The day a revolution died
From the ashes of relegation we rose again placing our hopes in the new saviours of Keane and Quinn. The new story of SAFC gathered pace with the appointment of Mr Sbragia who masterminded the downfall of our fiercest enemies and ensured we were once again the elite of the north east.
Yet the appointment of Bruce undoubtably represented a backwards step, something the vast majority of supporters now agree on. Furthermore the increasingly eccentric comments of the once valiant Quinn caused anger and bemusment, as it appeared he had forgotten those who were once his kin.
Yet hope remained with true world class talent such as Henderson and Gordon, somthing Bruce is clearly now trying to extinguish