Posts Tagged "Sunderland"

Match Of The Week: Sunderland 1-0 West Ham United

By on Dec 6, 2010 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

They could have been forgiven for believing that they had turned a corner, of sorts. Going into this afternoon’s match at the Stadium Of Light, West Ham United had won two straight matches following a run of just one win since the end of September. Now that this particular semi-inflated balloon has been pricked, though, a feeling of claustrophobia has begun to...

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The Premier League Previews 2010/11, Part 15: Sunderland – An Unknown Quantity

The Premier League Previews 2010/11, Part 15: Sunderland – An Unknown Quantity

By on Aug 11, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 7 comments

They spent four years bouncing between the Premier League and the Championship, the rubber ball that is Sunderland finally seems to be coming to rest. The question now facing Steve Bruce is how to make the next leap forward and take his team into the top half of the table. The jury, currently, is out on whether he will be able to manage it this season and, for...

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The Monday Morning Links Emporium

The Monday Morning Links Emporium

By on May 31, 2010 in Latest | 2 comments

After a week long hiatus, The Monday Links Emporium is back, and this morning we feature something that will probably make you spit coffee out of your nose, some bizarre goings on at Kettering, a potted history of the World Cup for beginners and The Football Club That Ate Essex™. Don’t forget, we are always interested in any links that you find for this...

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Manchester City Scrape The Goalkeeping Barrel

Manchester City Scrape The Goalkeeping Barrel

By on Apr 26, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 17 comments

The last couple of days must have been filled with conflicting emotions for Gunnar Nielsen. The twenty-three year old Faroese goalkeeper became the first person from his home island to play Premier League football when he stepped in to replace Shay Given during Manchester City’s 0-0 draw against Arsenal on Saturday, but today he could be forgiven to starting...

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Football In The Regions: The North-East

By on Oct 21, 2009 in History, Latest | 0 comments

Fifty years after it first went on air, Tyne Tees Television is now a mere relic. A name from the past. Along with almost all of the other ITV regions, the company name all but vanished from our screens in October 2002 when ITV did away with its regional network and finally merged together as one lumpen mass. Tyne Tees was often criticised as an ITV company for the...

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