A Love Supreme may seem an unlikely title for a football magazine. Rather than try and explain it we'll leave you to consider the following passage. "True supporters care. They care enough to argue vehemently but often perceptively about the team, the players, the issues; they care enough to commit themselves to the cause of the club; they care enough to turn up week after week to support the team; they care enough to criticise, among themselves, their own players. The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference.”
Sunderland XIs 1983-2012. Take a trip down memory lane and find out what is described as being the biggest mistake made on Wearside since the day David Speedie said to Gary Bennett ‘Jimmy Hill deserves a knighthood, grab me by the throat and throw me in the Clock Stand if you disagree.’
Following Sunderland AFC away from home. From Arsenal to York, via Levi jackets to sleeping under the stars in the middle of some God forsaken roundabout, Ganterbury Tales chronicles each away game using an "extensive knowledge" of the English alphabet.
One man's life long devotion following SAFC. This intriguing look at almost half a century of music, politics and above all football will make you love, laugh, cry and most of all keep supporting Sunderland forever.