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The Club moved to the Stadium of Light in , after leaving their former home of Roker Park where they had played for 99 years. The stadium is of a good size, is totally enclosed and on the whole is quite impressive. It is composed of two three-tiered stands at the North end and the West side of the pitch , whilst the others are two-tiered. The West Main Stand on one side also has a row of executive boxes which you can sit outside if you wish , that are situated just below the top tier. Currently, with half the stadium being larger than the other, it looks a little imbalanced, when looking from the Roker Stand. However, if at some point the Club were to add an additional tier to the two remaining sides, then an even more remarkable stadium would emerge.
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The Imps lost Joe Walsh and Harry Anderson to injury ahead of the semi-final and Appleton felt some players looked tired during the game. The Imps went into their 39th game of the season in all competitions after losing defender Joe Walsh and Harry Anderson to injury. The pair joined Liam Bridcutt on the sidelines, with the skipper being ruled out for up to six weeks with a calf problem. Lincoln made a bright start to the second half and Scully's goal came as no surprise, but the visitors were on the back foot thereafter as Sunderland then enjoyed their best spell of the tie.
Nissan has said Brexit will give the company a competitive advantage over its car industry rivals as it pledged to build new electric vehicle batteries in the UK. The Japanese carmarker did not stop investing in the UK in the run-up to the country leaving the EU and will continue to do so, said its chief operating officer Ashwani Gupta. Nissan insisted that Covid was to blame, not Brexit-related red tape. Before the Christmas Eve deal, Nissan had repeatedly warned that its Sunderland plant would not be viable if Boris Johnson failed to secure free access to the EU market. Nissan said it would begin producing electric car batteries in Sunderland later this year meaning that, unlike many of its rivals, the Japanese car make will not be reliant on batteries imported from Asia for its electric cars.