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Writer:Gary Johnson
Date:Monday July 12 2010
Time: 9:10PM

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Hi, I'm Derek, 63 from Pennywell, I would love to write for your site as I have been following Sunderland since they became scruffy. As I live in the park, my cardboard box has no internet access, I'm actually writing this from the latest house I'm robbing. I would be happy to write about SAFC's success, and I have one article ready to go, although, that would probably be it, one article. May I take this opportunity to ask all Sunderland fans if they could sparew clothes and food, even those tins of PEK pork that are rotting in your cupboard, I was talking to a NUFC fan the other day, tell him of my plight and that my cardboard box was almost ruined due to the pikey kids round the corner, he said, "could have been worse, you couldve been born a mackem" I replied, I was born a mackem and damn it's bad! SMB!
ken_nufc
13/07/2010 06:24:00
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A few things to remind you of.... Paul Gascoigne and his appearance on Friday....James Perch and his valuation of £1.5m.....Gosling out until Jan 2011 and asking for £50k wages.....the same defence and attack as what you had when relegated. Full of optimism Ken....I am.
GazJohnson
13/07/2010 10:46:00
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Alright mate, don't really understand the comment from derek, or is it ken_nufc???... Anyway, i would love to write for this site, i'm on here every single night, just signed up today, great comments its the first place i come to when i get back from the match...i bleed red...and white... get back to me if so..
matt_safc
19/07/2010 22:12:00
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