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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-01, 5:14 pm

Kipper wrote:Looks like he's going down the Rodders route to me. Soon everyone will forget that he was good once.
I dont think Cookie will mess about, he has given him the big build up but he will soon join Rodders if he does not commit 100%

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-01, 8:08 pm

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Chris Coleman expects all three of his Deadline Day signings to be in contention for Saturday.
Ovi Ejaria, Ashley Fletcher and Lee Camp joined Sunderland on Wednesday as the Black Cats concluded their transfer business until the summer.
The trio, who all signed on loan, provide Coleman with options ahead of the final set of Sky Bet Championship fixtures, and the 47-year-old has admitted they are all fit and raring to go.
Coleman did, however, cast doubt over Lamine Kone’s availability for this weekend’s home fixture against Ipswich Town, revealing he is struggling with a knock.
“At the very least (with the dealings we have done) we are going to improve the environment,” he said.
“The personnel we have brought in will add value to the squad.
“At the stage we are at in the season there are enough games and enough points to play for to make sure we are going to be ok.
“We have got to make sure we are ok.
“Kaz (LuaLua) was fighting fitness so we put him on for 25-30 minutes against Birmingham.
“That will do him the world of good. Fletch played last week for 50 odd minutes so he is ok physically.
“Ovie played 90 minutes at the weekend for the under-23s. Jake (Clarke-Salter) is already here of course and Lee Camp has had five 90 minutes with the under-23s.
“They are all ready to play a big part at the weekend,” he continued.
“We went with Lamine (on Tuesday) and it was a tough one for him.
“He had a real bad fall on his knee and we thought he might have to come off but he got through it.
“He will be a big doubt for the weekend.”

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-02, 11:54 am

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Adults will be able to pay cash (£30) at turnstiles 44-46 in the East Stand. Please note that concessionary tickets must be purchased at the ticket office.
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Sunderland's deadline day signings Lee Camp, Ovie Ejaria and Ashley Fletcher could all make their debuts.
Chris Coleman still has worries at centre-back, with John O'Shea hoping to recover from illness and Lamine Kone still doubtful after a knee problem.
Ipswich midfielder Cole Skuse should feature after overcoming a foot injury, but Dean Gerken (hip) remains absent.
Striker David McGoldrick and Tristan Nydam are doubtful with knocks, and Tom Adeyemi is likely to miss out.
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Home win 46%Draw 27%Away win 27%

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  • Sunderland have won their last seven home matches against Ipswich in all competitions, though this is the first meeting at the Stadium of Light since January 2007.

  • The Tractor Boys haven't won away at Sunderland since August 1989, a 4-2 victory at Roker Park.

  • Chris Coleman was victorious over Mick McCarthy the last time they faced, with Coleman's Coventry winning 2-1 in a Championship game against Wolves in February 2009.

  • McCarthy has never won away from home at Sunderland in the second tier (P5 W0 D1 L4), with one of those defeats a 6-0 defeat in December 1995 as Millwall manager.

  • Sunderland have won seven points in their last four league games at the Stadium of Light, more than their last 17 home games combined.

  • Ipswich have won just one of their last eight away Championship outings (D2 L5), failing to win any of their last four (D1 L3).


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Re: Sunderland v Ipswich Town.

Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-02, 3:08 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Sunderland's deadline day signings Lee Camp, Ovie Ejaria and Ashley Fletcher could all make their debuts.
Chris Coleman still has worries at centre-back, with John O'Shea hoping to recover from illness and Lamine Kone still doubtful after a knee problem.
Ipswich midfielder Cole Skuse should feature after overcoming a foot injury, but Dean Gerken (hip) remains absent.
Striker David McGoldrick and Tristan Nydam are doubtful with knocks, and Tom Adeyemi is likely to miss out.






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Home win 46%Draw 27%Away win 27%

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  • Sunderland have won their last seven home matches against Ipswich in all competitions, though this is the first meeting at the Stadium of Light since January 2007.

  • The Tractor Boys haven't won away at Sunderland since August 1989, a 4-2 victory at Roker Park.

  • Chris Coleman was victorious over Mick McCarthy the last time they faced, with Coleman's Coventry winning 2-1 in a Championship game against Wolves in February 2009.

  • McCarthy has never won away from home at Sunderland in the second tier (P5 W0 D1 L4), with one of those defeats a 6-0 defeat in December 1995 as Millwall manager.


