Queens Park Rangers and Sunderland have both accepted £20,000 fines for failing to control their players following incidents which took place during the last round of Premier League fixtures, writes Sky Sports.
Neither side took up the option of contesting their respective punishments, with QPR having received theirs for a number of their players confronting referee Mike Dean after he ruled out a Charlie Austin goal in the 2-2 draw w...More
Eyeing a third win in four Premier League matches, Everton travel to Sunderland looking to extend their excellent recent record at the Stadium of Light.
The home side were relieved to get back to form on Monday with a pivotal 3-1 success away to Crystal Palace. The result lifted them out of the relegation zone, while the defending was a lot more convincing with Anthony Revelliere slotting in seamlessly at right-back. In attack, meanw...More
Sunderland manager Gustavo Poyet has insisted that winger Adam Johnson remains a key player for the club despite recently finding himself out of the team, reports the Daily Express.
The former Middlesbrough and Manchester City player was an unused substitute for Monday’s 3-1 victory away to Crystal Palace, a decision from Poyet which provoked talk of a rift between the pair.
But the Uruguayan is adamant that Johnson was left out for...More
Crystal Palace host Sunderland in a vital game on Monday evening, and a win for the visitors would see them move out of the drop zone and move above their opponents.
There would be less pressure on Palace going into this game if they had been able to hold on to their lead at West Bromwich Albion. Two goals ahead at half-time, they contrived to throw it away and concede a stoppage time equaliser.
A second home win would lift them bac...More
Arsenal travel to the Stadium of Light to face Sunderland on Saturday afternoon in a fixture which has seen its fair share of memorable moments during the Premier League era.
There was a palpable sense of excitement when the two sides met in September 2013, as it marked the debut of Arsenal’s record signing Mesut Ozil. It did not take long for him to make an impact, as he supplied Olivier Giroud to open the scoring aft...More
Sunderland manager Gustavo Poyet has admitted that his side owe the club’s supporters a strong and committed performance when they take on Arsenal on Saturday, Goal.com has reported.
The Black Cats were beaten 8-0 at Southampton in their last game on a day which Poyet described as the most embarrassing of his career in football.
The performance on the South coast has been roundly criticised with some players accused of giving up in...More
View All Articles