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Post  Vincemac on 2017-12-09, 2:08 pm

I felt fine until I saw Gibson 
Ohhh dear
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-12-09, 2:14 pm

Cattermole and Gibson Shocked 

At least Gooch and Honeyman are in and youngsters on bench.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-12-09, 2:30 pm

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ wot them 2 say.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-12-09, 2:51 pm

IMHO Gibson 9s the only person slower than Cattermole

Interesting that Coleman is not sure of Galoway
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Post  TNT on 2017-12-09, 2:59 pm

Wonderful Gibson is playing said no fu**er ever

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-09, 3:56 pm

ht 0-0, SO FAR SO GOOD

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-12-09, 4:00 pm

and Gibbo is playing OK.
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Post  Billy D on 2017-12-09, 4:20 pm

Catts first tackle & he gets booked.
And as I type, sent off.
Wanker of a ref this. Evil or Very Mad
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-09, 4:53 pm

Excellent point, well done

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Post  Billy D on 2017-12-09, 4:53 pm

Thank f*ck for that.
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Post  Billy D on 2017-12-09, 4:57 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Excellent point, well done
Indeed.
I concur with you.
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-12-09, 5:00 pm

Well done lads, a great team effort and that is all we can ask.

Marco reckoned Catts first booking was ridiculous, but he was stupid for getting the second one so soon after.

But the lads dug deep even when Wolves threw a lot at them in last 10-15 minutes.

Excellent point and excellent for team confidence. Happy in Seahouses Laughing
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Post  gil t azell on 2017-12-09, 5:02 pm

Tremendous point.

Well happy with that.

Now Catts out will Ndong or Paddy be fit next week?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-09, 5:10 pm

gil t azell wrote:Tremendous point.

Well happy with that.

Now Catts out will Ndong or Paddy be fit next wee
Fully expect that to be our new pairing

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-09, 5:29 pm

Here's how the Black Cats rated... ]


ROBBIN RUITER Drew the ire of Chris Coleman for being too slow off his line. To the credit of the defence in front of him had little to do until late on, when he saved well twice. 6 


DONALD LOVE (Galloway, 79) Thrown in against the league's best attacking side and defensively did his duties. 6 


TYIAS BROWNING Looked very uncomfortable on the ball, particularly in the first half, but in defence he was excellent throughout. 7 


MARC WILSON Got himself a yellow card early in the second half when caught out of position but made some very good defensive interventions. 6 


JOHN O'SHEA Led the defence well. Sunderland looked far more organised than when attempting this formation earlier in the season. 7 


ADAM MATTHEWS Pushed out to an unfamiliar left-back berth but dealt with the excellent Ivan Cavaleiro well enough. 6 


DARRON GIBSON Sunderland's best midfielder on the ball and arguably off it too, winning the ball from the Wolves midfield regularly and intelligent in his pressing. 7 


LEE CATTERMOLE Put his side in big trouble with two fouls in a minute. The second and crucial one came as he was caught in possession after taking too long to pass. Left his side with a mountain to climb. 4 


GEORGE HONEYMAN Massive physical effort to help Sunderland cope with Wolves but composure on the ball not quite there. 6 


LYNDEN GOOCH (Embleton, 90) A bundle of energy throughout. Some poor moments on the ball but did more than anyone to haul his side up the pitch. 7 


LEWIS GRABBAN (Vaughan, 84) Never given a sniff in front of goal. Service not great with Sunderland understandably defending deep and in numbers. 5 


Subs BRENDAN GALLOWAY 6 JAMES VAUGHAN 6 ELLIOT EMBLETON 6

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-09, 6:53 pm

Chris Coleman couldn’t fault his players effort and application today after they produced a heroic display to deny a free-scoring Wolves side.
On a bitterly cold afternoon in the West Midlands, Sunderland arrived at Molineux with plenty of questions to answer after last Saturday’s defeat.
Coleman switched to a back five to counter the hosts’ formation and it worked for most of the game, with Robbin Ruiter largely untroubled until the final minutes when Jota worked some magic.
But the Black Cats were rewarded for their determined efforts at Molineux, and clinched what could prove to be an important point to leave Coleman delighted.
"I am really proud of them today because we have shown a fantastic team spirit," he said.
"That's what we needed today to get through that.
"Everyone of them produced a big performance and stayed strong.
"They stayed together and for me this clean sheet here is just as good as three points at the end of the day.
"They were brilliant, I can't praise them enough," he continued.
"Our fans made the journey and were brilliant once again. They were noisy and stayed with us because I think they sensed we needed them.
"But yeah it was marvellous, brilliant for Sunderland today and we need these performances and these moments for a bit of heart and confidence."

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-12-09, 7:37 pm

I'm sure there were moments of despair but a nil nil result away against a rampant scoring league leader, VERY well done. Performances like today are just what's needed.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-12-09, 8:43 pm

A clean sheet away to Wolves who are scoring for him.
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Post  TNT on 2017-12-09, 9:15 pm

Another clean sheet and a very good point earned no thanks to Catts who should know better, two yellows in the space of two minutes was just stupidity.

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Post  oldblackcat on 2017-12-10, 9:09 am

Quote their manager after the game "There was only one team wanted to win the game".....well I think the plan was to frustrate them (which we did) and hope to get a goal on the break and maybe go for it near the end (hence McGeady Asoro and Vaughn on the bench) obviously that went out the window after Cattermoles red card, so I think in the end we did go for a point...in the end we were determined not to get beat and at least get a point,which we did....job well done imo
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-12-10, 9:15 am

oldblackcat wrote:Quote their manager after the game "There was only one team wanted to win the game".....well I think the plan was to frustrate them (which we did) and hope to get a goal on the break and maybe go for it near the end (hence McGeady Asoro and Vaughn on the bench) obviously that went out the window after Cattermoles red card, so I think in the end we did go for a point...in the end we were determined not to get beat and at least get a point,which we did....job well done imo
Very simple IMO, we are in a battle and in a battle the aim is to come away from any top team unbeaten. That we did so well done Cookie and yes OBC, any plan was scuppered when Catts walked.

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Post  Kipper on 2017-12-10, 10:49 pm

I love it when managers moan that the opposition didn't play how they wanted them to. Der!
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