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Re: Bristol City v Sunderland

Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-10, 3:42 pm

All but dead and buried.. what a team what a defence Sad
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Re: Bristol City v Sunderland

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-10, 3:44 pm

sunderpitt wrote:All but dead and buried.. what a team what a defence Sad
Attack and midfield dont have a chance when we defend like this

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-10, 3:45 pm

Go 4-4-2 and get some practice in for next week

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-10, 3:46 pm

Do you think we would concede if we were the only team on the pitch?
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Re: Bristol City v Sunderland

Post  Guest on 2018-02-10, 3:49 pm

Only a matter of how many we get beat by now.
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Post  Vincemac on 2018-02-10, 3:57 pm

Billy D wrote:Only a matter of how many we get beat by now.
Maybe it will be on goal difference 
When we go down 
Shall cookie shut up shop and go for 15 draws ehhh
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Re: Bristol City v Sunderland

Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-10, 4:17 pm

Just got back but listened to that sorry first half on the drive home.

We are too lightweight when we do get in the attacking third (as we all knew) but sorry to say we are doomed unless we stop conceding ridiculous goals.

Sounds like Lee Camp is no better than Ruiter or Steele and I trust Gary Bennett, if he says three at the back is not working then we have to stop playing that way. It is no good us going three down by half time and changing at half time and holding them 0-0 in the second half!

I see nothing but relegation for Sunderland unless something miraculous happens.
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Post  Guest on 2018-02-10, 4:30 pm

Hieronymus wrote:Just got back but listened to that sorry first half on the drive home.

We are too lightweight when we do get in the attacking third (as we all knew) but sorry to say we are doomed unless we stop conceding ridiculous goals.

Sounds like Lee Camp is no better than Ruiter or Steele and I trust Gary Bennett, if he says three at the back is not working then we have to stop playing that way. It is no good us going three down by half time and changing at half time and holding them 0-0 in the second half!

I see nothing but relegation for Sunderland unless something miraculous happens.
Been saying this all season but according to some on here you & I don't go so are not entitled to an opinion.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-10, 4:43 pm

Could this be stsrt of a comeback and the mitacle end of the season?
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-10, 4:44 pm

Well maybe all is not lost!

3-2 Very Happy 

I just said to Mr H that we needed a performance like that one against Man City (sorry Sid MCFC) when Connor Whickham scored (we drew but coudl have won but for a mistake by Mannone)  and that triggered our fightback when we stayed up.

We need exactly what we have just got, a reaction and the senior players like Cattermole and McGeady taking responsibility.

7 mins left. Hmmm... is there hope yet? Very Happy
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-10, 4:48 pm

AAArgggh! nearly 3-3 Shocked
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Re: Bristol City v Sunderland

Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-10, 4:51 pm

YAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!

3-3 The fightback begins! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-10, 4:57 pm

Well I will go to the bottom of our garden and eat worms  Very Happy
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-10, 5:00 pm

Any chance to see the goals?
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Re: Bristol City v Sunderland

Post  Mackemneil on 2018-02-10, 5:04 pm

Sometimes you need a little bit of luck to inject some confidence!

Maybe we have just seen it happen ⚽️
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Post  Guest on 2018-02-10, 5:04 pm

sunderpitt wrote:Well I will go to the bottom of our garden and eat worms  Very Happy
I'm having humble pie for tea.
Fair play for a fantastic second half performance.
4 at the back all the time for me now.
The change in the personnel & formation made the difference.
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-10, 5:05 pm

sunderpitt wrote:Any chance to see the goals?
We will be on Channel 5 Football show later tonight so we can see how bad our defending was in first half. Shocked

But have to say well done lads for doing what was needed in second half. Very Happy

We could have even won that if Fletcher's shot had gone in. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Perhaps Coleman has now learned and will not play three at the back next week? Question
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Re: Bristol City v Sunderland

Post  MrRAWhite on 2018-02-10, 5:10 pm

Lesson learned to the many who depart the ground everytime we go 2 behind

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Re: Bristol City v Sunderland

Post  gil t azell on 2018-02-10, 5:17 pm

It has to be 4-4-2 and because we cannot defend, Lets go all out attack instead of waiting to go behind before we start playing. It's simple enough.


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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-10, 5:18 pm

MrRAWhite wrote:Lesson learned to the many who depart the ground everytime we go 2 behind
It sounded like quite a few of the away fans stayed to the end and all credit to them it is such a long way to travel. At least they got their reward for their commitment. Very Happy
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-10, 5:21 pm

Billy D wrote:Only a matter of how many we get beat by now.
Thats what I thought so turned off

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-10, 5:30 pm

MOTM for me was OG

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Post  Guest on 2018-02-10, 5:32 pm

MrRAWhite wrote:Lesson learned to the many who depart the ground everytime we go 2 behind
And it should be a lesson learned by the Coal man.
DO NOT PLAY THREE AT THE BACK!!!
Good comeback but I think it's just papered over the cracks.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-10, 5:40 pm

Championship strugglers Sunderland came from 3-0 down to rescue a point at promotion hopefuls Bristol City.
‪The Robins, who have won just once in 2018, were three goals ahead inside 37 minutes as the Black Cats capitulated.‬
‪Aden Flint poked City ahead before two close-range finishes from Famara Diedhiou prompted some away fans to leave Ashton Gate early.‬
‪But, after Josh Brownhill's own goal and Aiden McGeady's strike, Marlon Pack diverted into his own net for 3-3.‬
‪It capped an amazing final 20 minutes for Sunderland, whose supporters had greeted the half-time whistle with boos and chants of "you're not fit to wear the shirt" towards their own players.‬

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‪Operating with a back three and wing-backs, the Black Cats had produced a woeful defensive display before the break and could have been even further behind if City had been more ruthless.‬
‪Yet a change in formation brought about a much-improved display, and Ashley Fletcher may even have equalised moments before Pack's unfortunate stoppage-time leveller, only to be denied by an incredible point-blank save from Frank Fielding.‬
‪Bristol City's dramatic collapse was as remarkable and unexpected as Sunderland's late improbable revival - and came exactly a year to the day after they squandered a 3-0 half-time lead at Derby County to draw 3-3.‬
‪Lee Johnson's side remain three points clear of seventh but have now dropped six points adrift of the automatic promotion places after a run of just one win in seven league matches.‬
‪Sunderland are 23rd, one point above bottom side Burton Albion and three points from safety.‬‬

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-10, 5:46 pm

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Coleman: We looked better with a back four today. Five at the back has worked for us, it has got us clean sheets, but we looked better after changing formation today. [ltr]#safc[/ltr]

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