'Embarrassing beyond belief' - Sunderland fans FUME following SEVEN games without a win after Blackpool loss

Sunderland lost against Blackpool at the Stadium of Light this evening.

Tuesday, 27th April 2021, 9:44 pm

Lee Johnson's men now haven’t won in seven games since the Good Friday clash against Oxford United.

Sullay Kaikai scored a 56th-minute screamer to wrap up all three points for the visitors.

Here’s how you reacted to Sunderland’s loss against Blackpool:

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@johngraham790: “Any chance of a proper interview with the manager. Why have they gone 7 without a win? Why were they poor again tonight?”

@LiamIDST: “Clear out needed in the summer as we’re not going up, not bothered about keeping anyone and that includes the manager. He can pomo off.”

@twangmackem: “Embarrassing beyond belief this really is.”

@_dgallagher99: “Carbon copy of the end to the season we had under Ross. Favourites to go up automatically, to then not even being able to finish third before finally finishing 5th, the same looks likely to happen again! The only difference this time will be that, we won’t make the play-off final.”

Sunderland head coach Lee Johnson

@JS5795: “Unlikely but there’s a genuine possibility that Sunderland don’t even make the playoffs.”

@SAFCGeorge6: “It’s happening all over again. Seen it with Jack Ross and seeing it this season, these players are bottling it again. We shouldn’t have to even consider whether we’ll get playoffs after the run that we had a month ago.”

@ACarlin22: “Genuinely worrying that we might not even get play offs at this rate.”

@chrisorton2011: ‘I hope that the new owner chucks some money at it for next season."

@GlassesCraig: “This is getting very worrying, wouldn’t be surprised if we drop out of the play offs

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