Sunderland

20th Premier League | 4-14-3
  • Goals For
    17th
    20 GF
  • Assists
    20th
    8 GA
  • Shots
    15th
    149 Shots
  • Saves
    1st
    95 SAV
  • Saga over: Saido Berahino finally has a new home video
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    Saga over: Saido Berahino finally has a new home video

    What in the world is the transfer rumor mill going to do without Saido Berahino? Linked with a move away from West Brom for the better part of two years, the English striker has been freed from the bad graces of Tony Pulis and has joined Stoke City on a five-and-a-half year deal. Berahino, 23, was sold for $15 million, a fee that could rise as high as $19 million. West Brom has previously rejected bids from Spurs amongst others that reached as high as $31 million. It’s a smart, calculated risk for Mark Hughes and Stoke, who have not been able to get over the mid-table hump and encroach on European competition. Berahino scored 14 PL goals in 2014-15, a figure that rose to 20 when including all

  • SAFC TransferWipe: Brady bid looks dead; Free agent in for trial & Deal for midfielder 'close'
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    SAFC TransferWipe: Brady bid looks dead; Free agent in for trial & Deal for midfielder 'close'

    Moyes Dampens Expectation, But Did He Go Too Far? In his weekly press conference this morning, David Moyes admitted he won't be able to sign any players in the January transfer window who will make a "big difference". Certainly it is clear the Sunderland manager is working under the tightest financial restriction seen at the Stadium of Light for a number of years, and indeed probably in the entire Premier League this season - perhaps barring Hull City. But with his words now poured over and analysed, it wasn't all doom, even if there was a healthy dose of gloom in there. Let's start with the negative: I think I’d be kidding you on if I told you that the players we’re going to bring in in January

  • Fan Focus: 'Big Vic Sunderland's main threat if fit', says Baggies fan Mark Thomas!
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    Fan Focus: 'Big Vic Sunderland's main threat if fit', says Baggies fan Mark Thomas!

    RF: When we spoke back in September you said that most Baggies fans would be happy to see Tony Pulis part ways with the club. Since then though, you've really picked up and are 8th in the league. Is Big Tone back in everyone's good books now? MT: I certainly wouldn't say everybody. There's still a good number of fans that would like to see the back of him as soon as possible but the club's recent form and league position has certainly quietened a few of his critics. All fans wanted really was to be able to enjoy games a little more. There's only so many ultra-defensive displays you can watch before it gets tiresome yet that was seemingly the team's tactic week after week for a spell. This season