Ha’way, ha’way, haway! The new season’s here. To get you in the mood, we look back at some of Sunderland’s opening day classics from the past 30 years.
by: Charlotte Daly — Daily Mail 10 Sep
With the Premier League set to return later this month, clubs have been revealing their new kits - and some have been among the worst ever seen. Here are the top flight's all-time shockers.
by: Kelvin.Beattie — SB Nation: Roker Report 20 Aug
As Lee Cattermole retires, Roker Report’s Kelvin Beattie looks back over the former Sunderland captain’s time at the club and wishes him all the best for the future.
by: Rich Speight — SB Nation: Roker Report 19 Aug
Roker Report reader Rob Brown wants a new beginning focused on youth, Anthony Prior has some harsh words to say about Sunderland’s owners, and editor Rich Speight is left looking for the positives.
by: Ben Crump — The Transfer Tavern 19 Aug
Former Sunderland loanee Lewis Morgan has hit out at some of the club’s former ‘big earners’ including Bryan Oviedo. The Scottish winger is now playing his football with Major League Soccer side Inter Miami after having a spell with Sunderland in...
by: PaddyHollis — SB Nation: Roker Report 15 Aug
Lee Cattermole retired from professional football yesterday. Reflecting on his time at Sunderland, Paddy Hollis believes that at the very least we have to commend our former captain for his effort and determination as a player.
by: James Ray — The 72 15 Aug
Speaking to the BBC, former Sunderland and Middlesbrough midfielder Lee Cattermole has announced his retirement from professional football. After his contract with Dutch side VVV-Venlo came to an end earlier this summer, former Sunderland and...
by: Sam Blitz — Daily Mail 14 Aug
Former Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole has retired from professional football at the age of 32. The midfielder, who also had spells at Wigan and Middlesbrough, picked up eight red cards.
by: Paul Vegas — Tribal Football 14 Aug
Former Sunderland captain Lee Cattermole has announced his retirement at the age of 32.The combative former Middlesbrough, Wigan and Sunderland midfielder spent
by: N/A — BBC 14 Aug
Former Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Wigan midfielder Lee Cattermole retires and says he plans to move into coaching.
by: Barry Dixon, Manager — Last Word On Sports: Last Word On Football 14 Aug
Former Sunderlsnd and Middlesbrough midfielder Lee Cattermole has retire from football at 32. He is set to pursuit a career in coaching and management.