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100th Twitter Follower Speaks To Vital Sunderland

100th Twitter Follower Speaks To Vital Sunderland

We now have 127 people following on our new twitter site and Kenny Johnson answers a few questions about the club and the sites.

1) So Kenny, you became our famous 100th follower on our twitter site Vital Sunderland - how are you finding the new site?

The sites great, it's easy to access via twitter and I can find out all the latest gossip and reports about SAFC, also what other clubs fans are saying.

2) Are you happy with they way the season has gone so far under Steve Bruce or do you still have concerns?

I suppose I cant complain about this season under Bruce, after an excellent start expectations were raised but the lean spell through the winter caused a few concerns. I never doubted that things would improve when we got most of our players back from injury and suspension and the recent bouce back has been great, ensuring safety with 3 games remaining was a relief and just glad we can enjoy the rest of season. I think overall Bruce has done a good job and progress has been made, next year maybe with some quality signings we can really go for it!

3) Have you been to many home or away games this season? If so, what was your favourite and who has impressed you the most in our new squad?

I used to go to most games both home and away but unfortunately I dont get to many games at all now for reasons too many to mention, can't really say I have a favourite as the only games I managed this year were Stoke and Fulham at home and as you know they were both forgetable!

4) We have quite an easy run in with West Ham, Burnley, Hull and Wolves before the season ends, how do you think we will do and where will we finish?

With only two games to play I think if we play at our best we can get 4 points, a draw v Man Utd, and a win at Wolves, If other results go our way I reckon we can make 10th.

5) In the Summer where would you look to strengthen and who is on your wish list?

I would really like to see Hutton signed on a permanent deal, and I think we could do with another quality centre half, also I reckon a creative midfielder wouldn't go amiss. I dont really think we need another striker I'm quite happy with Jones and Campbell toplay alongside Benty.


6) Any more suggestions for the site to make it appeal to our growing fan base or are you happy the way things look at the moment?

Can't really give you any suggestions on improving your site mate, I enjoy it as it is anyway. Well done and keep it up!

Cheers, Kenny for your time and if any other fan on twitter or on here have any suggestions then please email the editor your suggestions!

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Writer:Gary Johnson
Date:Monday April 26 2010
Time: 10:21PM

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