  • Sunderland have won seven points in their last four league games at the Stadium of Light, more than their last 17 home games combined.

  • Ipswich have won just one of their last eight away Championship outings (D2 L5), failing to win any of their last four (D1 L3).


That's a real positive. Getting points at home will be crucial to avoid another relegation. Well done Coleman, for making the SOL a difficult place for teams to win against us.

The rest of that is good reading too. But we are Sunderland so I won't get my hopes up TOO much Very Happy
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Re: Sunderland v Ipswich Town.

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-02, 3:10 pm

Hieronymus wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:Sunderland's deadline day signings Lee Camp, Ovie Ejaria and Ashley Fletcher could all make their debuts.
Chris Coleman still has worries at centre-back, with John O'Shea hoping to recover from illness and Lamine Kone still doubtful after a knee problem.
Ipswich midfielder Cole Skuse should feature after overcoming a foot injury, but Dean Gerken (hip) remains absent.
Striker David McGoldrick and Tristan Nydam are doubtful with knocks, and Tom Adeyemi is likely to miss out.












[th]SAM's prediction[/th]
Home win 46%Draw 27%Away win 27%

SAM, the Sports Analytics Machine, is a super-computer built by @ProfIanMcHale of the University of Liverpool.

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  • Sunderland have won their last seven home matches against Ipswich in all competitions, though this is the first meeting at the Stadium of Light since January 2007.

  • The Tractor Boys haven't won away at Sunderland since August 1989, a 4-2 victory at Roker Park.

  • Chris Coleman was victorious over Mick McCarthy the last time they faced, with Coleman's Coventry winning 2-1 in a Championship game against Wolves in February 2009.

  • McCarthy has never won away from home at Sunderland in the second tier (P5 W0 D1 L4), with one of those defeats a 6-0 defeat in December 1995 as Millwall manager.


  • Sunderland have won seven points in their last four league games at the Stadium of Light, more than their last 17 home games combined.

  • Ipswich have won just one of their last eight away Championship outings (D2 L5), failing to win any of their last four (D1 L3).


That's a real positive. Getting points at home will be crucial to avoid another relegation. Well done Coleman, for making the SOL a difficult place for teams to win against us.

The rest of that is good reading too. But we are Sunderland so I won't get my hopes up TOO much Very Happy
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Chris Coleman has urged his players to ‘show some personality’ when Sunderland take on Ipswich Town at the Stadium of Light on Saturday (KO 3pm).
The Black Cats bolstered their ranks late in the transfer window as Ovie Ejaria, Ashley Fletcher and Lee Camp arrived late on, and ahead of the game the Welshman revealed all three players in are in contention.
Fletcher offers a fresh dimension up front while Ejaria arrives with a big reputation having impressed for Liverpool’s under-23s, and Camp provides competition and a wealth of experience between the posts.
And Coleman will be hoping new faces can inject fresh swagger into Sunderland’s play, and lift the players around them.
“We have to forget Birmingham and focus on Ipswich,” said the boss.
“Focus on our strengths and the game plan, and show some personality within our performance as well because you can have a great game plan, but if you don’t show personality in your performance you can forget it.”
He continued: “It’s literally game by game, going for those points that are so precious.
“We fell down again on Tuesday night and came up short, but I can’t dwell on that with the players and I have to prepare them for the next one.
“We’re up against a manager in Mick McCarthy who has got so much experience at this level, and they’re a much-improved Ipswich team from last season.
“I mean, every game we go into there are different threats – one’s got this, the next one has that – but, again, we need to keep focussing on ourselves, it’s as simple as that.
“We need to motivate ourselves, not wait for someone to come and push us guide us, and go and take responsibility and get the job done.
“We know we can do it, we’ve got to get across the line.”

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Post  MrRAWhite on 2018-02-02, 10:23 pm

2-1 for the lads..

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Re: Sunderland v Ipswich Town.

Post  cretanmakem on 2018-02-03, 5:13 am

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cyprussyd wrote:I'm sure Cookie will make a better job of team selection than me, well I hope so.

Have you seen my prediction for this match?

Don't tell Cretanmakem, he's a tractor boy  Laughing
I haven't looked at your prediction but I am sure you were magnanimous in your praise for all things Suffolk and predicted a Tractor Boys win .

