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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-26, 9:46 pm

Fool that I am I will be there.


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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-26, 9:55 pm

How could Sunderland go down?

Sunderland will be relegated at the weekend if:

  • They lose to Bournemouth and Hull avoid defeat at Southampton

  • They lose to Bournemouth and Swansea - who play on Sunday - beat Manchester United

  • They draw with Bournemouth and Hull win at Southampton


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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-26, 10:19 pm

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How could Sunderland go down?



Sunderland will be relegated at the weekend if:

  • They lose to Bournemouth and Hull avoid defeat at Southampton

  • They lose to Bournemouth and Swansea - who play on Sunday - beat Manchester United

  • They draw with Bournemouth and Hull win at Southampton


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Re: Sunderland v Bournemouth.--Match Day Thread

Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-27, 7:08 am

I must admit that I still look forward to match day despite everything but this one could well turn nasty.

An early goal from Bournemouth, more than possible, will see the crowd turn with both Short, probably not there and Moye the main targets.

The Middlesbrough game con firmed a few things that we already knew,


  • Started well but fight stopped when Boro scored and headless chickens started.
  • Better second half but its always a better second half.
  • Any quality none existent.



We know we need a big turnover with any player worth keeping sold and the rest not good enough even for championship football and a manager who has lost the little support he had.

For me they all have two more home games and Hull to show me why they should still be Sunderland employees next season and I'm honestly looking forward to see if any can convince me but I doubt they will.

My guess would be that Moyes, if he is still here, will stick with the same team one more time but if they fail again, I fear they will, will start introducing the kids and plan for next season.

I don't feel the anger of many, some disappointment yes but no anger, it's a wasted emotion and one I tried to leave behind some years ago.

I do however fear for the future, despite many bad times this may well be the worst with a owner who wants out, a manager most want out and a squad of players who have consistently let the club and fans down. I don't see a quick return unless we get rid of the lot, owner certainly and I assume any new owners will want their own manager.

In a macabre sort of way I find it all interesting and a real life soap opera worth watching so season ticket renewed.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-27, 9:20 am

I agree with you Syd, our next game could get very ugly indeed and I too fear for the future, because we are on our way to being the next Leeds or Notts Forest or Derby or Sheffield Wednesday etc. Crying or Very sad

Yes, it is all interesting: how supporters have taken this long to react, hoodwinked by talk of 'stability' (no coincidence the Tories have nicked that catchphrase!) into accepting dross on the pitch;  how fragile our players are mentally under this manager, yet under Sam they seemed so much stronger; how the manager bought poorly and talked a bad game, sending negatve vibes echoed right through the club from day one of the season; how the owner stays in the shadows, rakes in the cash, and does nothing to make us feel there is even a plan for the future; how the new CEO spouts platitudes, while making club staff redundant; and how they all try to justify themselves, largely without ever accepting any blame for themselves.

I am sad and angry, not at the club, the players, or even Moyes, but with Short, who is ultimately accountable for the mess we are in. I will not go back to the SOL until Short has gone as I will not put another penny of my money into his pockets.

Aye, interesting times ahead, but I expect it to get a bit bumpy from here on in Crying or Very sad
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Post  Billy D on 2017-04-27, 9:35 am

I hope Bournemouth win.
Finally put us out of out fkn misery.
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Post  talcnturnip on 2017-04-27, 11:19 am

Don't worry mate they will.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-27, 10:35 pm

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-28, 3:12 pm

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-29, 8:00 am

Well fellow mugwumpers the day we all look forward to is here again, it's match day.

Our heroes will be excitedly eating their breakfasts in anticipation of another glorious victory,, a scintillating display of the game we call football that will see a packed stadium on their feet in appreciation.

Our leader, the boy David will be ready to inspire, motivate and get emotional as he enters the arena to the sound of 40,000 fans singing his name, "DAVID, DAVID, DAVID", Ellis in the directors bow will no doubt have a tear in his eye.

Around 14.05 our team of top sportsmen will enter the arena to warm applause and we will wonder at their athleticism as they go through their warm up routines then they will leave the field and the excitement will grow, then dance of the kings will start,



Enter the teams, hand shakes and then the huddle that Bournemouth will do, we dont need that sort of togetherness, we are above that.

