Gus Poyet managed to guide Sunderland to safety with relative ease last term, playing a pretty brand of football along the way. As a result, the Uruguayan has earned himself a special place in many Wearsider's hearts.
t's an oft-used cliché, but, with an exciting and honest style of play, Gus is one of football's good guys - and will become an even more desirable commodity in world football. What odds on him one day representing England himself? It can surely only be a matter of time before the bigger clubs - or indeed the national team - come calling.
David Moyes' spirit lingered at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon as Sunderland became the latest club to break a long-standing
A year ago, Manchester City fans mutinously chanted "You can stick your Pellegrini up your arse" at Wembley. On the morning
A year ago, Roberto Mancini said he wanted to punch Samir Nasri when his cowardice cost Manchester City a derby defeat. Now
Gus Poyet has challenged his Sunderland players to make themselves the happiest in England with a Capital One Cup win. Cardiff
Newcastle suffered their second 3-0 home defeat to Sunderland in successive seasons, only this one came in the same week
The early joke doing the rounds is Juan Mata is in police custody after he attempted a U-turn on the M6. Manchester United's
As the festive period draws to a close, at a time when age old traditions and habits are both embraced and encouraged, it was once again business as usual at football clubs across the country...
Sunderland and Chelsea's Capital One Cup encounter was pretty drab for large portions, so a pitch invader took it upon himself