Sunderland fans have been reacting to an update on several first team players, and they’re not happy with Didier Ndong and Papy Djilobodji.
Sunderland are expecting to lose a whole host of first team players this summer, but fans don’t seem too broken up about it considering some of the performances last season.
The arrivals of Stewart Donald and Jack Ross have felt like a breathe of fresh air across Wearside, and the Black Cats have already started their summer revolution.
Reece James became the sixth signing of the summer on Monday evening, and the focus could now shift to dumping some of the unwanted players.
Ndong has been linked with a move to Torino and Djilobodji is likely to attract interest from Ligue 1, and both players have reportedly skipped the first training sessions of the new season.
According to Roker Report, both players have breached their contract by simply not showing up to work, and fans are absolutely crucifying the pair on Twitter.
As many fans have pointed out, they’d surely be much better served showing prospective buyers that they are good professionals, so it’s really quite bizarre.
You can find some of the best reactions down below…
How thick are Papy and N’Dong? If I owned a club who wanted to buy them, I’d be looking at how professional they were and how much respect they give to their current employers.
— Gary Gregg (@SAFCGaz) July 2, 2018
Hope Ndong and Djilobodji are being fined for every day they’re in breach!
— Andrew Westgarth (@apwestgarth) July 2, 2018
We must be saving a good few thousand a week if those 2 clowns have refused to turn up for training. @stewartdonald3 beach of contracts?
— dan hill (@danjhill29) July 2, 2018
Just shows how thick they are. Losing wages and getting fined?♂️?⚪️⚽️
— Graeme Field (@Fieldo100) July 2, 2018
Just sack them they are a waste of space and a waste of supposed talent
— John McLelland (@johnjoemac) July 3, 2018
I pointed out when we signed #Dildododgy that paying #CFC £8m for a player who had played – if memory serves – ONE MINUTE for them (certainly just 1 app, as a sub, in a league cup tie) was beyond extortionate 🤬
— Andy McGuire (@RokerPark1963) July 2, 2018