The Black Cats fell to defeat in new Stadium of Light manager Phil Parkinson’s first game in charge.

A number of Sunderland fans have been talking on Twitter about their side’s performance in the 1-0 loss away at Wycombe on Saturday and one Stadium of Light player who came under a lot of scrutiny was Aiden McGeady.

The Black Cats winger cut a frustrated figure for the most of the game, with little service coming his way – although he did come close with a powerful long-range effort in stoppage time – and he picked up a fifth yellow card of the campaign, incurring a one-match ban.

McGeady was one of numerous Sunderland players who flattered to deceive in Phil Parkinson’s first game as Black Cats boss and the Stadium of Light faithful were left with yet more bitter taste in their mouth at full time.

Here is what some of the Black Cats faithful were saying on social media about the £250,000 signing‘s exploits today:

Wycombe took the lead just before the half hour mark as Joe Jacobson’s free kick from the left was headed down by Adebayo Akinfenwa and met by Darius Charles on the volley from from eight yards out.

The result means Sunderland now sit 10th in the League One table, seven points behind second-placed Wycombe, and up next is Tuesday’s meeting with Tranmere at the Stadium of Light.

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