A peek into this weekend's Red and White.
Easter Saturday’s bumper issue of Red and White for the visit of Manchester United is essential reading.
Chairman Ellis Short pens his ‘View from the Boardroom’ column and Martin O’Neill gives his thoughts on the visit of Manchester United, the Norwich game and the injuries to Steven Fletcher and Lee Cattermole, while Lee himself reflects on his operation.
Titus Bramble is the subject of this issue’s in depth ‘Limelight’ feature while there are also interviews with Craig Gardner, Wes Brown and Danny Graham, with Seb Larsson and Phil Bardsley going head to head in Simon Mignolet’s quiz.
In ‘Looking for the Lads’ Red and White editor and club historian Rob Mason has tracked down Sixties stopper George Kinnell, a cousin as well as team-mate of Jim Baxter.
With extensive coverage of Nelson Mandela Day at the Stadium of Light, features on George Best, Ryan Giggs and Duncan Edwards as well as Jim Montgomery’s own column, news of changes at the Sunderland Former Players’ Association and a giant poster of Stephane Sessegnon, Red and White remains your indispensable matchday companion.