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Post  cretanmakem on 2017-11-05, 8:53 am

If only every member of playing and management staff of SAFC were like this . If the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up you don't realise you are actually DEAD .
Take two minutes of your time today to watch the passion of these guys ,,,, yesterday pre kick off Samoa v Tonga .
The fans never STFU during the match , absolutely brilliant , passion we sadly miss @SAFC . 


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Post  canary-dave on 2017-11-05, 9:27 am

cretanmakem wrote:If only every member of playing and management staff of SAFC were like this . If the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up you don't realise you are actually DEAD .
Take two minutes of your time today to watch the passion of these guys ,,,, yesterday pre kick off Samoa v Tonga .
The fans never STFU during the match , absolutely brilliant , passion we sadly miss @SAFC . 


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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-05, 9:36 am

Dancing about like girls, pulling faces and doing daft dancers. Bloody Johnny foreigners and their silly ways.

We are British, reserved, sensible and civilised.
We are led by a government with high standards, gentlemen's clubs (no girls allowed)
Our sports men are professionals, real men who kiss each other when excited.

This is Britain 2017, the Empire is no more but the traditions of the Empire remains, take a look at our parliament on any given day to see those traditions in action.

We show a more reserved passion, a gentleman's passion, a British passion


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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-11-05, 6:24 pm

cretanmakem wrote:If only every member of playing and management staff of SAFC were like this . If the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up you don't realise you are actually DEAD .
Take two minutes of your time today to watch the passion of these guys ,,,, yesterday pre kick off Samoa v Tonga .
The fans never STFU during the match , absolutely brilliant , passion we sadly miss @SAFC . 


Sadly Cretan you might not be aware of the disgraceful background that lead to this story  Sad

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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-11-05, 6:58 pm

The old saying of Rugby being a game played thugs and football as a gentlemen's game played by thugs (and cheats) shot to mind,

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-11-05, 7:19 pm

Nostalgic wrote:The old saying of Rugby being a game played thugs and football as a gentlemen's game played by thugs (and cheats) shot to mind,
What did rugby have to do with the story?

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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-11-05, 11:29 pm

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Nostalgic wrote:The old saying of Rugby being a game played thugs and football as a gentlemen's game played by thugs (and cheats) shot to mind,
What did rugby have to do with the story?
As Syd said (TIC) men dancing about etc.  We both know it is more ceremonially historical.

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Nostalgic wrote:The old saying of Rugby being a game played thugs and football as a gentlemen's game played by thugs (and cheats) shot to mind,
What did rugby have to do with the story?
As Syd said (TIC) men dancing about etc.  We both know it is more ceremonially historical.
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Post  cretanmakem on 2017-11-06, 5:43 am

Sadly irrelevant to the history of this start to a sporting event the post was about pride and passion , anyone of the 25,000 still bothering to watch the shyte I saw yesterday needs to get those glasses washed and do something else on a Saturday . I don't want to hear the old crap about turning up cos not doing so will not help the team . FOR FUCKS SAKE they are beyond help . 
If men 'dancing' about gets the crowd up and if our players played as Samoa and Tonga did with pride , passion and skill then bring it on . 
Sadly SAFC couldn't do any of this without fkn it up , Stockdale is a joke he has been part of the set up as coach , how the fkn hell is he supposed to be our answer , grow up everyone , and as for McCoist ,,,, fuks sake not what you know but who you know ,,,,, Short , Bain OUT and fans OUT of SOL until this pair of tossers just fuk off .

Not every ones opinion  I know , but it is mine and to hell with Short and his cronies and until then Rugby League and men 'dancing' and any other sport that takes my mind off the woeful inept SAFC and gives pleasure rather than suicidal tendancies ,,,, Bring it on .

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-11-06, 7:15 am

If it's passion you want don't miss this Saturday 4.15pm (NZ Time) for the Continental Play-off if you love football.

I haven't watched this for a few years but it just brought back tears of delight as it was the most emotional football match I've ever attended. From Fallon scoring with a header just in front of us to Paston's penalty save in the same goal & the see of White, Oh La La  I love you Do I dare to believe No 120 odd versus No 10 can do it, you Betcha!





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WHILE the focus in Australia is on the Socceroos’ World Cup play-off against Honduras, across the ditch there’s two vital matches in a bid to reach Russia.

