Wise Men Say

Wise Men Say

United States

Independent Sunderland AFC podcast, in association with A Love Supreme.

Episodes

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 31  

We're staying up, they're going down, we're staying up, they're going down... Join us for the final WMS of the season. Regulars Craig Clark and Rory Fallow get amongst it. Happy times.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 30  

It was a frustrating encounter at The Brittania, but we managed to get out with a point. Unfortunately we're back in the bottom three and we're going to need to see an improved performance in the coming weeks if we're to survive. It's still in our hands. In the studio this week we've got WMS regular Rory Fallow.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 29  

Another pretty good performance saw The Lads get a point against Arsenal. The KKK excelled once more. Would it be greedy of us to be disappointed we didn't pick up all three points? We're out the relegation zone though, so that's canny. In the studio this week we've got ALS stalwart Paul 'Sobs' Dobson and WMS regulars Craig Clark and Rory Fallow.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 28  

Well, well, well. The lads only went and won at Carrow Road, knowing a defeat would have almost certainly consigned them to relegation. Stephen Goldsmith is joined by the Sunderland Echo's Chris Young and Rory Fallow to talk about it.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 27  

Defeat to Leicester. A frustrating game. A miss of the season contender from Rodwell. If we don't win next week then we're probably cooked. Joining us to discuss our latest disappointment is the Evening Chronicle's James Hunter and WMS regular Rory Fallow.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 26  

There's a pattern emerging. It involves Sunderland playing well enough to win and then not winning. It's annoying, isn't it? The pressure is on now but do we believe we can still stay up? Joining us is former Sunderland Echo writer and freelance journalist Graeme Anderson.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 25  

Nine derbies undefeated and another good performance, unfortunately we couldn't hang on. Should we have been hanging on? A draw not the worst result in the world, but we're back in the bottom three. We'll talk about all that kind of stuff and more. This week we're joined by WMS regular Rory Fallow.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 24  

Gutted. We might have just got over Saturday and now we all get to relive it. Great stuff. We're joined by The Sunderland Echo's Chris Young and WMS regular, Rory Fallow.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 23  

We pick over the West Ham defeat with BBC Radio Newcastle's Nick Barnes and preview the Palace game with Five Year Plan's Jim Daly.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 22  

Winning is good. We talk about beating Manchester United and get a bit excited. Rory Fallow makes yet another appearance and we're also joined by local commentary legend and broadcaster, Roger Tames.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 21  

After a decent performance against Manchester City, we managed to get ourselves a draw at Anfield. Somehow. We'll discuss the result, Billy Jones, hear from Sam, probably talk about Billy Jones some more. Listen in.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 20  

A draw against Bournemouth wasn't want we wanted, let's be honest. Yet half an hour into the game, even that looked way beyond us. There's been a lot made of Sam's comments on respecting the point has thrown up quite a debate. We'll hear him make that comment and debate ourselves on it.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 19  

Goldy, Gaz Foster and Richard Mennear from the Sunderland Echo discuss the loss at Spurs - and an unforgettable debut by a lad called Jan!

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 19  

Goldy, Gaz Foster and Richard Mennear from the Sunderland Echo discuss the loss at Spurs - and an unforgettable debut by a lad called Jan!

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 18  

Goldy, Craig Clark and the Chronicle's SAFC reporter, James Hunter talk about Sunderland's loss to Arsenal and the upcoming game against Swansea.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 17  

In what is a bit of a bonus episode, we discuss the much needed win against Aston Villa. We've had many false dawns with the lads over recent years, so beating a side somehow worse than us isn't enough to fool us. Or is it? Maybe the team should be cut some slack. Or should they? Listen, eh, and find out. Goldy is with WMS lads Craig Clark and Rory Fallow.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 16  

In what is the last WMS of 2015 (ITL is still going, so don't worry) we discuss the predictable turn around by a Mourinho-less Chelsea. What makes the whole thing even less bearable (if that's possible) is the sudden form of sides around us. Bastards.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 15  

Alright, well if last week we were positive after defeat, this week gives a different feel. While the first 20 minutes were shocking - we were certainly *alright* after that. It's not enough though, is it? Or is it? Have Newcastle and Bournemouth suddenly turned into Bayern Munich or will they revert back to being rubbish so that we can continue to be rubbish and get away with it? Tom Lynne makes a WMS return and is joined by our own Gary Spalding. James Hunter off the Chronicle makes his hundred millionth appearance on the pod.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 14  

SAFC lost and Newcastle and Bournemouth duly won - sending them second bottom. We should be down, right? It doesn't seem so. Stephen Goldsmith, Craig Clark, Rory Fallow and the Sunderland Echo's Chris Young discussed the game.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2015/16 – Episode 13  

Two wins on the bounce, what a delight. We pick the bones out of a comprehensive victory over Stoke with our own Craig Clark and PLTV's Rob Scanlon.

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