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This One Deserves a Thames Dunking

Gary Rowell, a Sunderland legend in his own mind, has lit the fires for one almighty ding-dong this Saturday.

Ahead of the clash with us he`s made some disparaging claims about our humble surroundings calling it the least intimidating ground to go to in the Premier League.

Mr 'Know-It-All` reckons it`s been this way since the legendary Tommy Trinder ran the place giving the ground a feeling of fun and light-heartedness about it.

Well far from me to suggest any different but I`d like nothing less than to see our side ram those words down his throat and also our fine support raise the tempo a notch or two to silence the 3000 Mackem`s heading south.

Is it our fault we have a stadium in a prime residential area of one of the most affluent areas of London?

No it isn`t!

It sort of makes you wan to push Mr Rowell in the good old River Thames doesn`t it!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 14 2008

Time: 4:55PM

Your Comments

stuff the dunking lets just make sure we beat them!
Al Billy
or dunk him after we beat them!
Putney
Or our shamefull temporary stands collapse and dunk all those northerners into the thames! After we win of course
Backslash2010
our home is our castle we love it dont we, its not about being intimidating its about playing football
dan the man
 

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