Cats starting to purr

18 September 2009 02:59
// A bit of a hack but it works// The article snippet is wrapped onto a second line, even when #article-sub is emptyif( $("div#article-sub").children().length == 0 ) {$("div#article-sub").remove();} Steve Bruce feels the new regime at Sunderland is starting to come together, piece by piece.[LNB] The Black Cats implemented a complete overhaul during the summer, with new coaching staff and a host of new players brought on board.[LNB]Bruce, who was lured away from his managerial post at Wigan, accepts that it will take time for everything to level out at the Stadium of Light.[LNB]However, the club have made a positive start to the new season, with the summer arrivals quickly settling in their new surroundings.[LNB]Unsurprisingly the impressive showings have pleased Bruce, who believes his squad continue to head in the right direction.[LNB]Spirit"I just detect now there is a bit of spirit coming amongst us," he said.[LNB]"We are all new, we have made huge changes and that takes a little bit of time, but we can see people are gelling with each other and making friends with each other.[LNB]"That's going to take, as I said, a little bit of time, but it's going the right way."[LNB]Bruce admits that the eye-catching start to the campaign has left him facing welcome selection posers, with Sunderland now able to boast a squad brimming with talent.[LNB]He added: "The nicest headache any manager can have, let me tell you, is to try to change a winning team."[LNB]

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