Relegated, managerless and up for sale for half the price of 12 months ago, two consortiums are apparently giving the club the once over, one a group of Sunderland fanatics who want to give Tony Adams a key role
During an often proud history, featuring the collection of six English league titles, Sunderland have variously been dubbed “the team of all the talents” and the “Bank of England club”.
These days the latter – attached in the 1950s – seems something of a sick joke. After a decade spent in the Premier League, the newly relegated Wearside club somehow find themselves at least £110m in debt, up for sale and managerless.
Source: Football News
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