Sunderland have been granted permission to talk to Preston manager Simon Grayson, while also announcing the proposed sale of the club is off.
Supporters Gabe Turner, Ben Turner and Leo Pearlman, all from Fulwell 73, had shown an interested in purchasing the Black Cats from current owner Ellis Short, but have pulled out of the running because of other commitments.
It’s no news that Sunderland AFC has been relegated to the Championship next term after a torrid season which has seen them drop to the bottom of the pit. Fans were excited by the acquisition of Jermaine Defoe but unfortunately, even he couldn’t save David Moyes and his men from the unthinkable happening. Sunderland fans […]
by Tony Leighton Manager Mick Mulhern takes charge of his new club, Sheffield FC, today with ambitions that go way beyond a potential third-round FA Cup victory over Leicester City. Mulhern is planning to make Women’s Super League newcomers Sheffield into the force that his previous club Sunderland became in his 15 years at the […]
By Hugo Varley Over the weekend several media sources reported that new Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce may be interested in bringing current Southend United manager Phil Brown to the North East as his assistant. The pair worked together for six years at Bolton Wanderers and are understood to still be close. Brown was also born […]
The FLP sits down with the Chairboys manager to talk happiness, backroom staff ringers and dreaming of the Championship…
The prolific strike partnership Eoin Doyle and Jerry Yates are back at the Robins
Here’s what features in FLP #438… TAKING THE LONG ROAD: Hull striker Tom Eaves on his winding journey to get back to football’s top tiers ON THE UP: Hard-grafting Stoke manager Michael O’Neill explains how he’s pulled the Potters off the floor AIMING HIGH: We take an in-depth look at how Nottingham Forest are attempting to […]
Defender Paddy McNair shares reasoning for believing Jonathan Woodgate can guide Boro up the Championship table
It’s well known that Old Trafford is the largest stadium in the Premier League. A fact that is perhaps not so well known is that the biggest football stadium in the world is actually located in North Korea, seems bizarre but it’s true. In fact, the full capacity crowds at Old Trafford and Goodison Park […]