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Sunderland and Cardiff show big decisions have even bigger consequences

Date: 10th May 2014 at 10:15pm
Written by Ben Coldwell

Gus Poyet now believes in miracles. And after he led his Sunderland side to mathematical Premier League safety, with one game remaining, they have become just the second side in the history of the league to survive relegation after being rock bottom on Christmas. Seeing the jubilant celebrations of the Sunderland fans – starkly contrasted to the disconsolate fans of Cardiff City, Fulham, and Norwich City – leaves behind a genuine sense of justice. The football gods have acted, and they are shining favourably on those clubs who made the right decisions, at the right times. The fortunes of a club like Sunderland – West Ham and Crystal Palace too – demonstrate that when big decisions are made correctly by the men at the top of the tree, it can have huge ramifications for the clubs at the bottom. Everybody is a genius with hindsight. And it’s easy for me to sit here and say that certain clubs got it wrong and others got it right when ... Read More

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