Sunderland player sends message following Sheffield Wednesday loss, fueling fan hopes of Sunderland stay

Jack Clarke resorted to social media following the Sheffield Wednesday game to offer a message to fans. Jack Clarke gave Sunderland fans a glimpse of optimism following the Sheffield Wednesday encounter.

The Wearsiders were defeated 2-0 by Sheffield Wednesday in their final game of the season, with Clarke starting on the left wing at the Stadium of Light under temporary manager Mike Dodds.
Sunderland trailed 1-0 in the 29th minute after Liam Palmer scored off a wonderful assist from Barry Bannan. The visitors extended their lead nine minutes later when Josh Windass converted Pol Valentin’s cross.

For some time, there has been speculation that Clarke could be sold for a large quantity of money during the forthcoming summer window to help Sundeland rebuild. The former Tottenham and Leeds United winger has two years left on his current contract but is unlikely to sign another, despite interest from the Premier League and Europe. Clarke gave Sunderland fans encouragement on Instagram after the Sheffield Wednesday game, saying, “We will be back stronger.” Clarke’s full message read: “Another season has ended. Unfortunately, not good enough over the course of the year. We shall come back stronger. “Over and out.”

How much could Sunderland ace Jack Clarke be worth in January? - Sports  Illustrated Sunderland Nation

Supporters reacted quickly to Clarke’s comments, with one user saying, “You were good enough personally. I hope to see you in red and white again, but I will not begrudge you for moving on up. Thank you for everything you have given us!”
Another added, “Give it another year, and if it doesn’t work, pursue the dream that every footballer has; until then, stay focused and enjoy what you have here, friend.


On X, Matt stated, “I think he stays,” and Doug added, “He is too classy to just say he is leaving.” Phil commented, “Definitely a ‘goodbye’ substitution by Dodds. Clarke clapped all over the ground. I’d put my house on us not having him at the club by the conclusion of the transfer window, most certainly.”

Before the season begins. Another Sunderland fan commented, “It’s a shame none of the other players stepped up as you did. “I hope you stay, but I don’t blame you for leaving.”


Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.