WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
24%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
25%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
48%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



Leonard Hatred 10:47 Mon May 9
Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Just noticed there are no BAME players in this game.

That is unusual.

The only black person involved is the Sheffield Wednesday manager.

That is even more unusual.

I am interesting.

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VirginiaHam 1:37 Wed May 11
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Lee Trundle 6:15 Tue May 10

It's a brilliant watch, and I ended up feeling very sorry for the Sunderland supporters. Having to put up with Rodwell collecting 70k a week for nothing followed by Maja being sold under the table was ghastly.

Worth pointing out that permission to film was only granted by the American owner to help him sell Sunderland.

Know-nothing wanker.

only1billybonds 8:19 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Trunds.

Agree, STID is a great watch, basket case of a club at the time and hard not to think that at times they havnt deserved the support they have got.

Rossal 6:26 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Was pretty mad seeing Behrahino, Jack Clarke and Patrick Roberts in a league one play off game. All tipped for big things not so long ago.....Roberts was meant to be a England regular by now. Could even add Alex Pritchard to that list.

Lee Trundle 6:15 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Sunderland Til I Die is a must watch for all football fans.

It's mental how they were run.

El Scorchio 5:24 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
They seem like proper diehards- just like when Man City were pulling in big crowds in the third tier. One of the big reasons I don't begrudge them their success now, unlike the fairweathers at the likes of Chelsea.

Leonard Hatred 5:13 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
I moved to Sunderland last summer. Been to a few games at the SOL. Crowd is always 30k+ (in the third division) and always a brilliant, noisy atmosphere.

El Scorchio 4:44 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Glad to see them win. I've always disliked Sheffield Wednesday for some reason, and have got a massive soft spot for Sunderland since Sunderland Til I Die was a thing and seen all the crazy shit their loyal fans have suffered through. Seven consecutive losses at Wembley until last year is an extraordinary record.

Really hope they win the playoffs.

ludo21 4:28 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Lost out on my 'build a bet' Paddy Power acca as Sheffield Wednesday couldn't get more than three shots on target... in a wild moment of optimism I said they would get 4... Wednesday only have themselves to blame and didn't deserve to get through.

Leonard Hatred 1:11 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
If the first half hadn't been so dreary and turgid I probably wouldn't have noticed it.

only1billybonds 1:03 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Iv'e never heard anyone else say the game is becoming a 'black sport'. If thats your view then fair enough,you're entitled to it.
As for black managers on the increase,i'll be surprised if there are as many as 10 throughout the whole of the football league.
And i really am stuck to think of a West Ham 11 that was almost a completely black team.

Sydney_Iron 1:01 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Whenever I watch a game of football I can honestly say I never notice the colour of the players? Its meaningless to me, same as going to the Supermarket, Pub, Restaurant, I don’t have a look and think not many black people here? Or loads of black people here!

Society needs to get over this colour of skin obsession; perhaps if they did it would be a better world.

Wils 12:50 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
only1billybonds wrote...

"I find your post baffling?"

What's baffling? Just something I noticed, like the OP posting about the Sunderland game. So thought it was relevant.

only1billybonds 12:46 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Wils.

I find your post baffling?

Unless you're on a (very poor) fishing trip.

BRANDED 12:43 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Competition?

Wils 12:37 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
I have noticed that there has been.a bit of a decline in black players in general. A while ago it looked like football was becoming a black sport with some teams like Palace and even West Ham putting out almost completely black teams. I wonder what is behind that especially as it is coming at a time when black managers are on the increase.

The Stoat 12:28 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Was impressed with Jack Clarke on loan from Spurs

Browno22 12:10 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
My lad is Saido Berahino

Briano 12:06 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
My lad was at Fulham with Patrick Roberts

only1billybonds 12:04 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Different world up there,£6 for a Peroni or Amstel where i am.

Leonard Hatred 12:02 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
£3 is average here.

only1billybonds 12:00 Tue May 10
Re: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
How much they charging for a pint Len?

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