New Zealand face fifth-placed South American side Peru over two legs with the winner to earn a ticket to the promised land — the 2018 World Cup.
Here’s your Ultimate Guide to the New Zealand v Peru play-offs …
WHEN, WHAT TIME IS IT ON
The first leg of the World Cup play-off tie is on Saturday 11 November from 2.15pm AEDT at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.
The two teams will then fly to Peru for the return leg on Thursday 16 November, 1.15pm AEDT at Estadio Nacional de Lima.
HOW TO WATCH LIVE
Both games will be shown live on beIN Sport 1 and beIN Sports Connect.

HOW DID THEY GET HERE
New Zealand reached the intercontinental play-off stage by topping the Oceania World Cup qualifying process. Winning four games and drawing once (against New Caledonia) in the group stage, the All Whites then progressed past the Soloman Islands in the two-legged final.

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After winning the first leg 6-1, they then drew 2-2 with the 152-ranked nation.
Peru by contrast had a somewhat trickier path to this stage of qualifying.
The South American nation finished fifth in the CONMEBOL standings, pipping the likes of Chile, Paraguay and Ecuador for the right to play New Zealand.
Peru controversially drew 1-1 with Colombia in the final qualifier, ensuring Colombia finished fourth and qualified automatically, while Peru topped Chile on goal difference.
NEW ZEALAND, PERU SQUADS
New Zealand confirmed their squad for the two WCQs on Sunday, with Premier League stars Chris Wood and Winston Reid passed fit for the ties.
Burnley striker Wood and West Ham defender Reid recently missed league matches - Wood with a hamstring strain and Reid a calf muscle injury - but both took a full part in their teams’ most recent games. Reid played all 90 minutes in its 4-1 loss to Liverpool and Wood played 65 minutes in Burnley’s 1-0 win over Southampton.
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New Zealand squad: Max Crocombe, Stefan Marinovic, Glen Moss; Michael Boxall, Kip Colvey, Andrew Durante, Dane Ingham, Winston Reid, Storm Roux, Tommy Smith, Themi Tzimopoulos, Deklan Wynne; Clayton Lewis, Michael McGlinchey, Marco Rojas, Ryan Thomas, Bill Tuiloma; Kosta Barbarouses, Jeremy Brockie, Rory Fallon, Monty Patterson, Shane Smeltz, Chris Wood
Peru are yet to confirm their squad, with captain Paolo Guerrero provisionally suspended for 30 days after failing an anti-doping test.
FIFA’s ruling means the former Bayern Munich striker will miss both games, having tested positively following an October World Cup qualifier against Argentina.
OTHER WCQs TO BE PLAYED
- Thursday 9 November: Northern Ireland v Switzerland; Croatia v Greece
- Friday 10 November: Sweden v Italy; Sth Africa v Senegal; Algeria v Nigeria
- Saturday 11 November: Denmark v Republic of Ireland; Zambia v Cameroon; Gabon v Mali; Congo DR v Guinia; Tunisia v Libya; Ivory Coast v Morocco
- Sunday 12 November: Switzerland v Northern Ireland; Greece v Croatia; Congo v Uganda; Ghana v Egypt
- Monday 13 Novemeber: Italy v Sweden
- Tuesday 14 November: Republic of Ireland v Denmark; Senegal v Sth Africa; Burkina Faso v Cape Verde Islands


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Thousands of Peruvians have lined the streets to give their national team a heroes' send-off, ahead of their World Cup qualifier against the All Whites.
After departing Lima on a chartered flight, where they were farewelled by hordes of supporters waving flares, the world No 10 ranked team is expected touch down at Auckland Airport on Tuesday morning.
They will remain in Auckland until Friday, the day before game day, having decided against staying in Wellington for a number of reasons, primarily the lack of a suitable training ground close to the city.
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Hordes of Peru fans turned up to farewell their team as they head for New Zealand.

Peru are attempting to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1982, while New Zealand's most recent experience came in 2010.
The first members of the All Whites squad arrived in Wellington on Monday, with forwards Jeremy Brockie and Kosta Barbarouses both fronting a media conference at the team's hotel, before they commenced training at Dave Farrington Park.
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Post  cretanmakem on 2017-11-06, 8:16 am

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:If it's passion you want don't miss this Saturday 4.15pm (NZ Time) for the Continental Play-off if you love football.

I haven't watched this for a few years but it just brought back tears of delight as it was the most emotional football match I've ever attended. From Fallon scoring with a header just in front of us to Paston's penalty save in the same goal & the see of White, Oh La La  I love you Do I dare to believe No 120 odd versus No 10 can do it, you Betcha!





