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Post  Kipper on 2017-05-15, 10:07 am

The media still love him, some Sunderland fans still love him and he certainly loves himself.

If Sam's in charge then everyone predicts he'll keep a team up. And so he did with Palace. But Palace shouldn't be anywhere near danger with the players they've got. Where were Palace when he took over? Where are they now? So what has he actually achieved there?
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-05-15, 10:39 am

Kipper wrote:The media still love him, some Sunderland fans still love him and he certainly loves himself.

If Sam's in charge then everyone predicts he'll keep a team up. And so he did with Palace. But Palace shouldn't be anywhere near danger with the players they've got. Where were Palace when he took over? Where are they now? So what has he actually achieved there?
Good point. He did make Benteke remember how to score though Very Happy
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Post  Silvers on 2017-05-15, 11:32 am

Kipper wrote:The media still love him, some Sunderland fans still love him and he certainly loves himself.

If Sam's in charge then everyone predicts he'll keep a team up. And so he did with Palace. But Palace shouldn't be anywhere near danger with the players they've got. Where were Palace when he took over? Where are they now? So what has he actually achieved there?

They were in a swan dive  with Monsewer Pardoo in charge....

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The drop-off in form continued this season, and Pardew departs with the club hovering just above the relegation zone having taken just 15 points from their first 17 games.
It added up to the worst record of any side in England's top four tiers in 2016. With six wins, eight draws and 22 losses from 36 Premier League games, Palace took 26 points at an average of just 0.72 per game.
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-05-17, 11:23 pm

Kipper wrote:The media still love him, some Sunderland fans still love him and he certainly loves himself.

If Sam's in charge then everyone predicts he'll keep a team up. And so he did with Palace. But Palace shouldn't be anywhere near danger with the players they've got. Where were Palace when he took over? Where are they now? So what has he actually achieved there?
His record would suggest that he knows how to manage a squad of professionals that for others have under performed.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-18, 5:18 am

Kipper wrote:The media still love him, some Sunderland fans still love him and he certainly loves himself.

If Sam's in charge then everyone predicts he'll keep a team up. And so he did with Palace. But Palace shouldn't be anywhere near danger with the players they've got. Where were Palace when he took over? Where are they now? So what has he actually achieved there?
I still love him

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Post  Kipper on 2017-05-18, 8:52 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Kipper wrote:The media still love him, some Sunderland fans still love him and he certainly loves himself.

If Sam's in charge then everyone predicts he'll keep a team up. And so he did with Palace. But Palace shouldn't be anywhere near danger with the players they've got. Where were Palace when he took over? Where are they now? So what has he actually achieved there?
I still love him
That's nice. He was nothing to me as soon as he left the club. We're all different.

Late night or early morning?
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Post  The Yakker on 2017-05-18, 1:40 pm

Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Kipper wrote:The media still love him, some Sunderland fans still love him and he certainly loves himself.

If Sam's in charge then everyone predicts he'll keep a team up. And so he did with Palace. But Palace shouldn't be anywhere near danger with the players they've got. Where were Palace when he took over? Where are they now? So what has he actually achieved there?
I still love him
That's nice. He was nothing to me as soon as he left the club. We're all different.

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Tremendous, a firkin hell of a lot better than this jock barstool
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