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‘Club is dying’, ‘Charlatans’ – These Sunderland fans are furious after financial update provided

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Sunderland have struggled to find a buyer after interested parties were concerned about a £20m hole in the club’s accounts.

That’s according to the Daily Mail and the Times, who have stated that Stewart Donald used the clubs parachute money to purchase the club, on the basis that they would pay it back.

However, the update suggests that it has been listed as a ‘exceptional operating expense’ on the accounts which means that Donald doesn’t need to pay it back.

Perhaps more importantly, they also say that it has put prospective buyers off, despite Donald insisting in the past that he was seeking fresh investment to help him move the club forward.

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As you would expect, this update did not go down well with the support, with many demanding answers from the businessman. They also used a former quote from Donald where he said he would leave if he had ‘outstayed his welcome’, by telling him that time was now.

Here we look at some of the comments from Twitter…


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