See the players in training to start half term
7:27am 17th February 2017
Sunderland fans are being invited in to watch them in action in training.
Supporters can see first team players at the Stadium of Light on Monday afternoon during a day of entertainment as the half-term holidays begin.
David Moyes will be putting the Black Cats through their paces, following their trip to New York, and ahead of the Premier League visit to Everton on the 25th.
Speaking on our latest 'Into the Light' podcast former Sunderland striker Michael Proctor speaks about the bonding visit to America
Hear the full podcast, including guest former Black Cat Matty Piper here.
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SAFC to hold open training session during half-term
Sunderland's first team players are to train at the Stadium of Light with session open to supporters to watch
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