Seven things we spotted in the revealing Sunderland ‘Til I Die trailer - including a damning interview

Netflix dropped the first trailer for the second season of ‘Sunderland ‘Til I Die’ today - and there was plenty to take away.

Wednesday, 18th March 2020, 4:45 pm
Updated Thursday, 19th March 2020, 3:46 pm

But what were the key things we spotted? Here’s a look:

Lee Cattermole’s damning interview

In a brief snippet of an interview, Cattermole offers a damning insight into his feelings towards how the club was operating.

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He says: “Did I believe in what the club was doing? Absolutely not.”

Presumably the midfielder is talking about the 2017/18 campaign, but fans will have to wait until the season airs to see the full context of the interview.

Charlie Methven’s quotes

There are some interesting quotes from the club’s former executive director - including a claim that Sunderland AFC is what ‘stops people crying in church,’.

File photo dated 14/12/2013 of Sunderland's Lee Cattermole. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday January 31, 2014. Lee Cattermole is expected to remain a Sunderland player after a proposed deadline day move to Stoke fell through. See PA story SOCCER Sunderland Cattermole. Photo credit should read: Stephen Pond/PA Wire

Methven is also heard to be delivering a brutal verdict on the club’s financial situation.

A focus on Jack Baldwin

As with season one, the docu-series is set to head deep into players’ lives away from the pitch.

And in some scenes featured in the trailer, the cameras are at home with Jack Baldwin.

Could he be a key figure in season two?

Plenty of Josh Maja

Unsurprisingly, the striker - who left the Stadium of Light in January - is set to feature heavily.

His contract talks, move to Bordeaux and the subsequent arrival of Will Grigg will make for interesting watching.

Stunning shots

One of the major highlights of the first series were the stunning shots of our fine city - and there will be plenty more where that came from in season two.

In the trailer, we seek Roker Pier in all its glory, with plenty of shots around Sunderland also set to predominantly feature.

The fans feature heavily

From Wearside to Wembley, the trailer shows some wonderful scenes involving Sunderland supporters.

We can’t wait to see all the passion they have captured on camera - particularly during the two Trafalgar Square takeovers.

Donald and Methven will be key players

The ownership duo are set to be the stars of the show, and both feature heavily in the trailer.

Supporters are set to gain an insight into their running of the club and the key decisions they made.