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10 Jan 2017 15:37:58
Being a Sunderland suporter during the transfer window is soul destroying - the board say we can't afford to bring in new players but the reallity is we can't afford not to - we need new blood of premier league quallity and we need it fast - yet all we get are excuses - being relligated will cost far more than a couple of players! - if he hasn't got the money Ellis Short needs to find an investor who has.

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10 Jan 2017 16:03:12
It's not the transfer fees that's the issue, it's the wage cap. We can't pay more wages than we are, we can't even bring our loan players back as we'd be in trouble with the FFP rules. Unless we sell someone or short manages to jiggle the books a bit we're really screwed due to year after year of patching a team that has made a mess of it entirely. We can't risk point deductions, or transfer embargos or even at the worst automatic relegation.

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10 Jan 2017 18:25:24
so shift a few to make room - get rid on manquillo? - shift either Borini or Defoe - get rid of oshey / pinaer / larson - because they will all go when we get demoted - the point is we have to do something unless we believe these - guys will turn round our season - for me it is only madness to let Defoe go if we do not replace him - I would rather see Anicheby through the centre rather than out on the wing (to accommodate Defoe through the middle! ) - he would be more of a handfull for the centre halves than Defoe! - as much as I like Defoe, I believe the rest of our play is compromised because of him - If he could get the same number of goals as a secondary striker to Anicheby or similar then I would believe he was irreplacible - and we would get the best from Anicheby - What ever the whys and wherefors - we can't afford to go down without a fight - so only sell if we have a replacement - but to me we will only fail if we fail to act - because 20 goals from Defoe won't save us!

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10 Jan 2017 21:39:35
Getting rid is all well and good, how though? Their wages alone make them entirely unattractive to other teams, then would we be able to replace them in time? As it stands we can't even get someone before we sell as we can't pay them till we see, it's a catch 22 our only option would be direct swaps, which would probably end up with us again paying part of their wages for the remainer of their contracts which we're still doing now for some who've left.
As for defoe, if we play 90% long balls to him he'll never amount to much, he's an entire foot shorter than most defenders. It's a stupid idea no matter how you spin it. Which makes it even more crazy that at least three managers have persisted with it. With a tall forward he at least gets near the ball more which is much better, as it stands though he's pretty much our only hope atm.

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11 Jan 2017 09:59:38
Agree with what you say about Defoe - that's why I say play Anicheby in the Defoe role as Anicheby would be far more effective there - and if that means Defoe is then less effective as a secondary striker than say Borini (who is currently shoved out to the wings) - then sell Defoe - offers have been made and wages would be freed to bring in new blood -
Or alternativly we can just leave it as it is - let Defoe score 20 goals for us as the main target man - and still go down because the rest of our play is in effective!

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11 Jan 2017 10:25:28
In Short what I am trying to say is Defoe in the main striker's role is a major asset infront of goal but a burden as to how the whole team play to accommodate him.

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13 Jan 2017 11:15:04
Sunderland have no one else the team is rubbish and we all know that, we need a full middfield and one or two more strikers as well as 3-4 defenders but that takes money witch we don't have and never will have because elis short is wanting out of the club and is not going to spend much more on us

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15 Jan 2017 00:41:14
Another inept performance against a poor Stoke team! the whole club is a joke! Moyes never uses the kids on the bench he needs to go now!

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15 Jan 2017 13:44:00
I was appalled at the display yesterday against Stoke. How can you expect to win a Premier League game with two village idiots on your team Djilobodji and Love.

Borini should have been subbed at half time pathetic but would you want and Italian in the tranches when you need battlers

They are simply not good enough and who bought them Moyes.

Moyes must be sacked ASAP but it will not happen because of Bain and Short.