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Post  canary-dave on 2018-02-03, 6:03 am

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canary-dave wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:I'm sure Cookie will make a better job of team selection than me, well I hope so.

Have you seen my prediction for this match?

Don't tell Cretanmakem, he's a tractor boy  Laughing
I haven't looked at your prediction but I am sure you were magnanimous in your praise for all things Suffolk and predicted a Tractor Boys win .

Not quite  Laughing

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Re: Sunderland v Ipswich Town.

Post  gil t azell on 2018-02-03, 6:34 am

Our season begins. 3-1.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-03, 7:09 am

Coleman seems to have us playing one good one bad.. Tuesday's performance was in the bad category.. so today will be good please

Just miffed that I will miss the game.

Yeah I read Kone was injured Tuesday... for a big strong man he does seem s bit of a sick note. He is not going to interest any other club of he cannot play
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-03, 8:59 am

sunderpitt wrote:Coleman seems to have us playing one good one bad.. Tuesday's performance was in the bad category.. so today will be good please

Just miffed that I will miss the game.

Yeah I read Kone was injured Tuesday... for a big strong man he does seem s bit of a sick note. He is not going to interest any other club of he cannot play
Is he a sick note or is he a hypochondriac?

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-03, 9:05 am

Really looking forward to today's game and expect to see a few of the new boys in action.

The danger of course is to expect to much, they are new, young and have been together a few days but, adrenaline, enthusiasm, hard work and wanting to impress should mean a good performance and that's all we can ask.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-03, 9:15 am

A hard day ahead for me as I think about the funeral today that none of us expected, and which came far too soon.

Am travelling south to see my son for the weekend so will probably only hear updates on radio of our goals going in (!)

Hopefully we will get the win we need to celebrate tonight.

Take care lads and lasses. Give your loved ones a hug, tell them you love them, and never forget life and love and friendship are far more important than any game of football.

Have a good day everyone Smile
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Post  vinkel on 2018-02-03, 9:23 am

Hieronymus wrote:A hard day ahead for me as I think about the funeral today that none of us expected, and which came far too soon.

Am travelling south to see my son for the weekend so will probably only hear updates on radio of our goals going in (!)

Hopefully we will get the win we need to celebrate tonight.

Take care lads and lasses. Give your loved ones a hug, tell them you love them, and never forget life and love and friendship are far more important than any game of football.

Have a good day everyone Smile
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-03, 9:45 am

Hieronymus wrote:A hard day ahead for me as I think about the funeral today that none of us expected, and which came far too soon.

Am travelling south to see my son for the weekend so will probably only hear updates on radio of our goals going in (!)

Hopefully we will get the win we need to celebrate tonight.

Take care lads and lasses. Give your loved ones a hug, tell them you love them, and never forget life and love and friendship are far more important than any game of football.

Have a good day everyone Smile
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-03, 11:03 am

Well boy's and girl's I will shortly be going forth to glorious but no doubt cold Stadium of Light to cheer Cookies Kids on to victory.

I will return at evening tide to share in the celebrations and merriment with the tens if not hundreds of fellow SunderMaders.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-03, 11:27 am

cyprussyd wrote:Well boy's and girl's I will shortly be going forth to glorious but no doubt cold Stadium of Light to cheer Cookies Kids on to victory.

I will return at evening tide to share in the celebrations and merriment with the tens if not hundreds of fellow SunderMaders.

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Post  gil t azell on 2018-02-03, 12:56 pm

I think the kid from Boro will get the winner.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-03, 2:13 pm

Jones in as a CB Shocked ?
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Post  vinkel on 2018-02-03, 2:38 pm

sunderpitt wrote:Jones in as a CB Shocked ?
Not the first time.

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Post  Mackemneil on 2018-02-03, 3:01 pm

Hieronymus wrote:A hard day ahead for me as I think about the funeral today that none of us expected, and which came far too soon.

Am travelling south to see my son for the weekend so will probably only hear updates on radio of our goals going in (!)

Hopefully we will get the win we need to celebrate tonight.

Take care lads and lasses. Give your loved ones a hug, tell them you love them, and never forget life and love and friendship are far more important than any game of football.

Have a good day everyone Smile
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-03, 4:43 pm

I did not think o would be happy to be ill and not make the game. Every cloud had a silver lining
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-03, 6:20 pm

Well, new players but same pattern, start well, indeed by far the better team. Create chances but cant take them, other team get one chance and score and we then fall apart.

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