Don’t miss out on tomorrow’s 48-page Football Echo – as the pressure builds on Sunderland after another disappointing defeat.
Relive where it went wrong for the Black Cats in Graeme Anderson’s blow by blow account, while Chris Young delivers his verdict on the Hawthorns showdown, pointing out the “body language was awful”.
We speak to under-fire boss Paolo Di Canio, plus Jozy Altidore, Fabio Borini, Ondrej Celustka and Jack Colback as the club look for answers over how to turn the campaign around.
We have a packed page of your letters, plus Tony Gillan’s unmissable View From The Bridge as well as Yesterdays, going back to 1964 for a much-needed first win of the season for Sunderland following their first ever promotion.
There are also seven packed pages of local football, with all the latest reports and pictures, plus our eight-page Junior Football Echo, covering all the action in the Russell Foster Youth League.
It’s the ultimate package for football lovers, so keep the tradition alive and get your Football Echo, it’s out in the morning.