They did not even compete and I feel sorry for Januszai who is like a thoroughbred playing with selling platers

Short you poxy face give Sunderland back to the supporters and we will play Co Durham Lads who would walk to play for Sunderland and I can pick a team from the Northern league where my son plays

If you look at history the only time Sunderland have been successful a majority of the team were North East born 1973 70% of the squad was local

Get rid of all the foreigners who do not want to play for Sunderland and give local lads a chance who know what Sunderland mean to the local population would would give 110%

When I was leaving the premier concourse I noticed a portrait of Shack and Raich Carter what must they be thinking

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04 Jan 2017 03:18:01
Fenerbahce will offer Sunderland Defender Gregory Van Der Wiel, and Striker Emmanuel Emenike for Jeremain Lens.

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17 Nov 2016 23:54:29
I see M, villa is in talks to join us on loan for the rest of the season? and subject to us staying up in a permanent deal? well question is if that's true how much money are we going to pat Rubuen his club? is it Poundland negotiations again?

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30 Sep 2016 18:18:28
Hi eds

Any chance of allardyce going back to sunderland?

{Ed002's Note - No, that won't be happening DSG.}

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04 Oct 2016 23:27:36
More chance of Elvis signing for us lol . mind with the growing injury list Nial Quinn may be putting his boots on for us soon!

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30 Aug 2016 12:22:26
So here we go again! Of course, club must be practically bankrupt- as reflected by a summer transfer season that has seen 17 players leave and only six arrive, but impact on first team squad is especially depressing. Three regular members of the team gone, three more with injuries that might keep them out till we are once again established at the foot of the table.

Only three first team players in - two on loan and the other on a one-year pre-retirement contract. And again desperately trying to find anyone who will come here at the last minute, when quality is poor and prices are highest. It can't be Moyes' fault, because he has not been here long enough and besides, we have seen it all before. But if you are a struggling team and you don't send clear messages that you intend to improve by making early and quality signings, then you can expect to be left scrambling for the players nobody else wants as the window closes.

Did not Sam tell us in June that the club would make sure that we were not in this position again? Maybe he would still be here if he had been able to make key signings at the beginning of the summer, instead of being made to wait till the end of season 'sale' of left-over stock!

Short has presided over so many false dawns that it is impossible to believe any real progress is possible till he goes. We are a poor side, with an even poorer administration- little wonder no-one wants to come here.

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30 Aug 2016 13:25:17
Totally agree, we are again a laughing stock of a club, no more excuses or complex reasons for this load of crap, the fans have been taken for fools once again!

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30 Aug 2016 18:44:53
Agree to both above comments! the simple truth IMO is we aren't offering the sort of money the clubs or players want so its Poundland shopping again and as history has shown that's a recipe for relegation! what more annoying is that other so called big clubs like Stoke lol . cash spend vast sums on the quality of player that will keep them in the premiership! I feel sorry for Moyes as he's trying to sign these players but restricted by the penny pinching management of S. A. F. C . again as already said this club is a joke and run by people who don't care about the club and more importantly . THE SUPPORTERS . we deserve better!

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30 Aug 2016 22:54:41
I see we are now after a French midfielder to replace Lens? so why do we find a replacement FIRST before we sold Lens? . AND does that mean Kone will now be transferred to pay for this Frenchman? . time will tell! We always do things back to front at this club!

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29 Aug 2016 09:17:50
this might make light of the plight
Ellis Short ready to sell according to the Mirror

goo.gl/AcXdTl

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29 Aug 2016 18:44:21
I hope he does Roker Roar because the club is £138 million in debt through his stupidity and the clowns he has surrounded himself with

Who would have Margaret Byrne as a Ceo, Hutchinson as a Commercial Director and the latest appointment Bain a former male model who is bald as a brick. What was he modelling hairpieces

The man is a laughing stock and the sooner he sells the better and he can be a recluse Short as he has always wanted.

