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SUNDERLAND V READING--Match Day Thread

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Post  Silvers on 2017-12-02, 5:50 pm

Grim !

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Post  Billy D on 2017-12-02, 6:14 pm

Silvers wrote:Grim !

Very Happy
Like the reaper, lol.
I just can't help but laugh at it.
I know it annoys Syd & I genuinely feel for those who still go but it's my way of dealing with the situation we're in.
Tomorrow morning I will be down the club & yes we'll all have a chuckle at how shite we are.  Laughing
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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-12-02, 6:23 pm

There is not a lot i can say... sending off did not help...at first I thought it was a goal.

However our defending is dreadful... our pressing is non existing
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Post  Silvers on 2017-12-02, 6:35 pm

Our Coal Man nows now what he is up against.

Take a photo of him now... and compare with his grey hair come April...
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Post  Billy D on 2017-12-02, 6:36 pm

sunderpitt wrote:There is not a lot i can say... sending off did not help...at first I thought it was a goal.

However our defending is dreadful... our pressing is non existing
One more home game & if we don't win that then by bet is up.
An entire calendar year without a home win.
Tenner on at 11/1.
You watch, the twats will cock it up for me.
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Re: SUNDERLAND V READING--Match Day Thread

Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-02, 6:47 pm

Chris Coleman shared his frustrations after his first match in charge of Sunderland at the Stadium of Light ended in defeat against Reading. 
The Black Cats showed spells of promise in the opening 45, carving out a few half chances with Bryan Oviedo firing wide before David Edwards spooned the ball over the bar at the other end from seven yards.  
However, on the stroke of half-time the pendulum swung in the visitors’ favour when Callum McManaman saw his goal chalked off for handball, resulting in the midfielder collecting his second yellow card and Sunderland being reduced to 10 men. 
Reading royally raised the tempo in the second 45, and after Edwards broke the deadlock on 53 minutes, Modou Barrow then scored twice in three minutes to seal victory.
Joel Asoro did well to inject some energy into the Black Cats play late on, with the Swede winning a penalty after his initial strike was batted away from Vito Mannone.
Lewis Grabban dispatched the spot-kick to bag his 11th goal of the season, but it wasn’t enough to prevent Coleman’s side slipping to defeat on home soil. 
"It was a big moment (the McManaman sending off), and we kind of need that to go for us," Coleman admitted. 
"Especially here (at the Stadium of Light) where we have really struggled to get over the line. 
"The goal is disallowed and then we get a man sent off - it is a big, big moment for us.
"Reading play possession football, they keep the ball very well and you have to be patient against them. 
"They picked us off but the worst thing for us then was having only 10 men. 
"We are nervous here and you can see that," he continued. 
"We had a spring in our step in the last two games away from home but we are a bit nervous here. 
"We have to overcome that, there is no way round it."

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Re: SUNDERLAND V READING--Match Day Thread

Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-12-02, 6:58 pm

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Silvers wrote:Grim !

Very Happy
Like the reaper, lol.
I just can't help but laugh at it.
I know it annoys Syd & I genuinely feel for those who still go but it's my way of dealing with the situation we're in.
Tomorrow morning I will be down the club & yes we'll all have a chuckle at how shite we are.  Laughing
Be careful how hard you laugh, just in case  Embarassed

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Post  Billy D on 2017-12-02, 6:59 pm

Never mind the bollocks.  Laughing
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-12-02, 7:00 pm

Billy D wrote:Never mind the bollocks.  Laughing
Take a change just in case  Razz

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Post  Billy D on 2017-12-02, 7:07 pm

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
Billy D wrote:Never mind the bollocks.  Laughing
Take a change just in case  Razz
I just put a Tenna men pad down my kecks.  Cool
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-12-02, 7:12 pm

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Billy D wrote:Never mind the bollocks.  Laughing
Take a change just in case  Razz
I just put a Tenna men pad down my kecks.  Cool
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Post  talcnturnip on 2017-12-02, 7:30 pm

Just in and after skimming through Roker report and now Coleman’s comments I obviously watched the wrong first half. We were poor we were caught in possession far too often and allowed Reading to play their way dictating the game. To me the goal looked okay although from the Concourse I couldn’t be sure, the sending off if the goal was indeed handball was justified, if not handball them we have been robbed of a goal (my initial thought) and then robbed of a man which, cost us the game.
Not judging Coleman just yet but, from what I saw the training sessions this week have consisted of back passes or sideways passes, are we sure Bracewell left?
Not impressed again although with extenuating circumstances, have to see the goal/handball incident again.
One positive was Osoro although he could do with a few trips to Maws pies he looked okay and, if the latest rumours are true about Grabban going elsewhere in January then he needs game time to get him settled as we could be left high and dry or should that be low and dry? One of only a handful who stayed to the very bitter end, won’t be back anytime soon due to work and to be honest I’m relieved.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-02, 8:03 pm

@dpcoverdale
Chris Coleman: "We have been kicked back down into the gutter. I’ve had one game here and I’ve fallen flat on my face.”

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Post  Billy D on 2017-12-02, 8:48 pm

Absolute C Rock is good tonight.
They've played Status Quo - Down Down, Deeper & Down.
Followed it with Bruce Sringsteen's Going Down, Down, Down.  Laughing
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Post  gil t azell on 2017-12-02, 9:04 pm

McNair injured in the warm up. I know I will put Gibson in. Coleman out for me. Very Happy.   Absolutely pathetic decision.
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