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  1. McClean break: good for him, Ireland and Sunderland

    Colin Randall

    There could have been no more fitting end to James McClean's start-stop career at Sunderland than to have his departure more or less confirmed in a tweet from the man himself. Official word lagged far behind. Delighted to announce a signed with wiga...

    Blog | August 08, 2013
  2. Another win for Wigan over City as fans get their say

    Colin Randall

    Running a football website is both a pleasure and a pain. Sometimes, the two sensations unite so firmly that innate masochism can be the only reason for carrying on. Take the start of any new season. I love the fact that football is back and enjoy...

    Blog | June 05, 2013
  3. Undeserved salvation, thanks to Arsenal -- and Paolo Di Canio

    Colin Randall

    First things first. Thank you Arsenal. And hasten back Wigan. Sunderland are safe courtesy, in the end, of the success and failure of others and it is right to acknowledge that. The Gunners, of course, beat the FA Cup winners not because they ...

    Blog | May 15, 2013
  4. Fletcher double gives Sunderland hope of tastier morsels to come

    Colin Randall

    Early in his bleakly compelling study of 1930s working-class life, The Road to Wigan Pier, George Orwell describes the breakfast table of cheap lodgings in this pier-less Lancashire town; the bread crumbs change position from day to day but remain th...

    Blog | January 19, 2013
  5. Cattermole: rough diamond or 'a thug, but our thug' ?

    Colin Randall

    First consider Lee Cattermole's latest red card. This week's dismissal at MK Dons was his fifth in a Sunderland shirt and the seventh in his career, a wretched record for a player who is still only 24. And then spot the difference: "The first ...

    Blog | September 27, 2012