Steven Fletcher is one of the big talking points on this week's podcast. It's out this Thursday so come and get subscribed!
As you probably read last week on these pages, or even on Twitter, The Roker Report Podcast - The only all Sunderland fans podcast - is back this week after it's summer hiatus, and we've got a little bit of a new look about ourselves too.
For starters you'll be getting these posts on a Tuesday, where we can tell you what's going to be on the show when it's released on Thursday, and we'll be getting your input towards the ever-popular Question Of The Week. You can put your points across on Twitter @RokerReport, leave a comment here or simply just vote in the poll.
So on the show this week it's the old favourites, Simon Walsh still in the hosting chair, joined by Michael Graham and David Boyle to look back at the preseason so far, and look at all the news surrounding the club currently, including;
- Steven Fletcher - Getting Too Expensive?
- EPPP and what it means to Sunderland.
- Sunderland's new sponsorship deal.
- Carlos Cuellar and much more...
If you want to subscribe to our podcast, then give it a go. It's on iTunes, it's free, and it's all SAFC. Find it by following this link - http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-roker-report-podcast-www/id437085978
Or if iTunes isn't your thing, then follow our RSS feed - http://www.rokerreport.podomatic.com/ - and download the MP3 file to whatever device you want.
If downloading isn't for you, then try Stitcher. It's a pretty awesome app for streaming podcasts, and available on any mobile device or tablet. Check it out - http://www.stitcher.com/
Now for this week's Question Of The Week, which we'd really want to hear from you on as we look to make the show more interactive. So if you've got a view point, let us know, or if you can't be arsed at lease vote in the poll. Below. We'll see you on Thursday!...
His stock has never been higher, but he's also in all likelihood our best player. Would you sell high on Sessegnon this summer?
Yes (14 votes)
No (46 votes)
60 total votes