Chris Maguire has hit back at Sunderland’s critics, echoing the thoughts of his manager Jack Ross on the negativity surrounding the club. Prior to Rotherham’s visit to the Stadium of Light on Tuesday evening, Ross caused a stir as he lost his rag over a question about a poor performance at Accrington Stanley. His perception was that there was too much negativity surrounding the club, despite losing just one of their opening nine games of the season. The mood among supporters wasn’t helped by the disappointing 1-1 draw with the Millers, but ahead of the game star man Maguire echoed his manager’s thoughts. He told the match day programme: “We aren’t robots. If things clicked into gear every week then we wouldn’t be playing in this league, it’s as simple as that. “We know on our day if we click then we are a match for anybody, and we can really take it to teams. That weekend against AFC Wimbledon everything fell into place. “We need to make sure our home is somewhere people fear coming. We don’t want away fans and players turning up in the nice surroundings and thinking they’re going to enjoy the football. We want teams… Read full this story
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