On-loan Hull striker Danny Graham is keen to repay the faith shown in him by Tigers boss Steve Bruce, admitting he is unsure regarding his future at parent club Sunderland, writes The Mirror.
Graham revealed he is yet to hear from Sunderland boss Poyet since the Uruguayan took charge at the Stadium of Light two months ago, but says he is happy at Hull under the guidance of former Black Cats boss Bruce.
Graham ended his disastrous 11...More
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet is growing impatient with the players brought to the club by predecessor Paolo Di Canio, and could be set to alter his squad to the tune of seven new players in the January transfer window according to The Telegraph.
With the Black Cats propping the rest of the Premier League table up from the bottom, sitting five points behind second bottom side Crystal Palace, Poyet knows that his side need to turn arou...More
Gustavo Poyet blamed defensive errors as his Sunderland team squandered a one goal lead at home to Tottenham on Saturday to lose 2-1, Sky Sports has reported.
Sunderland took the lead late in the first half when Adam Johnson took advantage of Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris’ failure to deal with Ondrej Celustka’s cross.
However, the visitors turned it round with goals either side of half time as Paulinho stabbed the ball home foll...More
Lowly Sunderland will be hoping to recover from their first home defeat under Gustavo Poyet, against Chelsea on Wednesday, when they take on Tottenham.
The home side came up against a Chelsea side in superb form, but caused them enough problems to keep them holding on to a 4-3 victory right until the final whistle, making the most of the Blues’ inability to defend set-pieces. It provided many more signs of the progress that is being ...More
German outfit Augsburg are holding back on the prospect of bringing Sunderland striker Ji Dong-won back to the club after last season’s successful loan spell, writes Sunderland Echo.
Ji netted five goals in 17 appearances last season during the loan spell at the German club, but has failed to make a single appearance at the Stadium of Light since Gus Poyet’s arrival.
The South Korean is moving into the final six months of his contra...More
Gustavo Poyet will be hoping to make it three home wins out of three as Sunderland boss, when his side take on his former club Chelsea on Wednesday.
Sunderland missed a great opportunity to move to only three points from safety on Saturday, when they failed to make the most of their superiority at Aston Villa, where they missed one gilt-edged chance, and saw another come back off the crossbar. As it is, with the gap at five points, t...More
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