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Sunderland: Fans slam Callum McFadzean performance

Sunderland: Fans slam Callum McFadzean performance - League One

Plenty of Sunderland supporters have been reacting to Callum McFadzean’s performance against Tranmere Rovers in the EFL Trophy Final on social media.

The 27-year-old made his 23rd appearance in all competitions this season in the capital, with Lee Johnson making four changes from the 2-0 win over Portsmouth last time out.

McFadzean, who missed just one game during Sunderland’s road to Wembley, kept his place in the team from Tuesday’s League One victory, however, he didn’t make a positive impression with several fans.

The left-back has been criticised by many Sunderland supporters already this season, and his display against Keith Hill’s side didn’t appear to win them over on Sunday. Apart from one block on the stroke of half-time, the 27-year-old had a largely quiet afternoon at Wembley, per Chronicle Live.

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He lined up alongside Luke O’Nien, Tom Flanagan and Max Power in a back four and took a nasty kick to the face early on, which needed attention for the physio.

Here is what these Black Cats fans had to say about McFadzean’s display, with one describing it as ‘dreadful’.

Sunderland fans react

“McFadzean has clearly won a raffle to become a footballer. Awful.”

Credit: @MrMaps

McFadzean has got to be the worst Sunderland player ever

Credit: @_niallshort

Eeeeeeee McFadzean is absolutely dreadful

Credit: @tomm_shannon

McFadzean, Flanagan and Leadbitter have been painful to watch

Credit: @dannyveng

“McFadzean is a competition winner I swear. No way he’s a real footballer”

Credit: @KevinBridges82

Not usually one to dig out players on social media but McFadzean makes me ill. I typed this out on about 22 minutes. Still relevant.

Credit: @easygoingmaloy


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