[Sunderland Echo] - In contrast to his experiences at St Andrews, the one reassuring thing for Bruce in what has undoubtedly been the most troubled spell of his time in charge of Sunderland, has been that owner Ellis Short and former chairman Niall Quinn have been
[Sunderland Echo] - Whether or not owner Ellis Short does make cash available to spend in the window remains to be seen, but if injuries pile up over Christmas this season like they did last, he might find himself facing little other choice. Sunderland's Connor Wickham .
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[Shields Gazette] - And whether he likes it or not it appears that owner Ellis Short will have to get out the cheque book. Even without Wickham's injury, Sunderland needed to strengthen their attack in January, and there are other areas which need addressing.
[Thurrock Gazette] - Ellis' parents set up the Ellis Lynch Forget Me Knot charity to raise as much money as they can now, so that they can make Ellis' short life as fun and fulfilling as possible. The money will also be used to pay for the wheelchairs and adapted cars they
[Vitalfootball] - Ellis Short is very, very quiet. He's backed Bruce since day one really although Roy Keane was a different story. Shortly after buying out the Niall Quinn-lead Drumaville consortium he binned Keane. In hindsight probably the right decision but it has
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - FA Cup-winning hero Dennis Tueart has urged Sunderland owner Ellis Short to keep faith with manager Steve Bruce. Although four points from his side's last two games has relieved the immediate pressure on Bruce, Sunderland are 14th in the Barclays
[Journal Live] - But Bruce – yet to talk in depth with the owner about a transfer fund since the boardroom reshuffle that followed Niall Quinn's departure – is hoping that owner Ellis Short will back him again heavily in the January window. He has the money from Gyan's
[WhatCulture!] - And then of course there is the question of whether Ellis Short would be willing to let the brightest talent of his current squad leave at all. So what do you think, Newcastle fans? Would you willingly accept Sessegnon at St James Park, following the