'What a bloke': Sunderland fans react to Kyril Louis-Dreyfus message ahead of Lincoln City play-off clash

Kyril Louis-Dreyfus has written an open letter to Sunderland supporters ahead of their play-off second leg against Lincoln City – with fans ready to get behind their team.

Friday, 21st May 2021, 5:03 pm

The Black Cats will have to recover from a 2-0 deficit at the Stadium of Light but will be backed by 10,000 fans on Wearside.

On the eve of the match, Louis-Dreyfus has told supporters that ‘anything is possible’ and the team has his full confidence as they look to complete an unlikely comeback.

Here’s how some fans reacted to Louis-Dreyfus’ message on social media.

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Sunderland owner Kyril Louis-Dreyfus.
Sunderland owner Kyril Louis-Dreyfus.

@Tommyesafc: What a bloke. This man is gonna completely transform this football club for the better. Not long now @SkySportsPL just hang in there for a couple of more years. Ha'way The Lads.

@John67684101: Well..can't beat that can ya...Let's put the last game behind us, the Maguire situation, lack of defenders, poor results, dodgy players, everything. Get behind all them tomorrow whoever plays and scream them on

@Jamestweddell: I had a down and out attitude towards tomorrow, but after reading Kyril’s words all I’ve got to say is HA’WAY THE LADS!! Those 10,000 better get behind the lads tomorrow

@AL_SNR58: To those going tomorrow make as much noise as you can, get behind the lads and see where it takes us. Haway the lads

@StewHellens: “Together, I believe anything is possible at the Stadium of Light.” You’ll do for me Kyril

@cvinny007: Read this and now think we will win 3-0. Haway the wizards man

@15jgilmore: Win 3-0 and all will be forgiven

@leech_tom: Three early goals! Raise the roof!

@PizzaCupChamps: LJ's red and white army is gonna destroy them

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