'This is what we need!' - Sunderland fans praise Kyril Louis-Dreyfus following small but welcome change

Kyril Louis-Dreyfus has set about stamping his mark on Sunderland after taking over the club from Stewart Donald.

Monday, 22nd February 2021, 11:45 am

The club has announced a series of improvements to its streaming service for fans - with four camera angles - with supporters having to watch games from home as a result of all games being played behind-closed-doors during the pandemic.

Fans will be able to enjoy the new improvements for Tuesday night’s home clash with Fleetwood Town.

The announcement prompted an overwhelmingly positive reaction from Black Cats fans on social media, with many supporters praising the new owner...

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Kyril Louis-Dreyfus is pictured watching Sunderland.

Here’s how you reacted to the news on Twitter:

@SAFCSpencer: “This is what we need. Stuff like this makes us look like a professional club. Last few years the way we did things was the way a typical L1 club was run. Let’s start showcasing our selves as the huge club that we are.”

@mackem49000: “Superb... and thank you... quality and professional performance already in evidence from new ownership... I’m excited for the future direction of our club.”

@aaronshowler1: “Little things like this that make fans happy, the poor quality of streams can ruin matches especially when we can’t be there in person.”

Sunderland's new owner Kiryl Louis-Dreyfus (top row, fourth from left) is pictured taking in the game.

@Scrivener30: “Such a small change in the bigger picture, but just outlines the difference in the previous owners vs the ambition shown by KLD. We might be in League One, but the club shouldn’t be, so it’s nice to see us finally act like we’re pushing to be more.”

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