When Sunderland last played at Wembley, eight weeks ago, Max Power could not get into their XI. The Black Cats midfielder has started every game but one since – and even then he came off the bench in the opening half-hour. His first season on Wearside has not run smoothly for Power, a much-heralded signing from Wigan Athletic in August, only to have become something of a liability by November. But Power has hit form as the season has reached its peak, and if it comes about, however it does, his third League One promotion will be something to look back on with huge fondness. Power’s low point came at the Bescott Stadium in November, when he instinctively lunged towards the ball, pulled out of the tackle, but was sent off anyway. It was Power’s third red card of the season, the second in the opening quarter of a game. Walsall used their numerical advantage to take a 2-0 lead Sunderland were only able to equalise right at the death. Each suspension was extended because they coincided with the Football League Trophy, where the daft rules saw the competition not regarded as first-team football in that respect, even though the… Read full this story
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