LEWIS MORGAN has helped Sunderland to within a point of an automatic promotion place after the Black Cats came from a goal behind against Walsall to take all three points in a 2-1 win.

The Celtic midfielder started again for his loan club and played 70 minutes before being substituted. Morgan has been going from strength to strength down south and has really hit his stride in recent weeks as he tries to help Jack Ross reach the Championship.

Many Sunderland fans have spoken of the player’s ability over the past few weeks and were delighted when Lewis scored the goal which has booked them a place at Wembley in the Checkatrade Cup Final.

On Saturday, the midfielder didn’t get on the scoresheet but the Sunderland Echo twitter account described the Celtic player as ‘impressive’ and a ‘constant threat’.

Lewis is due back at Celtic this summer where he along with his Celtic team-mates will be working under a new full time manager after the departure of Brendan Rodgers.

Celtic fans should get excited if Lewis can reach his full potential at Celtic next term. It’s a packed field but if he continues to develop and gain confidence during his loan spell it can only be a bouns.

It’s clear a lot of Sunderland fans would like to keep Lewis if it was possible, but it’s likely a new man would run the rule over his full squad before making any profound transfer decisions.


  1. In the event of any stoppages (ie) Ball out of play, Injuries, Substitutes and time wasting, The decisions are made by the referee and if in their opinions a game should be made of two equal halves, And if the game has been stopped for any reason, Then the time on their watch or on managers watches can’t be deemed as equal halves, So any stoppages must be counted and that time shall be made up as 90mins, Two equal halves of 45mins, So if others (ie) Managers, Players, Supporters (or) Joe public watch any another football game from wherever, Get a stop watch or even if you have a normal but (not) A Mickey Mouse Watch with only one hand, Then even someone with only half a brain should be able to work this out, “Then Again May-be Not” At least give it a try, If you can do this, The (SFA) Are looking for “Referees” !!!


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