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West Brom boss makes striker decision as Sunderland confirm deal



Sunderland will take on playoff-bound West Brom on Saturday in what promises to be another challenging match. The Black Cats will look to increase their lead this weekend after recently picking up two points from Leeds United and Bristol City, two strong clubs.

The Black Cats’ season has drastically diminished, and they now have a fight to place in the top half. Despite this, they will be driven to end the campaign strong in order to give themselves hope for the upcoming season. We have compiled all of the most recent information about the Stadium of Light in the meantime.

Maja made the choice.

Josh Maja, a forward, will not play in this weekend’s match against Sunderland, according to West Brom manager Carlos Corberan. “If Wallace feels okay after training and everyone is available from the previous game, Maja will play tonight with the under-21s,” the Baggies manager stated.

“He needs this game time that we are unable to provide for him in any other manner; the coaching and physical staff are providing him with exactly what he needs if we are to see him contributing to the squad.

“We cannot forget that he has been injured from the Sunderland game until now, so a lot of months, which needs some time. Sometimes we need to, let’s say, sacrifice one game if we want to help him be ready. Sometimes if you don’t make this sacrifice you can spend two months making him available to play.”

Hummel verified

Sunderland has announced that Hummel, a Danish business, will be producing its uniforms starting in the upcoming season as part of a multiyear agreement. “We have been working on this arrangement throughout the season, and we are happy to welcome Hummel back to Sunderland,” stated David Bruce, chief business officer of Sunderland.

Even though a number of international brands showed interest in SAFC, our ownership group was certain that any deal had to be entirely unique to our team. From the beginning, Hummel was evident, exhibiting a comprehensive comprehension of Sunderland that encompasses both our heritage and our prospects.



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