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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-02-25, 12:22 am

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

Post  gil t azell on 2017-02-25, 8:22 am

I'm praying and hoping for a win. 
Expecting a loss.
I would take a point now.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-02-25, 8:52 am

gil t azell wrote:I'm praying and hoping for a win. 
Expecting a loss.
I would take a point now.

Great minds think alike  Cool
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Re: Everton v Sunderland--Match-day thread.

Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-25, 11:02 am

25-2-2017...16.51


Everton 1 v 2 Sunderland  FT
Bains(44)       Gibson(12) Defoe(64)

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-02-25, 2:21 pm

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Glad Pickford is back but interesting that Mannone not on bench Question
Assume Denayer is injured? Young Gooch fit again too - at least gives us another option from the bench Very Happy
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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-02-25, 4:55 pm

Unfortunately not an unexpected result. No big apple bounce

Man City next

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

Post  Nostalgic on 2017-02-25, 5:04 pm

Our worst enemies again when we gave away possession leading their second, fortunate, goal.  Until then we were in with a chance.

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

Post  talcnturnip on 2017-02-25, 5:12 pm

Poor all over the pitch can't defend if their lives depended on it and no creativeness in midfield Defoe isolated and marked out of the game a tactic we all picked up on in game one of this season so why no plan B? Everton were no great shakes but, yet again we gift teams points and goals, that has got to stop and stop now. 
However as people have already said not an unexpected result so we move on, wonder where they will go this week for a team building jolly boys outing New Orleans maybe or Sidney? because New York worked a treat didn't it.

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Still looks like 3 from 5 for me and looking at the cash spent, injuries we have had and lack of support for Moyes its still well done from me.

On to Man City we go, I will be in my usual seat.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-02-25, 5:26 pm

Nostalgic wrote:Our worst enemies again when we gave away possession leading their second, fortunate, goal.  Until then we were in with a chance.
Yeah, shows the fine margins. If Defoe's effort had crossed the line (I bet its millimetres when we see the replay on MOTD tonight) then they would have not had the chance for the second breakaway goal and the score would have been 1-1 and it is a completely different game.

Only listened on radio but my observations are:

  • Januzaj was lively and seemed to work hard clapy
  • Pickford was a bit rusty but still made a couple of decent saves fi
  • Larsson should never be allowed near any of our freekicks again pull

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-25, 5:29 pm

Am I down, certainly not, still lots to fight for.

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Post  Silvers on 2017-02-25, 5:41 pm

Let's hope the bookies are wrong ..again

we are 1 / 6 on for Welly Gation

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

Post  Nostalgic on 2017-02-25, 5:42 pm

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Nostalgic wrote:Our worst enemies again when we gave away possession leading their second, fortunate, goal.  Until then we were in with a chance.
Yeah, shows the fine margins. If Defoe's effort had crossed the line (I bet its millimetres when we see the replay on MOTD tonight) then they would have not had the chance for the second breakaway goal and the score would have been 1-1 and it is a completely different game.

Only listened on radio but my observations are:

  • Januzaj was lively and seemed to work hard clapy
  • Pickford was a bit rusty but still made a couple of decent saves fi
  • Larsson should never be allowed near any of our freekicks again pull

Hope Kirchoff is back next week finger cross
Accurate observations H, as we matched them for effort all the way but nothing broke for us but combining with Borini just did not work. Mainly because of Borini.   The second goal was hard to take as we had people committed in their penalty area and I think it was Larsson who misplaced his pass to their player who just hit into space for a chase with Oviedo.  It will be interesting to see if Lukaku will have the goal taken away as Oviedo got the last touch and Pickford seemed to have it in his sight.

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