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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-17, 7:25 pm

Bolton Wanderers v Sunderland AFC
Tue 20 Feb KO 20.00
Macron Stadium


I thought long and hard about doing a match day thread for this game because our quiet little forum is all but killed of thanks to our teams latest disappointment, I cant even be bothered to give my views on the Brentford game.

But this supporter will continue hoping and backing the team and SunderMad, hopefully someone will even join in.

So Bolton and a game where two nervous teams will try and get a result with pressure on both teams but maybe a little more on Bolton.

Hopefully Oviedo and LuaLua will be fit, my team will probably surprise but I would go...

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Post  Billy D on 2018-02-17, 7:37 pm

Meh.
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Post  vinkel on 2018-02-17, 7:41 pm

Billy D wrote:Meh.
What is meh

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Post  vinkel on 2018-02-17, 7:44 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Bolton Wanderers v Sunderland AFC
Tue 20 Feb KO 20.00
Macron Stadium


I thought long and hard about doing a match day thread for this game because our quiet little forum is all but killed of thanks to our teams latest disappointment, I cant even be bothered to give my views on the Brentford game.

But this supporter will continue hoping and backing the team and SunderMad, hopefully someone will even join in.

So Bolton and a game where two nervous teams will try and get a result with pressure on both teams but maybe a little more on Bolton.

Hopefully Oviedo and LuaLua will be fit, my team will probably surprise but I would go...

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Steele Fletcher Ejaria Clarke-Salter Mcgeady Honeyman Robson
Only 2 new lads in the team, doesn't say much for recruitment.n

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Post  Billy D on 2018-02-17, 7:51 pm

vinkel wrote:
Billy D wrote:Meh.
What is meh
It means you dinnet give a f*ck either way.
Like our players.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-17, 7:54 pm

vinkel wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Bolton Wanderers v Sunderland AFC
Tue 20 Feb KO 20.00
Macron Stadium


I thought long and hard about doing a match day thread for this game because our quiet little forum is all but killed of thanks to our teams latest disappointment, I cant even be bothered to give my views on the Brentford game.

But this supporter will continue hoping and backing the team and SunderMad, hopefully someone will even join in.

So Bolton and a game where two nervous teams will try and get a result with pressure on both teams but maybe a little more on Bolton.

Hopefully Oviedo and LuaLua will be fit, my team will probably surprise but I would go...

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LUALUA
MAJA
Steele Fletcher Ejaria Clarke-Salter Mcgeady Honeyman Robson
Only 2 new lads in the team, doesn't say much for recruitment.n
I would play Maja because Fletcher cant play Saturday and Ejaria will play instead of McNair.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-17, 10:13 pm

LuaLua wont be fit for Tuesday but Oviedo is fine so

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Post  Mackemneil on 2018-02-17, 11:45 pm

cyprussyd wrote:LuaLua wont be fit for Tuesday but Oviedo is fine so

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A lot of pressure on Tuesday night, I would agree that we need to count on our more xperienced players ability to handle that pressure and not too many kids this time.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-17, 11:49 pm

Mackemneil wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:LuaLua wont be fit for Tuesday but Oviedo is fine so

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A lot of pressure on Tuesday night, I would agree that we need to count on our more xperienced players ability to handle that pressure and not too many kids this time.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-18, 10:16 am

Chris Coleman: Sunderland's match at Bolton Wanderers 'game of season', says boss

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Tuesday's game at fellow Championship strugglers Bolton Wanderers is Sunderland's "game of the season", says manager Chris Coleman.
The Wearsiders were beaten 2-0 by Brentford on Saturday - their 16th defeat in 32 league games this season - to stay three points adrift of safety.
Bolton are three places above the Black Cats and four points clear of the drop.
"There is a lack of cohesion and confidence, there are nerves," Coleman told BBC Newcastle.
"It's not the time of the season to have that problem and we can't afford that. Tuesday's game is the game of the season for us. It'll be a big test."
Coincidentally, Sunderland's corresponding fixture against Bolton in October 2017 was the final game under Coleman's predecessor Simon Grayson.
Home form has been an ongoing problem for Sunderland, with just two home league wins in the past 26 games.
A 3-3 comeback draw at Bristol City on 10 February was a chink of light in their battle against the drop, but the Brentford loss was a sobering reminder of the task that lies ahead if they are to achieve that feat.
"It's painful for everyone, we're all suffering," the former Wales boss added. "It's been the same theme - especially at the Stadium of Light where wins have been precious.
"There is no place for shrinking violets. If you can't cope, don't pretend you can.
"It's only the strong who give you chance of fighting when you're in the position we're in."

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-19, 12:29 am

Well the countdown begins to what Cookie rightly says is our game of the season, a must win if ever there was one.

Of course its also a must in for Bolton so anything like the Brentford performance is simply unacceptable.

Back 3 or back 4 matters less than who that 3 or 4 will be and even a half hearted Kone must be an improvement. Browning, who I like, has just crumbled, why I dont know but he must be taken out of the firing line for his good and ours. Clarke-Salter, O'Shea and Wilson are the options left.

Get that right and we may have a chance because we just cant keep on giving goals away.

I will be glued to Radio Newcastle and hope my spray wont be needed but 999 is on speed dial, just in case.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-19, 9:07 am

So many 'must win' games in last 5 years but this season it feels like every game!. Another one at Bolton and my only glimmer of hope come from it being away from home. Less pressure and more chance for players to put in a "second half at Bristol City" performance - for the whole 90 mins would be good!

