Don’t miss the last ever Football Echo – with the best coverage of Sunderland’s dramatic draw at Cardiff

A Football Echo cartoon from the opening day of the 1936/37 season, when Sunderland were champions and the other North East clubs looked on enviously. It forms part of our celebration of the Football Echo in this weekend's last ever edition.

A Football Echo cartoon from the opening day of the 1936/37 season, when Sunderland were champions and the other North East clubs looked on enviously. It forms part of our celebration of the Football Echo in this weekend's last ever edition.

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The final Football Echo – after more than 106 years – goes on sale tomorrow morning, with Sunderland’s dramatic rescue act at Cardiff City the main feature.

Read Graeme Anderson’s in-depth match report and Chris Young’s verdict on the 90 minutes in our 48-page last ever edition, while we also speak to Vito Mannone, Valentin Roberge and coach Charlie Oatway on the upsurge in form.

Readers relive their memories of the Football Echo as we go to print for the last time, and there are all the usual favourites, including Tony Gillan’s unmissable Virew From The Bridge, Yesterday (going back to 1975 for a festive win over Hull) and your letters.

We also have local team pictures galore to bow out in style.

Don’t miss out – get your final Football Echo tomorrow morning.