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30 Aug 2016 18:40:04
Just gets worse! Of those with an equally poor start, Palace, who have already strengthened thoughtfully added Loic Remy today, while Burnley took Bamford from Chelsea. Of those we expected to be scrapping at the bottom as the season progresses, 'Boro nipped in for Chamberlain, while Hull have signed Mason and Keane, as well as a GK Marshall, and Swansea have picked up Mawson- another player we were rumoured to have an interest in. Meanwhile we have failed to land taregets from Seville, Man City, Chelsea, Spurs, Liverpool and God knows where else in the space of 12 hours! come the end of the season we may well be wondering why we let one of our more creative players and (given we have so few players who seem to know where the net is) someone we have to regard as a regular goalscorer and source of assists go out on loan before we had recruited anyone who could do either to replace him. Is there any chance we could send Short on loan to a Turkish club, or Bain to the Conference South.?
Does anyone manage the club's transfer strategy? Does the club even have a strategy, because there has been precious little evidence of one for a good six seasons now. The continuing failure of the club to match the passion and commitment of the supporters- either in the boardroom or on the field- is a disgrace.

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30 Aug 2016 18:46:55
Good Riddance Ellis! I just wish a mega rich middle eastern football lover would buy the club ( like Man City) and bring the glory days back to this once famous club!

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24 Aug 2016 22:49:54
Twitter Page have confirmed Javier Manquillo medical.

Wonder if moyes preferred him to Yedlin would of thought the same price tag or not far off for both players.

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18 Aug 2016 15:02:46
Whatever happened to Yann M'vila and DeAndre Yedlin? Are they coming, or what?

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19 Aug 2016 00:00:56
Now Kaboul is going! one has to question whether Kone and Kaboul would have stayed if Big Sam was still here? do these players want to play under Moyes? and what is the real reason these players want to leave? . the timing of these players leaving is embarrassing! we as a club are becoming a laughing stock! whos next to leave Defoe? and where are the players ere promised?

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19 Aug 2016 10:13:11
Yedlin to Villa for £3 million? why can't we do that?

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20 Aug 2016 09:48:55
Kaboul leaving is not for football reasons, his child has been ill for a while now and he's made the decision to return to London so his child can get the care they need. as for m'villa, personal terms are agreed and as good as signed, however His club want £6mil for a player who's contract runs out at Christmas, so Sunderland feel £6mil is a bit pricey for a player they could sign for free in less than 6 months. and onto kone, notes wants him to stay and feels he is a key member of the defence (which he so obviously is) however, he wanted to sort out new players coming in before offering a new contract as he believed Kone was willing to wait until the window rubbish to get a new contract, his hand has now been forced by Everton and the contract has been offered (something around £50,000 a week) now the choice is with Kone.

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20 Aug 2016 10:49:05
M'vila is apparently on a pre-contract for Jan, hopefully they'll realise that some money now is better than none in Jan.

As for Yedlin, hopefully they're still working towards him, however it seems since we've tried for a few (allegedly) so who knows at this point. 11 days left or so, we need a good 4 players shesh never easy being a Sunderland fan.

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23 Aug 2016 18:31:20
lol this must be a joke Yedlin , he's in newcastle now having a med that just tells us all we are penny pinching club its the same every season paper talk nothing else we never sign the players we link with the best is still to come yet lens sold on thursday, kone next then we sign some bloke from championship for a mil roll on this season top 10 lol.

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12 Aug 2016 00:02:50
Apparently we now hear Kone has submitted a written transfer request? . if that's true then Moyes and Short have a lot of explaining to do towards the fans as Kone has indicated he was promised a new contract at the end of last season! if this is true i'm just amazed at the TOTAL lack of ambition at this club! and the fact Moyes dosent think or identify Kone as a good enough player to keep? . tottaly ridiculous!

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12 Aug 2016 00:52:16
True however put some perspective on it stokoe. Kone still has another 3 and a half year leftnon his current contract. It is his and/ or agents greed that have pushed Sunderland into a lose/ lose corner.

