Sunderland have certainly grabbed a few headlines this week, even if there is a global pandemic still going on at full tilt right now.
The second series of ‘Sunderland ‘Til I Die’ has been released on Netflix and many have been using their periods of self-isolation to take every episode in and then discuss it on social media.
It follows the club’s run to the Sky Bet League One play-off final and, along the way, there are naturally plenty of moments that make for compelling viewing.
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It’s also given fellow footballers the chance to look at the inner workings of one of the biggest clubs in the EFL, and Fulham defender Michael Hector has been among them, with him posting this on his Instagram story:
It’s certainly generated plenty of conversation this week and it’s been a welcome distraction from a lot of the news that has been incessant in recent weeks.
However, if you’re a Sunderland fan, there might be a case to argue that certain aspects of the club would have been better off not being on full display, naming no names…