SAFC 1974-1975 Football League Division 2 Season Review
By Season End
Sunderland AFC finished 4th at the end of the 1974-1975 season scoring 65 goals, conceding 35 with a goal difference of 30.
Bryan Robson contributed the most goals in the 1974-1975 Football League Division 2 season, netting 19 (0.45 goals per game). With a goalscoring average of 0.65 goals per game the Rokerites netted a total of 41 goals at Roker Park conceding 8 (33), away from home scoring 24 and conceding 27 (-3) with an away goalscoring average of 1.75 and an overall goalscoring average of 0.65 goals per game.
The season finished in 1975 with 19 wins, a win ratio of 45.24%, the Sunderland AFC faithful at Roker Park enjoyed 14 wins and the travelling support saw 5 games won.
Of the 42 games played the Rokerites managed 13 draws by the end of the 1974-1975 season, 6 draws at Roker Park and 7 away from home.
In total SAFC lost 10 games, 1 games lost at Roker Park (8 goals conceded) and 9 games lost away (27 goals conceded).
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