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Sunderland fans discuss whether to start protesting against Stewart Donald

Sunderland are going backwards and their poor form shows no signs of ending with Phil Parkinson in charge, as the Black Cats boss oversaw a 0-0 draw against bottom side Bolton on Boxing Day.

Parkinson has failed to turn the tide in Sunderland’s favour, winning two of 14 games and the same problems in defence and attack that have plagued the team for much of their time in League One seem to have continued.

He has attempted to mix up personnel and systems but without any luck, and there are now a great number of fans who are keen to see him depart.

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Whether or not that will see a solution found is a different question, but the fact that Stewart Donald is staying loyal to his man is adding to increased frustrations, and there are now some sections of the fanbase discussing whether staging a protest is the next step to take.

Some fans, in particular, have devised different ways of doing so.

Many of the suggestions are for fans to stop going, as that method could have the biggest direct impact on Donald himself, by disrupting the cash flow into the club.

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The £10m investment from an America consortium in November indicates that the owner isn’t blessed with a wealth of money, and that means he could struggle with the costs of the club if its income declined over the coming months.

Empty seats would also highlight the disillusion that exists amongst the fanbase and the yearning for things to change, which could make Donald more likely to depart with Parkinson.

Should the fans start protesting against Stewart Donald?





However, there are some who are unwilling to engage in protest at this stage due to their neighbours Newcastle, as they feel their rival supporters have embarrassed themselves with their own opposition to Mike Ashley.

Some Sunderland fans are worried about having Phil Parkinson in charge during the January transfer window

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