The referee blows, the game starts, our heroes attack, they are up for the fight then, yes there is always a then,

Bournemouth score, our heroes become villains, the headless chicken dance starts and in our heads we here,



The fans respond with, "Are you watching Ellis Short, "Moyes out, Moyes out" and in the east stand, upper 8, pensioners corner there is no noise just shaking of heads and smiles that say,"Here we go again, seen it all before, after all, this is Sunderland"

The bus ride home will be talk of next season, that pub we use in Sheffield, has anyone actually been to Burton, at least we still have the smogs to play.

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Post  oldblackcat on 2017-04-29, 8:04 am

I will be there to see if this comes true safc.....am I mad???.....probably Laughing
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-29, 8:08 am

oldblackcat wrote:I will be there to see if this comes true safc.....am I mad???.....probably Laughing
Its like a gripping drama, we all know the ending but we are hoping for a twist that wont come. I always find it does not hurt the same when amongst friends and fellow sufferers.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-04-29, 8:09 am

I will be there.

I agree with what Billy says. Lets get it over and done with.

I will however have had a right skinful prior to going over. Its the only way I can do it at the minute.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-29, 8:12 am

gil t azell wrote:I will be there.

I agree with what Billy says. Lets get it over and done with.

I will however have had a right skinful prior to going over. Its the only way I can do it at the minute.
hahaha, you say that as if you actually mean it, what about all those other games

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Post  talcnturnip on 2017-04-29, 8:53 am

Not going won't be listening or watching either seen too many relegations now so will be watching Army v Navy rugby on the box with a few beers and if the weather gets up a BBQ.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-29, 9:46 am

GRea post Syd, sums it all up Very Happy 

I will be listening on radio and will chat on Chatbox with anyone that signs in.

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Post  Billy D on 2017-04-29, 11:05 am

gil t azell wrote:I will be there.

I agree with what Billy says. Lets get it over and done with.

I will however have had a right skinful prior to going over. Its the only way I can do it at the minute.
If we get beat  & Hull win that's it, job done.
Hope it happens.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-29, 11:14 am

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gil t azell wrote:I will be there.

I agree with what Billy says. Lets get it over and done with.

I will however have had a right skinful prior to going over. Its the only way I can do it at the minute.
If we get beat  & Hull win that's it, job done.
Hope it happens.
I will be there and win,lose or draw will come home smiling to enjoy a nice dinner and then the Joshua fight.

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gil t azell wrote:I will be there.

I agree with what Billy says. Lets get it over and done with.

I will however have had a right skinful prior to going over. Its the only way I can do it at the minute.
If we get beat  & Hull win that's it, job done.
Hope it happens.
I will be there and win,lose or draw will come home smiling to enjoy a nice dinner and then the Joshua fight.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-29, 11:23 am

Enjoy your day boy's and girl's, I'm off to catch the bus, meet up with fellow sufferers and enjoy my day whatever the outcome.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-29, 3:22 pm

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-04-29, 3:29 pm

Hieronymus wrote:Chatbox open if anyone interested? Smile
Sorry H normally at match but for reasons that nobody need know I'm not. 

To be honest I'm not even bothered. I would honestly prefer Hull to win and us to draw to confirm relegation. Not even watching it.
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-29, 3:44 pm

gil t azell wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Chatbox open if anyone interested? Smile
Sorry H normally at match but for reasons that nobody need know I'm not. 

To be honest I'm not even bothered. I would honestly prefer Hull to win and us to draw to confirm relegation. Not even watching it.
Oh hope all is okay Gil Surprised

I am on Chatbox anyway talking to myself! I am nly listening to radio but sounds like we are doing quite well TBH. Defoe has had a few shots and should have scored really. Mind Bournemouth have had one off the underside of the bar and another one cleared off the line. So quite exciting really. Smile

Take care anyway Smile
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-29, 4:56 pm

Not our worst performance but relegation confirmed by a late Josh King goal (from a sloppy pass by Kone ... grrrr...) together with a missed penalty by Tadic of Southampton.

Glad the pain is now over and we can look forward to next season, whoever is in charge, and whatever players we can muster for the team Crying or Very sad
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