Give him a contract and show the rest of the squad that player power is rife and wins or refuse him the contract and get a replacement in with the fee. Unfortunately it is easy to blame short for this and he will share the blame but sadly Kone has totally lost my respect for this.

No one is bigger than the club and we will move on from this. No footballer should think they warrant a new contract consideringnhow much money they are on on the first place. Sad times if player power trumps our club.

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12 Aug 2016 13:20:29
Moyes has said he'll be offered one on the 1st of September, whether that's good enough for Kone is still to be seen. It'd be financial suicide to offer him one during the transfer window as sign on fees usually are in the millions for player and agent. Especially suicidal if he leaves before the window closes anyway. I honestly don't understand why he was even offered one in the first place, 4 years his contract was and it was good enough for him to come last year, it does smack of greed *shugs*. We will see what we see I guess.

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12 Aug 2016 23:32:12
Strange one this? looks after Moyes interview that Kones agent is trying to get his player more wages! typical agents greed! . IMO I think that if Kone wants to remain at this club he will sign! if not good riddance! . I thought Moyes was quite honest in his Press conference! quite impressed actually!

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13 Aug 2016 01:24:09
It stinks of a greedy agent. I would kindly thank Everton for their offer, refuse it, and play Kone in the reserves. I don't think he could handle that for 3 1/ 2 years! And tell his stinking agent not to come within 20 miles of Sunderland ever again!

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13 Aug 2016 02:11:16
Safcwill if you believe the agent is to blame why would you play our best cb in reserves? Players trust their agent and will follow their advice. You can't punish Kone for doing what every other player does. Advise him to cha he his agent however. STOKOE is right if he wants to be here he will be simple as that let's just see what happens.

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13 Aug 2016 10:48:04
Agree FTM! if he wants to leave let him go! . but try and get as much for him as we can! . I still think £18 million is peanuts in the current transfer rate! I also hear he's going to be fined? which is good, shows Moyes won't accept one player is bigger than the club!

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13 Aug 2016 14:18:25
I am shocked that we are ready to accept only 18m which is a joke.

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16 Aug 2016 12:29:40
Can someone explain WHY Moyes is selling Kaboul to Watford? crazy decision .?

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16 Aug 2016 16:14:07
I am sick and fed up of Moyes and General Noriega facial complexion Short

The club is being run like a corner shop and Short being the recluse he is (Is he a recluse because of his bad complexion) needs to go back to Hawaii and his big council house and sell our club.

Moyes is simply not up to it as was proved by his tactical mistakes last Saturday.

he has signed two spotty faced kids from Manchester United who are way out of their class which was proved.

I hope Sunderland supporters turn against Short and being the coward / recluse he is he will sell and get rid of him and Moyes

Moyes was told to get Yedlin and Mvila but he has messed about and now he is going to sell our two centre halfs who are the bedrock of the team

This is all going to end in tears and Short needs to go NOW.

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16 Aug 2016 20:04:47
Doberman I can't understand why Moyes is trying to dismantle Big Sams team? although every new manager has his new ideas about players etc but why sell Kone and Kaboul? paticullaly when we are so short of players to start with and we are left with the likes of OShea Jones Which nobody wants and even Van Anholt under Moyes has started his season with many worrying mistakes he made last season! its a major concern he is now aware of who the good players are, and he will face the wrath of the fans if he doesn't get his act together very soon, ill give him till the end of the window to get players in but rememeber these new players have to settle in!

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17 Aug 2016 09:12:35
Your dead right lad about that. Also Provident Loans (Satsuma) are a new partner of Sunderland.

This is a company who loan £1000 and the interest is £914.90.These are poor people who take these loans so this is great publicity.

The former head barman Gary Hutchinson has negotiated this presumably with the blessing of the former male model who is as bald as a brick Martin Bain now Ceo

This is a utter disgrace just like the Mags with Wonga Wonga and again shows the idiots like Short who are running this club.

