Sunderland’s magnificent renaissance under Martin O’Neill continued with a tremendous victory in difficult, blizzard conditions at Stoke today.
James McClean’s second-half strike won the day against the Potters. Relive the drama of the afternoon at the Britannia in tonight’s action-packed Football Echo, with Chris Young’s blow by blow account.
We’ve got the biggest and best coverage of SAFC, speaking to Stephane Sessegnon, John O’Shea, Jack Colback and fit-again strike star Fraizer Campbell.
Former Derry City defender Danny Lafferty lifts the lid on Sunderland wing sensation James McClean, plus there’s Brian Patterson’s away guide to FA Cup hosts Middlesbrough, retro action in Yesterdays, looking back to Stan Cummins’ memorable four-goal haul in a 5-0 win over Burnley in 1980, and a page of letters.
Tony Gillan’s unmissable View From The Bridge is a cracking read as usual, and there are six pages of local football and the eight-page Junior Football Echo, looking at all the action in the Russell Foster Youth League.
Keep the Saturday night tradition alive – get your Football Echo this weekend.