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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-22, 9:37 am

SATURDAY 25TH FEBRUARY
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Last time out 39,000 poor souls suffered a 0-4 loss to Southampton, line up was..


Mannone, Jones, Oviedo, Denayer, Larsson, O’Shea, Ndong, Defoe, Kone, Gibson, Januzaj.


I don't see many changers but will we see Pickford back in goal?


The one thing we do need to see is a massive improvement in performance and commitment. Bonding trips to New York will be questioned if we see anything like the Southampton display.


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Re: Everton v Sunderland--Match-day thread.

Post  sunderpitt on 2017-02-22, 12:26 pm

Not losing will be a minor miracle
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Re: Everton v Sunderland--Match-day thread.

Post  gil t azell on 2017-02-22, 6:07 pm

sunderpitt wrote:Not losing will be a minor miracle


Unfortunately I am inclined to agree on this one.

PS. Still not getting relegated tho.
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Re: Everton v Sunderland--Match-day thread.

Post  Hieronymus on 2017-02-22, 6:08 pm

Pickford in goal, otherwise unchanged for me unless any of our injury list are also unexpectedly fit Rolling Eyes


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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-22, 6:20 pm

Hieronymus wrote:Pickford in goal, otherwise unchanged for me unless any of our injury list are also unexpectedly fit Rolling Eyes
Well if two are fit three will get injured

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-02-22, 6:26 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Pickford in goal, otherwise unchanged for me unless any of our injury list are also unexpectedly fit Rolling Eyes
Well if two are fit three will get injured
Careful, you'll be charged for spot fixing. Now get back to your "pasty"  Wink

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-22, 6:34 pm

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Pickford in goal, otherwise unchanged for me unless any of our injury list are also unexecpectedly fit Rolling Eyes
Well if two are fit three will get injured
Careful, you'll be charged for spot fixing. Now get back to your "pasty"  Wink
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-02-22, 8:24 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Pickford in goal, otherwise unchanged for me unless any of our injury list are also unexecpectedly fit Rolling Eyes
Well if two are fit three will get injured
Careful, you'll be charged for spot fixing. Now get back to your "pasty"  Wink
We had what in my youth was called a flan but is now called quiche lorraine .
It pays to have a second description so you'll have a chance of escaping prosecution on a technicality as in "Not a Pie"

Ps. Lorraine sounds much tastier than flan, then again with your typing  Neutral

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Post  Gordon Armstrong on 2017-02-23, 1:24 pm

I'm expecting us to beat Everton 3-1 and I'll be thoroughly annoyed if we don't Smile



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Re: Everton v Sunderland--Match-day thread.

Post  Hieronymus on 2017-02-23, 1:44 pm

Gordon Armstrong wrote:I'm expecting us to beat Everton 3-1 and I'll be thoroughly annoyed if we don't Smile



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Post  MrRAWhite on 2017-02-24, 12:39 am

Anything we get from this game is a bonus..

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Post  barrowmackem on 2017-02-24, 9:33 am

MrRAWhite wrote:Anything we get from this game is a bonus..

we will win surely ? hell they have all had a weeks bonding in the big apple!!!

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-02-24, 9:48 am

barrowmackem wrote:
MrRAWhite wrote:Anything we get from this game is a bonus..

we will win surely ? hell they have all had a weeks bonding in the big apple!!!

So our heads based on previous performance tells us we will lose (they stuffed us earlier in the season at home)

But are hearts  hope a draw or as a minor miracle...a win
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-02-24, 9:59 am

barrowmackem wrote:
MrRAWhite wrote:Anything we get from this game is a bonus..

we will win surely ? hell they have all had a weeks bonding in the big apple!!!
Everton had a weeks bonding in the sun in Dubai so they at least also got to do some football training. And Lukaku is fit apparently Crying or Very sad





Sunderland to win then eh? Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-24, 10:31 am

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-24, 10:49 am

Sunderland AFC manager David Moyes has confirmed goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is available for the weekend's game with Everton.
Would you start with the 22-year-old or retain Vito Mannone for the match at Goodison Park?


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Post  barrowmackem on 2017-02-24, 11:24 am

cyprussyd wrote:Sunderland AFC manager David Moyes has confirmed goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is available for the weekend's game with Everton.
Would you start with the 22-year-old or retain Vito Mannone for the match at Goodison Park?


Syd I have stated on here play well keep the shirt but Vito last time out was no great shakes so its Picks in for me. like

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-02-24, 3:03 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Sunderland AFC manager David Moyes has confirmed goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is available for the weekend's game with Everton.
Would you start with the 22-year-old or retain Vito Mannone for the match at Goodison Park?

