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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by Blond Bombshell, Dec 18, 2020.
Only over the road, striker with 7.5 league goals a year. Exactly what we need
Twitter talk is around Preston striker Jayden Stockley
Yeah heard that today
I don’t agree. We need rid of others.
We absolutely have to keep diamond. He is a regular starter, has been one of our best players so it makes no sense letting him drop to league 2. Neil there is probably more of a debate but with sheer volume of games and injuries he could do a job here
Any post match updates regarding signings?
Sounds like that’s a no .... @Magnus @Prehab26
Sanderson saying in todays Echo he has no intention of returning to Wolves. If we can get promotion I would like to think we have a chance of keeping him.
Great news, we don't have many who are championship standard but he would do nicely
Brighton and Hove Albion will sanction player exit as young Seagulls ace tipped to join Sunderland
League One duo Sunderland and Hull City are eyeing up a move for Preston North End striker Jayden Stockley, recruitment sources have exclusively informed Football League World.
Is Kevin Phillips just rent a quote for football insider nowadays?
I started a Shut Up Kevin thread a few months back as I'd got so sick of the cheap journalism
Is it just my suspicious mind, or have Graham and Grigg happen to have injuries during the transfer window, making it less likely they will be sold...
To be fair mate nothing they could do would make it less likely for them to be sold
CRAWLEY Town will resist offers for striker Tom Nichols having already lost fellow front man Max Watters to Cardiff City.
Watters joined the Bluebirds for a deal worth up to £1m last week and Nichols is now being linked with a move away from Broadfield Stadium - with Sunderland said to be showing an interest.
The former Exeter City man, who played alongside the Black Cats’ assistant head coach Jamie McAllister, and has netted ten times in 24 games for the League Two side this term.
after tonight i can see Wyke Embleton etc pissing off, we are screwed now and we will be in this league for years.
25 decent signings in this window and there is still a chance
If there is a God Wyke will **** off
Sunderland are reportedly interested in signing AFC Wimbledon left-back Paul Osew according to The Telegraph.
The 20-year-old has been restricted to just three first-team appearances this season, and is wanted by Lee Johnson’s side, as well as Wycombe Wanderers and Salford City.