I will open Chatbox aroound 7:30pm and we can all chew our nails together.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-19, 10:09 am

I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-19, 10:19 am

sunderpitt wrote:I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
I am starting to feel very sorry for you Sunders, depressed, angry, humiliated, I feel none of these emotions.

I love my club and will be there next season come what may but, it really is just a game, not life and death.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-02-19, 10:46 am

cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
I am starting to feel very sorry for you Sunders, depressed, angry, humiliated, I feel none of these emotions.

I love my club and will be there next season come what may but, it really is just a game, not life and death.

Not really fan then.. you just like a day out..
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Post  canary-dave on 2018-02-19, 11:12 am

sunderpitt wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
I am starting to feel very sorry for you Sunders, depressed, angry, humiliated, I feel none of these emotions.

I love my club and will be there next season come what may but, it really is just a game, not life and death.

Not really fan then.. you just like a day out..

Sunders  I hope that was tongue in cheek. One thing you cannot question is Syd's state of being a fan  like

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-19, 12:59 pm

canary-dave wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
I am starting to feel very sorry for you Sunders, depressed, angry, humiliated, I feel none of these emotions.

I love my club and will be there next season come what may but, it really is just a game, not life and death.

Not really fan then.. you just like a day out..

Sunders  I hope that was tongue in cheek. One thing you cannot question is Syd's state of being a fan  like
He is from Pittington Dave, say no more

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-19, 1:11 pm

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Hi Bolton fan here just wondering if you could spread the word thanks 
In the 3rd minute of @OfficialBWFC vs @SunderlandAFC on Tuesday night we are “FLASHING A LIGHT FOR FRANCO” for a minute to show our support for 3 year old Franco, currently fighting Leukaemia [ltr]#flashalightforfranco[/ltr] [ltr]#bwfc[/ltr] [ltr]#safc[/ltr]


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Blah blah f*cking blah.
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Billy D wrote:Blah blah f*cking blah.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-19, 2:26 pm

Reading Cookies comments today it looks like a back 3 again so will go


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Post  canary-dave on 2018-02-19, 2:44 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
canary-dave wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
I am starting to feel very sorry for you Sunders, depressed, angry, humiliated, I feel none of these emotions.

I love my club and will be there next season come what may but, it really is just a game, not life and death.

Not really fan then.. you just like a day out..

Sunders  I hope that was tongue in cheek. One thing you cannot question is Syd's state of being a fan  like
He is from Pittington Dave, say no more


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Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-02-19, 3:42 pm

sunderpitt wrote:I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
I’ve not read the Brentford fans comments so cannot comment on them but I’ll give you my pennies worth.

The word pity can have different connotations and not all of them negative.  Maybe a better word is sympathise, I don’t give a damn about your owner or some of the lazy bastards that play for you but I do sympathise with you as fans.  That sympathy dos’nt come from a position of superiority but from the fact I know what you are going through, as do most football fans.

Traditional ‘enemies’ will be loving your predicament but if possible turn it against them, in our dark days there was so much dark humour flying around it was difficult not to laugh sometimes. Smile at your friends and laugh at your enemies (or punch them)

Keep the faith Sunders. Wink
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Post  canary-dave on 2018-02-19, 3:58 pm

Sid MCFC wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
I’ve not read the Brentford fans comments so cannot comment on them but I’ll give you my pennies worth.

The word pity can have different connotations and not all of them negative.  Maybe a better word is sympathise, I don’t give a damn about your owner or some of the lazy bastards that play for you but I do sympathise with you as fans.  That sympathy dos’nt come from a position of superiority but from the fact I know what you are going through, as do most football fans.

Traditional ‘enemies’ will be loving your predicament but if possible turn it against them, in our dark days there was so much dark humour flying around it was difficult not to laugh sometimes. Smile at your friends and laugh at your enemies (or punch them)

Keep the faith Sunders. Wink

Sid, you maybe spell your name wrong but just like our Syd you are a gentleman  Cool

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-19, 4:41 pm

Sid MCFC wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:I have been reading some of the Brentford supporters comments.. the Bees are a club I followed when I lived in London.

Mainly there were sad and pitied us and could not really believe how poor we were.. no pressing, tackling back etc a very half hearted side 

Let's hope Bolton fans comments are going to be the opposite.. please


To be pitied by opposing fans is just too humiliating
I’ve not read the Brentford fans comments so cannot comment on them but I’ll give you my pennies worth.

The word pity can have different connotations and not all of them negative.  Maybe a better word is sympathise, I don’t give a damn about your owner or some of the lazy bastards that play for you but I do sympathise with you as fans.  That sympathy dos’nt come from a position of superiority but from the fact I know what you are going through, as do most football fans.

Traditional ‘enemies’ will be loving your predicament but if possible turn it against them, in our dark days there was so much dark humour flying around it was difficult not to laugh sometimes. Smile at your friends and laugh at your enemies (or punch them)

Keep the faith Sunders. Wink
You may or may not know but I travel to games on the SAFC Coxhoe branch bus and that dark humour is fantastic. Yes we have the usual shit, useless bastards when one by one the weary travellers get on the bus after games but we also have, well you cant win them all and Saturday the talk was are we doing a weekend at Blackpool next season.

At least we are not being thrashed of that bloody Manchester team in blue.

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