Date:Sunday January 13 2008
What made you support Sunderland mate?
There the best team in the northeast of England and my dad supports them.
Are you happy with how your season is going so far?
It could be better we could have more points in the bag. However I am pleased to be watching premiership football and I just hope I'm watching it next season.
Roy Keane did a fantastic job taking you from the foot to the top of the Championship last season, it is a bit more difficult this season but how is the job he is doing being portrayed with the natives?
I think Keane is doing a steady job and think the board will give him plenty of time to get it right (unlike our unwashed neighbours up the road). Keane did a great job last season to turn the club around and he is fast turning into a legend on Wearside.
How do you rate the signings that he made last summer?
I think Keane has had about fifty percent success rate with his summer signings with Richardson and Jones been the hits and Gordon and Halford the misses.
Will he need more in January - and will he get them?
We desperately need to strengthen and apparently Keane has a 20 million war chest.
Who is the Sunderland danger men that Pompey should watch?
Kieran Richardson and Kenwyne Jones are our only players with any real quality if both of them are on song you might be in trouble.
How do you reckon Sunderland will go this season?
Stay up hopefully although I think this will depend on how well Keane buy's in the transfer window.
What about Pompey?
I think Pompey will qualify for Europe and they might even sneak in to the champions league places.
If you could take any Pompey player from our squad and put him in yours, who would it be and why?
Sol Campbell because he is an experienced quality defender and our defence leaves a lot to be desired.
Go on - who is going to win, Sunderland or Pompey?
Sunderland of course 2-1.
Questions answered by Kev from Vital Sunderland.
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Date:Sunday January 13 2008
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