Football Echo: Sunderland’s crisis under the spotlight

Sunderland's Nedum Onuoha (centre) and Michael Turner (right) battle for the ball with Birmingham City's Kevin Phillips (left).
Sunderland's Nedum Onuoha (centre) and Michael Turner (right) battle for the ball with Birmingham City's Kevin Phillips (left).
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SUNDERLAND slumped further into trouble with a 2-0 defeat at Birmingham City today - making it just one point from the last 27 available.

See where it all went wrong, despite a more encouraging overall performance, in Graeme Anderson’s big match report from St Andrew’s in tonight’s Football Echo.

Two packed pages of letters spell out where readers see the problems being for the Black Cats - a must-read for all fans.

Graeme Anderson also looks at Sunderland’s dismal history of Premier League run-ins, and we’ve got the fixtures for all the teams in trouble.

We also speak to Danny Welbeck, Ryan Noble, Nedum Onuoha and Steve Bruce, with the biggest and best coverage of SAFC.

Tony Gillan’s unmissable View From The Bridge is another highlight, and we’ve got your usual favourites, including Yesterdays, the Raich Carter column and an SAFC quiz.

There are six pages of local football, including pictures of Dawdon CW and Coxhoe WMC winning trophies, plus other team pictures of County cup finalists Hylton Colliery Juniors, plus Chesters Athletic, Lansdowne and Colliery Tavern Kail

We’ve also got eight pages of the Junior Football Echo, spotlighting the Russell Foster Youth League.

The Football Echo is top value for money at just 60p - don’t miss it.