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Post  vinkel on 2017-09-17, 12:34 pm

Do you watch as a manager watches, analysing who is doing what. Or like me just follow the action.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-09-17, 2:24 pm

Same as you vinkel. If play is close by the manager or if a sub is coming on I might glance over but thats about it.
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Re: When you watch Sunderland

Post  cyprussyd on 2017-09-17, 2:45 pm

I read this question some time ago but declined to answer, it gave me a problem, do I give the quick reply or tell the truth, well I have decided on the truth, a little heavy for a quiet Sunday afternoon.
If the action is exciting I'm like you Vink but it's Sunderland we are talking about so we get lot's of boring bits, I enjoy those periods.

From kick off to half time then kick off to full time I feel alone, free to enjoy my own world, a world of escape. Like you and many others Vink life has its problems and no matter how often people say,"I understand" they can't really. I know why you go to watch Bishop and I think I understand but I can't really.

During the boring bits I often have no clue what it happening on the pitch, I am alone in my own space usually to be brought crashing back to earth with a collective groan or single voice shouting ffs.

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Re: When you watch Sunderland

Post  Hieronymus on 2017-09-17, 6:42 pm

I usually watch/listen at home so am often working on my laptop, on Chatbox, and on Facebook/Skype to my children at the same time, so it is very rare these days I concentrate solely on the match but I do try and see the biigger picture like where people are playing and how effective they are etc. as well as following the action.
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