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Re: Preparing SunderMad for next season

Post  MrRAWhite on 2018-03-21, 2:59 pm

I'm going to try to be a bit more proactive on here.. I have been bogged down on the political forums which are almost as depressing as the events going on at our beloved club..

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Re: Preparing SunderMad for next season

Post  Panther on 2018-03-23, 12:57 pm

Needless to say I love the Prediction League and hope Jerry will keep it going. This is a great site and needs a little encouragement. I don't contribute much as I have lived in Australia for the past 50 years. I worked in Sunderland between 1960 and 1967 (when I came here) and rarely missed a home game during that period. With the advent of the internet I joined many football sites but I found a lot are full of bad tempered people who think it is a big deal to drop the "F" Bomb and "C" Bomb so I have given them away. I was ill for most of last season and had to drop out the Prediction League but have come back and am doing well this season. I will have to make the effort to contribute more and learn how to use the 'insert image' system. Coming up to midnight here so time to sign off but I have to say that the predicament of the Club is so disappointing as I know the passion of the supporters and it must be heartbreaking especially for the older ones like myself who saw the likes of Brian Clough, Jim Baxter and the greatest Centre Half who ever lived in Charlie Hurley performing at the old Roker Park. League 1 beckons I'm afraid but like the Phoenix from the Ashes Sunderland will rise again and attain the former glory. Have a great day everyone.
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Re: Preparing SunderMad for next season

Post  Hieronymus on 2018-03-23, 6:53 pm

Panther wrote:Needless to say I love the Prediction League and hope Jerry will keep it going. This is a great site and needs a little encouragement. I don't contribute much as I have lived in Australia for the past 50 years. I worked in Sunderland between 1960 and 1967 (when I came here) and rarely missed a home game during that period. With the advent of the internet I joined many football sites but I found a lot are full of bad tempered people who think it is a big deal to drop the "F" Bomb and "C" Bomb so I have given them away. I was ill for most of last season and had to drop out the Prediction League but have come back and am doing well this season. I will have to make the effort to contribute more and learn how to use the 'insert image' system. Coming up to midnight here so time to sign off but I have to say that the predicament of the Club is so disappointing as I know the passion of the supporters and it must be heartbreaking especially for the older ones like myself who saw the likes of Brian Clough, Jim Baxter and the greatest Centre Half who ever lived in Charlie Hurley performing at the old Roker Park. League 1 beckons I'm afraid but like the Phoenix from the Ashes Sunderland will rise again and attain the former glory. Have a great day everyone.
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Re: Preparing SunderMad for next season

Post  Nostalgic on 2018-03-23, 6:54 pm

Welcome Panther.  This site is about as calm as it gets about the club as most of us never got off the round-a-bout for decades so have been and seen it all before, or even too often.  We know for certain we will be back, but with the changes in football it is the how and when that confuses us right now.  

It does not alter the speculation, dreaming and predicting though and that is the very core of how we are.
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