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17 Aug 2016 20:47:36
Another reason why Short is only interested in the money the Premiership gives him and NOT in the football side of the club!

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10 Aug 2016 14:10:11
Hey lads been a while! Been quietly watching the transfer developments with depressing feelings. If None does indeed move (agent has said he wants a new contract) it will be devastating for us. Also not sure Naismith is the answer upfront surely a squad player if true?

If Donald love comes too Sunderland does that mean yedlin is a totally dead in the water transfer!

Finally will someone at our club please just pay the money for mvila for god sake.

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10 Aug 2016 12:52:19
januzai on his way to safc on loan source manchester news. a bit of brightness comes our way.

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10 Aug 2016 14:07:08
Will be interesting to see if he does come how will his behaviour be? A lot of united fans are saying they glad he is going due to his awful attitude.

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10 Aug 2016 00:00:54
John Stones (bit of a liability) £47.5 million. Lamine Kone (solid) £18 million (rumoured) . Yet again the selling club willing to help out our premier league opponents, shame on us. When will our club ever learn how to hold onto our best players.

For me personally Kone along with Defoe are first names on team sheet as you know your going to get consistent performances. Along with our yet again disappointing recruitment, we as Sunderland fans have to sit back and watch our best players sold off for what in the current market looks like peanuts. To say I as well as many other red and whites will be disappointed is an understatement.

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10 Aug 2016 11:11:41
Why is it we can sell Kone for £20 million and not afford the likes of Fellini, Benteki at £25-30 million? there's no ambition at this club. and I hear there's a "Keep Kone " petition with the Sunderland Echo? well let's start a Short go now petition!?

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10 Aug 2016 14:21:37
Well said stokoe. Short seems to be the common denominator in everything negative at sunderland. I have said it would be awful selling kone although we may have unearthed a very good player with that Chelsea lad coming in. (I'm trying to be optimistic here) desperately need a striker in this window and a good right back not sure donald love fills that void. Surely yedlin at five million is a steal in a very inflated transfer window.

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10 Aug 2016 16:46:57
Yes FTM can't understand the Yedlin situation! obviously Moyes doesn't fancy him? at least Januzai looks like he's on his way abeit loan. apparently the player himself wanted a permenant transfer but at least we have him for a year . now where have we heard that before in the loan market here! lol.

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10 Aug 2016 16:48:50
Short has to come out and say where he is taking this club . I've never know a football chairman say so little! . the silence is deafening . time to hand over the club to someone with ambition Ellis!

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10 Aug 2016 18:54:45
Typical to get januzai for a year then if he performs man u will either price us out of a permanent move or block any sale. Bloody typical! With my small knowledge on the grand scale of football I could show more ambition and footballing nowse than ellis! Can't understand why a man would own a football club and not care for that said club.

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10 Aug 2016 20:51:03
General Noriega pineapple complexion Mr Short has to go. He is a recluse so go and hide yourself away at your council house in Hawaii and sell the club to someone with ambition

I am sick and tired of his corner shop mentality and there must be potential owners out there.

It is a disgrace selling our best players to Everton when they have an old decrepit stadium unlike Sunderland and they can buy our best players.

So go now Short and take Moyes with you.

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10 Aug 2016 23:42:59
Dobermann, although I totally agree with you regarding short I do believe Moyes, given the right funds could do very well for sunderland. It is sickening seeing teams like wolves being taken over and having money pumped in. Even hull are nearing a takeover. Someone must surely be interested in us.

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11 Aug 2016 08:51:29
They probably would be interested in us, however there's the small fact of the loan to pay back to Short which is worth more than the club. We're still a few seasons away from being a viable team in the premiership. How can Everton buy our best (put in a bid for that got rejected) player? Is it because of their old stadium? Or is it because they're always higher up the league that us, have a much more stable financial position, better income and less spending?

