The 2015-16 campaign was an eventful one for Sunderland AFC on and off the pitch - and we want to hear your views.
Now that the dust has settled at the Stadium of Light on the season just gone, we want your views for our annual Big Sunderland AFC Survey.
Who struggled? Who sparkled? What were your highlights and lowlights?
Our survey will be running for a week with the Sunderland Echo publishing all of the answers in full.
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It was a season of highs and lows with a series of high profile off-the-field issues including Adam Johnson's sacking and conviction plus the resignation of former chief executive Margaret Byrne, threatening to overshadow the entire campaign.
But Sunderland managed to regroup and pull off another great escape.
Dick Advocaat started the season in charge after leading the side to safety last year but he departed in October, with Big Sam Allardyce taking his place in the Sunderland dugout.
Despite spending the vast majority of the season in the bottom three, Allardyce led Sunderland to safety with a game to spare.
What are his best qualities? Do you think Sunderland would have survived if Advocaat had remained in charge?
We want to hear from you on a wide range of issues including what needs to be done going forward for Sunderland.