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No idea how Kipper will take it

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-08-05, 3:52 pm

Lee Cattermole was named the man of the match as Sunderland and Derby drew 1-1 at the Stadium of Light and the Sunderland captain felt a draw was a fair result.


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Post  canary-dave on 2017-08-05, 4:09 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Lee Cattermole was named the man of the match as Sunderland and Derby drew 1-1 at the Stadium of Light and the Sunderland captain felt a draw was a fair result.


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I've always rated him, he has in the past been an accident waiting to happen, but since he has sorted out his anger issues he has become a much better, commited player that runs through brick walls!   like

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Post  Silvers on 2017-08-05, 4:15 pm

He has found his level I think...
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-08-05, 4:59 pm

In an interview Cattermole said this is the first season he has had a whole pre-season and been fighting fit. If he performs consistently like he did last night he may yet even persuade Kipper that he is worth his place!! Very Happy
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Post  Silvers on 2017-08-05, 5:47 pm

Yes we need to be strong,fit and combative in all games.
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Post  talcnturnip on 2017-08-05, 6:25 pm

His ability was never in question, his temperament was but, seems to have calmed down a lot lately, the reason I'm guessing Kipper, myself and a few others think he should be moved on is his injuries. The reason he hasn't had a full pre season for years is because he has been injured during pre season, I'm not talking little niggles either most of last season a big chunk of the season before etc. etc. When he completes a full season relatively injury free playing consistently well then I will change my mind about him but, that could be a long time coming.
Totally agree about his MOTM award for last night he worked hard and ran the team ragged.

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Post  lesmac on 2017-08-05, 6:52 pm

talcnturnip wrote:His ability was never in question, his temperament was but, seems to have calmed down a lot lately, the reason I'm guessing Kipper, myself and a few others think he should be moved on is his injuries. The reason he hasn't had a full pre season for years is because he has been injured during pre season, I'm not talking little niggles either most of last season a big chunk of the season before etc. etc. When he completes a full season relatively injury free playing consistently well then I will change my mind about him but, that could be a long time coming.
Totally agree about his MOTM award for last night he worked hard and ran the team ragged.
You make valid points talc but in his defence I believe that a good many of his injuries have been caused by him turning too soon after a couple of the serious he has had. He has finally got some control of his temperament which can only be a good thing and there can be no doubt that his leadership on the park has been missed. We can only hope that his age and experience act as a calming influence on him for we need his undoubted passion in the championship particularly after the dreadful season we had last year.  I though the team played well against Derby and were a trifle unlucky not to win the game. One criticism of last nights team was the performance of young Galloway who was given a hiding by his winger. Maybe I'm being a little hard on the lad for he is very young.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-08-05, 7:12 pm

lesmac wrote:
talcnturnip wrote:His ability was never in question, his temperament was but, seems to have calmed down a lot lately, the reason I'm guessing Kipper, myself and a few others think he should be moved on is his injuries. The reason he hasn't had a full pre season for years is because he has been injured during pre season, I'm not talking little niggles either most of last season a big chunk of the season before etc. etc. When he completes a full season relatively injury free playing consistently well then I will change my mind about him but, that could be a long time coming.
Totally agree about his MOTM award for last night he worked hard and ran the team ragged.
You make valid points talc but in his defence I believe that a good many of his injuries have been caused by him turning too soon after a couple of the serious he has had. He has finally got some control of his temperament which can only be a good thing and there can be no doubt that his leadership on the park has been missed. We can only hope that his age and experience act as a calming influence on him for we need his undoubted passion in the championship particularly after the dreadful season we had last year.  I though the team played well against Derby and were a trifle unlucky not to win the game. One criticism of last nights team was the performance of young Galloway who was given a hiding by his winger. Maybe I'm being a little hard on the lad for he is very young.
The fact that Mccready dropped back to help suggests he was the week like but, he can hopefully improve.

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