We got rid of some of our daft wage players this year, the rest will be gone next year, as long as we can survive in the premiership for a few more seasons things will improve. We just don't have the money to throw at players as we don't have the financial base to support it. Also remember the pound is devalued right now so foreign players cost more than they did, we're still not an attractive place in terms of the premier league, or europe. There's a lot more we have to do, chucking Short out considering he's ploughed in well over 300 million and has yet to make a penny from us is a bit of a bad idea until and unless someone way richer can come in and bankroll us. Even then it'd take years still before we can afford to pay the best players anywhere near what they'd want.

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11 Aug 2016 23:09:31
That's a fair comment but WHY doesn't Short come out and tell the fans what he is planning? the lack of communication between the board and the supporters could be a lot better?

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12 Aug 2016 13:18:10
Why can he say exactly? He's said every season that he wants us to progress up the league and try for Europe. As it stands we've had a succession of try hard managers who've in turn screwed the pooch season upon season, culminating in Sam's England daydream which again screwed this transfer window. Will Moyes even last till Jan? For now we've managed to survive, gotten rid of some of the dead wood, though we're still a season or so of getting rid/ retiring the last of them. What progress can we honestly make? I hear everyone yelling top 10 like it's something that's so easy, me I'd take 16th, at least it's an improvement and hopefully not a full on relegation fight. We've improved in some areas, though the team is still woefully thin in a lot of positions, still only one left back, one right back who's not the best at all and a dire need for creativity. You can see the framework of what we need just looking at our first team, you can tell where and what positions we need to fill, the plan is obvious though hard to implement.

Fill spots we need while attracting players that improve what we have. This is majorly hampered by our continual brushes with relegation, a wage bill that's still daft though improving, a devalued pound so even foreign players are costly and the sad fact we're far away from London.

The plan is simple, implementing it is hard.

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09 Aug 2016 23:36:25
Hello fellow disappointed. Yet again we seem to have a player on our hands (Lorik Cana, Stephanie Sessegnon) and look like we're going to cash in for what in the current game looks like peanuts. I'm talking about Lamine Kone if you hadn't already guessed.

I do think Moyes was the only man available to us to replace Big Sam and do believe he will get it right for us, however his first two major decisions seem to be signing a player who played less than a minute for Chelsea and his price rose four fold, then selling a defender who had arguably the best defensive stats from January to May in the league for three times more than we paid. However if Stones (who was a liability at times last season, even ask the Everton fans.

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12 Aug 2016 22:56:38
No mate player power is a FACT you look at all the players who try this it's all ways the same force a move me I would let him see he's contract out on the bench but that won't happen players will always win any way why would you want him? 16 games and he's the best player that's been here really lol.

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01 Aug 2016 11:01:33
Not a lot of posts on here these days which is disappointing.

The concerning thing for me is not just how the FA have dismantled our pre season but the lack of progress since DM joined us. Does this point to Big Sam not having targets in place or DM simply not liking the ones that SA did have?

The out of contract players and coupe who have been sold are not an issue to me. Two of the four loan players are not an issues either. Yedlin and M'Vila are however. These leave our first team (without injuries) weaker than where we finished last season. The fact that these have not been bought / replaced with alternates is very concerning.

The lack of new signing so close to season kick off is also worrying. Why do SAFC as a club always struggle to get deals over the line? Is this down to the club wanting long term structured payments?

The U21's (U23's as they now are) could now all be blooded fully which may or may not work. We shall see!

I think DM can bring stability to the club but new signings are desperately needed.

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08 Aug 2016 20:42:40
Well as it stands on 08/ 08/ 2016 one new signing from Chelsea who paid £3 million for him played one game and we pay £8 million

Why is it taking so long to get Mvila over the line. The lad will not be able to play straight away because he will not have match fitness

Also Yedlin is a must because if we start the season with Jones full back it is a disgrace.