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-24, 3:20 pm

Would this be your team..

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-02-24, 3:32 pm

Yes it would Very Happy
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Post  Kipper on 2017-02-24, 3:47 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Sunderland AFC manager David Moyes has confirmed goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is available for the weekend's game with Everton.
Would you start with the 22-year-old or retain Vito Mannone for the match at Goodison Park?


Do you really need to ask? Pickford 100%. I can't even be bothered to say why - you know.
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cyprussyd wrote:Would this be your team..

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Post  Kipper on 2017-02-24, 11:54 pm

4) A trace of shame from Sunderland’s players

Who’d be a Sunderland player eh? Rock bottom of the Premier League and still feeling sorry for themselves after a 4-0 shellacking at the hands of Southampton, these over-burdened athletes were recently forced to go on a trip to New York, where they endured the horrors of bike-riding around Central Park, attending various premium sporting events and cutting loose at a Red Hot Chilli Peppers gig in the name of “team bonding”. This thoroughly undeserved pampering suggests David Moyes is all out of ideas on how best to get a tune out of his players and had obviously decided they might not respond to the kind of bonding exercise they actually deserved – being chased around the training ground by season ticket-holders hitting them with sticks. Moyes and his players returned from their jolly-up to be greeted by the news that an unspecified number of Sunderland’s less well-known staff are facing redundancy and if they have an ounce of shame, all those who visited the Big Apple will do everything in their power on and off the field to ensure that none of their colleagues lose their jobs. They can start by putting in some sort of performance at Everton, where they got thrashed 6-2 last season. Any kind of repeat performance from Sunderland’s players will send out the very clear signal that these over-indulged under-achievers aren’t just rubbish at football, but really don’t give any sort of damn. BG
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Kipper wrote:4) A trace of shame from Sunderland’s players

Who’d be a Sunderland player eh? Rock bottom of the Premier League and still feeling sorry for themselves after a 4-0 shellacking at the hands of Southampton, these over-burdened athletes were recently forced to go on a trip to New York, where they endured the horrors of bike-riding around Central Park, attending various premium sporting events and cutting loose at a Red Hot Chilli Peppers gig in the name of “team bonding”. This thoroughly undeserved pampering suggests David Moyes is all out of ideas on how best to get a tune out of his players and had obviously decided they might not respond to the kind of bonding exercise they actually deserved – being chased around the training ground by season ticket-holders hitting them with sticks. Moyes and his players returned from their jolly-up to be greeted by the news that an unspecified number of Sunderland’s less well-known staff are facing redundancy and if they have an ounce of shame, all those who visited the Big Apple will do everything in their power on and off the field to ensure that none of their colleagues lose their jobs. They can start by putting in some sort of performance at Everton, where they got thrashed 6-2 last season. Any kind of repeat performance from Sunderland’s players will send out the very clear signal that these over-indulged under-achievers aren’t just rubbish at football, but really don’t give any sort of damn. BG

Not saying I agree with this sort of reactio ary analysis by the way, just posting what's being written. We'll see what's what by th performance tomorrow. I recon our players have got more fight in them than Palace and Leicester though. A N othe to go down. Let it b Boro then.
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Kipper wrote:
Kipper wrote:4) A trace of shame from Sunderland’s players

Who’d be a Sunderland player eh? Rock bottom of the Premier League and still feeling sorry for themselves after a 4-0 shellacking at the hands of Southampton, these over-burdened athletes were recently forced to go on a trip to New York, where they endured the horrors of bike-riding around Central Park, attending various premium sporting events and cutting loose at a Red Hot Chilli Peppers gig in the name of “team bonding”. This thoroughly undeserved pampering suggests David Moyes is all out of ideas on how best to get a tune out of his players and had obviously decided they might not respond to the kind of bonding exercise they actually deserved – being chased around the training ground by season ticket-holders hitting them with sticks. Moyes and his players returned from their jolly-up to be greeted by the news that an unspecified number of Sunderland’s less well-known staff are facing redundancy and if they have an ounce of shame, all those who visited the Big Apple will do everything in their power on and off the field to ensure that none of their colleagues lose their jobs. They can start by putting in some sort of performance at Everton, where they got thrashed 6-2 last season. Any kind of repeat performance from Sunderland’s players will send out the very clear signal that these over-indulged under-achievers aren’t just rubbish at football, but really don’t give any sort of damn. BG

Not saying I agree with this sort of reactio ary analysis by the way, just posting what's being written. We'll see what's what by th  performance tomorrow. I recon our players have got more fight in them than Palace and Leicester though. A N othe  to go down. Let it  b  Boro then.

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