Sunderland has spent the last three seasons as the Assistant General Manager for the Ottawa REDBLACKS. Sunderland was one of the club’s first football hires as he helped spearhead the personnel decisions under Marcel Desjardins from the REDBLACKS’ inception.
According to Lawless, Sunderland isn’t the only presumed lead candidate that is still on the outside looking in to the GM search, as he reports that talks between the Alouettes and Danny Maciocia have been far from extensive.
At this point, can also tell you Danny Maciocia is not in negotiations with @MTLAlouettes and has only had one formal convo.
Montreal parted ways with the only GM the modern-era Alouettes knew when the Jim Popp era ended in November. Popp spent over two decades with the team after originally joining the Baltimore Stallions in 1994, who later moved to Montreal to become the Alouettes.
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