Wise Men Say Live at Port of Call! 23/1/17 with Julio Arca and James Hunter

Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show.

 

This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter.

 

 

Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

 

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WMS TEES

Into The Light Show for Sun FM – West Brom Preview

Never mind Proctor, we’ll all have to work pretty hard to put a positive spin on things currently going on at Sunderland. Two really poor performances and a crippling injury list means confidence is low in the stands. It won’t get any easier, with a tough trip to West Bromwich Albion to come on Saturday. Michael, Stephen and Gareth preview the game and more.

 

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Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2016/17 – Episode 19

An absolutely disastrous performance against Stoke leaves us full of woe. We talk about anything but the game.

 

If you didn’t know already, then you can subscribe on iTunes, listen or stream on Acast or use the RSS Feed to subscribe and listen. Alternatively you can stream it below.

 

 

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Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

 

Into The Light Show for Sun FM – Stoke Preview

Well, that, was frankly dreadful. I’m talking about the drab 0-0 against Burnley in the FA Cup, by the way. Don’t get me wrong, we’ve seen worse types of dreadfuls (8-0s and that) but that cup competition needs a massive boost to get interest levels back up.

We talk about that with Michael Proctor, as well as the upcoming game against Stoke. We are down to the bare bones now and there appears to be little room for wiggle in the transfer market. But, we aren’t bottom, eh?

You know how to listen.

 

You can subscribe on iTunes, to the RSS feed, or listen via the Sun FM Website.

 

into-the-light-itunes

 

Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2016/17 – Episode 18

A drab cup tie against Burnley means we’ve yet another fixture to contend with. Hurray. We talk about the game, cup attendances and other stuff anarl.

 

Joining Stephen and Gareth in the studio is The Sunderland Echo’s new Sunderland writer, Phil Smith and WMS regular, Rory Fallow.

 

If you didn’t know already, then you can subscribe on iTunes, listen or stream on Acast or use the RSS Feed to subscribe and listen. Alternatively you can stream it below.

 

 

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Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

 

‘Into The Light’ Show for Sun FM – Burnley Preview

After a humiliating trip to Burnley, the Lads got themselves a battling point against Liverpool. It’s a break from the league though, and we face Burnley once more in The FA Cup. We preview the game and chat all things current with Sunderland.

 

You know how to listen.

 

You can subscribe on iTunes, to the RSS feed, or listen via the Sun FM Website.

 

into-the-light-itunes

 

Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

‘Into The Light’ Show for Sun FM – Burnley and Liverpool Preview – Special Guest Kevin Ball

After a disappointing result at Old Trafford, Sunderland have a tough double header to come starting away at Burnley and then home to Liverpool. We’ll preview the games with Sunderland legend Kevin Ball and The Anfield Wrap’s Neil Atkinson.

 

You know how to listen.

 

You can subscribe on iTunes, to the RSS feed, or listen via the Sun FM Website.

 

into-the-light-itunes

 

Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

‘Into The Light’ Show for Sun FM – Manchester United Preview

An excellent win over Watford last weekend means Sunderland will go into the Boxing Day clash with Manchester United full of festive cheer. We preview the game, get some positives from Proctor and hear from yer dar as usual. There’s also a lovely festive SAFC quiz to look forward to.

 

You know how to listen.

 

You can subscribe on iTunes, to the RSS feed, or listen via the Sun FM Website.

 

into-the-light-itunes

 

Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2016/17 – Episode 17

Four wins in the last seven games and Sunderland are on the brink of safety at Christmas. Who would have thought that would be the case after ten games played? Who would have thought Papy Djilobodji and Donald Love would be imperious during our 1-0 against Watford? A welcome pre-Christmas treat, I’m sure you’d all agree.

 

It’s an all WMS affair tonight with Rory Fallow and Gary Foster joining Gareth and Stephen in the studio.

 

If you didn’t know already, then you can subscribe on iTunes, listen or stream on Acast or use the RSS Feed to subscribe and listen. Alternatively you can stream it below.

 

 

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Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

 

‘Into The Light’ Show for Sun FM – Watford Preview

Not the greatest of week’s for the lads unfortunately. Two defeats, thought the performance against Chelsea was a lot better than the one in Wales last weekend. Sunderland face Watford at the Stadium of Light on Saturday and could really do with a win. Michael, Stephen and Gareth talk about all of that, hear from yer dar, we discuss the greatest moment of Michael’s life and hear from SAFC CEO Martin Bain.

 

You know how to listen.

 

You can subscribe on iTunes, to the RSS feed, or listen via the Sun FM Website.

 

into-the-light-itunes

 

Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.

Wise Men Say – SAFC Podcast in association with A Love Supreme – 2016/17 – Episode 16

Back down to earth with a bump. Just when you think we might be getting somewhere we go and do what we do. Typical Sunderland. Gareth, Stephen and Rory are joined in the studio by Frankie from Frankie and the Heartstrings.

 

If you didn’t know already, then you can subscribe on iTunes, listen or stream on Acast or use the RSS Feed to subscribe and listen. Alternatively you can stream it below.

 

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Join us at Port of Call, Sunderland on Monday January 23rd for another Wise Men Say live show. This time we’re joined by Sunderland cult hero Julio Arca and the Evening Chronicle’s SAFC journalist, James Hunter. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5 and available here.