a bright spark for the Wearsiders in an otherwise hugely disappointing campaign, and was recalled to the starting lineup for the away game at Loftus Road.


The Black Cats currently find themselves rooted to the bottom of the table with nine games left, and they are facing the distinct possibility of consecutive relegations unless they find a way to start winning games. Only four points separate the basement club from 21st-placed Barnsley, but their performances at the back have been miserable of late, to the extent that they have had to come to score three goals in order to pick up a draw against Middlesbrough last month.
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