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WHILE the focus in Australia is on the Socceroos’ World Cup play-off against Honduras, across the ditch there’s two vital matches in a bid to reach Russia.



New Zealand face fifth-placed South American side Peru over two legs with the winner to earn a ticket to the promised land — the 2018 World Cup.
Here’s your Ultimate Guide to the New Zealand v Peru play-offs …
WHEN, WHAT TIME IS IT ON
The first leg of the World Cup play-off tie is on Saturday 11 November from 2.15pm AEDT at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.
The two teams will then fly to Peru for the return leg on Thursday 16 November, 1.15pm AEDT at Estadio Nacional de Lima.
HOW TO WATCH LIVE
Both games will be shown live on beIN Sport 1 and beIN Sports Connect.

HOW DID THEY GET HERE
New Zealand reached the intercontinental play-off stage by topping the Oceania World Cup qualifying process. Winning four games and drawing once (against New Caledonia) in the group stage, the All Whites then progressed past the Soloman Islands in the two-legged final.

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After winning the first leg 6-1, they then drew 2-2 with the 152-ranked nation.
Peru by contrast had a somewhat trickier path to this stage of qualifying.
The South American nation finished fifth in the CONMEBOL standings, pipping the likes of Chile, Paraguay and Ecuador for the right to play New Zealand.
Peru controversially drew 1-1 with Colombia in the final qualifier, ensuring Colombia finished fourth and qualified automatically, while Peru topped Chile on goal difference.
NEW ZEALAND, PERU SQUADS
New Zealand confirmed their squad for the two WCQs on Sunday, with Premier League stars Chris Wood and Winston Reid passed fit for the ties.
Burnley striker Wood and West Ham defender Reid recently missed league matches - Wood with a hamstring strain and Reid a calf muscle injury - but both took a full part in their teams’ most recent games. Reid played all 90 minutes in its 4-1 loss to Liverpool and Wood played 65 minutes in Burnley’s 1-0 win over Southampton.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Paolo Guerrero is provisionally suspended for Peru.
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New Zealand squad: Max Crocombe, Stefan Marinovic, Glen Moss; Michael Boxall, Kip Colvey, Andrew Durante, Dane Ingham, Winston Reid, Storm Roux, Tommy Smith, Themi Tzimopoulos, Deklan Wynne; Clayton Lewis, Michael McGlinchey, Marco Rojas, Ryan Thomas, Bill Tuiloma; Kosta Barbarouses, Jeremy Brockie, Rory Fallon, Monty Patterson, Shane Smeltz, Chris Wood
Peru are yet to confirm their squad, with captain Paolo Guerrero provisionally suspended for 30 days after failing an anti-doping test.
FIFA’s ruling means the former Bayern Munich striker will miss both games, having tested positively following an October World Cup qualifier against Argentina.
OTHER WCQs TO BE PLAYED
- Thursday 9 November: Northern Ireland v Switzerland; Croatia v Greece
- Friday 10 November: Sweden v Italy; Sth Africa v Senegal; Algeria v Nigeria
- Saturday 11 November: Denmark v Republic of Ireland; Zambia v Cameroon; Gabon v Mali; Congo DR v Guinia; Tunisia v Libya; Ivory Coast v Morocco
- Sunday 12 November: Switzerland v Northern Ireland; Greece v Croatia; Congo v Uganda; Ghana v Egypt
- Monday 13 Novemeber: Italy v Sweden
- Tuesday 14 November: Republic of Ireland v Denmark; Senegal v Sth Africa; Burkina Faso v Cape Verde Islands


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Thousands of Peruvians have lined the streets to give their national team a heroes' send-off, ahead of their World Cup qualifier against the All Whites.
After departing Lima on a chartered flight, where they were farewelled by hordes of supporters waving flares, the world No 10 ranked team is expected touch down at Auckland Airport on Tuesday morning.
They will remain in Auckland until Friday, the day before game day, having decided against staying in Wellington for a number of reasons, primarily the lack of a suitable training ground close to the city.
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Peru will touch down, in Auckland on Tuesday, without captain Paolo Guerrero.

Peru will touch down in New Zealand without captain Paolo Guerrero after the country's all-time leading scorer was provisionally suspended for 30 days after failing a doping test.
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Hordes of Peru fans turned up to farewell their team as they head for New Zealand.