Jones and O'Shea are surplus to requirements being two of the worst players I have ever seen at Sunderland

If it is again a horrendous start to the season Short is to blame and this is simply not good enough

Short is a recluse and I do not want a recluse as Sunderland owner.

He has never outlined his ambition for Sunderland we simply bump along and it is like Nero fiddles while Rome burns.

Why does he not increase the shareholding to generate more revenue like other clubs ie Crystal Palace but nothing happens

I would prefer another American owner to Short and his name is Trump.

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09 Aug 2016 10:28:17
I don't blame Short as he has put copious amounts of money into the club. Yes he made mistakes but that was his lack of football knowledge but he is trying to stabilise the club.

My concern now is the club even considering selling Kone to Everton. I know 200% + profit in six months is great but he is tried and tested and has bought into the club. If they sell him it will be a total disgrace!

There is no one at Everton I would take to replace him either so players coming the other way do not excite me either.

4 days to go and still only one signing . Why do we struggle to get deals over the line!

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09 Aug 2016 13:10:30
It would be a shocking decision to sell Kone to Everton, hope these rumours are wrong, but nowt surprises me with this club, no ambition at all. Same old lame excuses every season consolidate this season and go for it next season, when will us fans ever learn.

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09 Aug 2016 13:36:45
Rumours are saying Jagielka coming the other way, that's the 34 year old defender who was injured all of last season!

We have Pinnear on trial and other rumours are we scouted Naismith who was shocking at Norwich and could not get into the first team at Everton. Even if he did well against Blackburn that's bloody championship level not Premier League. He'd be another Danny Graham!

Club in disarray and I am contemplating asking for a refund on the 4 season tickets I have for me and my kids!

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09 Aug 2016 16:40:05
Like a lot of fans can't belive what we are doing kone off after 6 mths can't blame the big man for juming ship must think not worth sticking around for a season to end up like the mags well here we go again.

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09 Aug 2016 19:52:50
I Think Moyes will be finished with the supporters if he sells Kone for a paltry £18 MILLION? . ridiculous fee considering the amount of money we've spent on dross and the going rate in the premier league transfer average at the moment? he should be valued at double that and if we are to sell our best players then surely that will mean another season of struggle! paticullay when we are short of players to start with! again the supporters have been shafted by a chairmen whose NOT interested in the club! the club and Moyes in paticulaer should come out and say that he isn't for sale at any price? if not then Moyes doesn't know who our best players are and that is worrying!

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09 Aug 2016 23:37:14
Im worried by the Links to Moyes prospective targets! Jaknelka,2 rookie Manchester United players? . £8 million for Naissmith a 29 year old who never set the premiership alight last season! What is Moyes on? . and the possible Kone sale? . whos next Kasri, Kirkoff or even Defoe? . he's dismantling the solid core of the team Big Sam built and kept us up last season! unbelievable is an understatement!

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10 Aug 2016 09:28:17
After reading other reports I think the Kone rumours is his agent trying to get a better contract for him with us (Fingers crossed. Jagielka can stay at Everton as well!

I am also hopeful that the Naismith rumour is just lazy journalism as he would be an expensive Danny Graham. I couldn't believe what Norwich paid for him last January and he was then slated by all of their fans. Again, everything crossed this is just lazy journalism!

The Manchester United duo I would take though. Better than what we have, trained at Man Utd, young, and under Moyes who already knows them they could develop into good players. For the relatively small amount of money in the current climate they are worth a risk.

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30 Jul 2016 22:52:25
The Telegraph is reporting that Moyes could be made manager over the weekend, after talks with him have gone well, they reort also that Sam has discussed with him where the team needs strengthening. For all concerned let's get this done and get some quality players in.

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30 Jul 2016 22:57:19
I like Moyes be good for the club bit of stability and actually his win record even at Manchester United was good he has a lot of experience and I like the fact he likes the kids, so the likes of Greenwood Robson, Beadling and Gooch will get a decent shout with him!

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