Peru are attempting to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1982, while New Zealand's most recent experience came in 2010.
The first members of the All Whites squad arrived in Wellington on Monday, with forwards Jeremy Brockie and Kosta Barbarouses both fronting a media conference at the team's hotel, before they commenced training at Dave Farrington Park.
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Enjoy your week pre match BCK , passion and dreams , it is all we ask for ( SAFC and England seem not to be bothered about either ) , unfortunately I reckon Peru will do you , but no doubt the All Whites will make you proud . 

ps where abouts you live ? Marias daughter just bought a homestead @ Paraparaumu , Kapiti Coast , South Island ,,,,, we will be visiting sooner rather than later .

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-06, 8:39 am

cretanmakem wrote:Sadly irrelevant to the history of this start to a sporting event the post was about pride and passion , anyone of the 25,000 still bothering to watch the shyte I saw yesterday needs to get those glasses washed and do something else on a Saturday . I don't want to hear the old crap about turning up cos not doing so will not help the team . FOR FUCKS SAKE they are beyond help . 
If men 'dancing' about gets the crowd up and if our players played as Samoa and Tonga did with pride , passion and skill then bring it on . 
Sadly SAFC couldn't do any of this without fkn it up , Stockdale is a joke he has been part of the set up as coach , how the fkn hell is he supposed to be our answer , grow up everyone , and as for McCoist ,,,, fuks sake not what you know but who you know ,,,,, Short , Bain OUT and fans OUT of SOL until this pair of tossers just fuk off .

Not every ones opinion  I know , but it is mine and to hell with Short and his cronies and until then Rugby League and men 'dancing' and any other sport that takes my mind off the woeful inept SAFC and gives pleasure rather than suicidal tendancies ,,,, Bring it on .
Sounds like one for me then and BTW I thought we did OK yesterday.

I turn up and will do at the next game and I'm pleased to say I agree with little of your assessment.

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Post  Billy D on 2017-11-06, 9:01 am

I totally agree with Cretanmackem.
We are a complete shambles of a club & the laughing stock of the English leagues.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-06, 9:22 am

Billy D wrote:I totally agree with Cretanmackem.
We are a complete shambles of a club & the laughing stock of the English leagues.
I dont agree but thank you both for at least being honest and saying what you think.
Sunderland fans come in all shapes and sizes and with a very wide range of views. Silvers told me some weeks ago that I would chase people with my views and style, indeed he seems to have stopped posting and that's sad.
A forum is all about giving views and opinions, we will never all agree and that's the norm but far to many on here,IMO, dont say what they think because we dont want to upset people, we are far to nice for that but whats the point of SunderMad if we dont give honest passionate views.

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Post  Billy D on 2017-11-06, 9:42 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:I totally agree with Cretanmackem.
We are a complete shambles of a club & the laughing stock of the English leagues.
I dont agree but thank you both for at least being honest and saying what you think.
Sunderland fans come in all shapes and sizes and with a very wide range of views. Silvers told me some weeks ago that I would chase people with my views and style, indeed he seems to have stopped posting and that's sad.
A forum is all about giving views and opinions, we will never all agree and that's the norm but far to many on here,IMO, dont say what they think because we dont want to upset people, we are far to nice for that but whats the point of SunderMad if we dont give honest passionate views.
It's all about being able to take the piss out of yourself Syd.
Aye we have a laugh on Sundays at how shite we are & we are shite btw.
It's like somebody calling me a skinny bastard - I am skinny, I just laugh it off, no offence is taken.
If you can't take the piss out of yourself then it's very poor imo.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-11-06, 9:54 am

Billy D wrote:I totally agree with Cretanmackem.
We are a complete shambles of a club & the laughing stock of the English leagues.

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Re: Pride and passion in the shirt

Post  sunderpitt on 2017-11-06, 9:55 am

cretanmakem wrote:If only every member of playing and management staff of SAFC were like this . If the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up you don't realise you are actually DEAD .
Take two minutes of your time today to watch the passion of these guys ,,,, yesterday pre kick off Samoa v Tonga .
The fans never STFU during the match , absolutely brilliant , passion we sadly miss @SAFC . 


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Post  vinkel on 2017-11-06, 10:08 am

cretanmakem wrote:If only every member of playing and management staff of SAFC were like this . If the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up you don't realise you are actually DEAD .
Take two minutes of your time today to watch the passion of these guys ,,,, yesterday pre kick off Samoa v Tonga .
The fans never STFU during the match , absolutely brilliant , passion we sadly miss @SAFC . 

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