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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-30, 10:04 pm

Easter Monday at the stadium, tonight Coleman asked for a good turn out to support the team, I will be there, will you?

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Post  gil t azell on 2018-03-30, 10:06 pm

Yup.
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Post  gil t azell on 2018-03-30, 10:08 pm

A lot of supporters will have watched that tonight and will firmly believe the great escape is on.

 Can SAFC keep that momentum going? We need everybody together on Monday. The fans need to create a cauldron of noise and the players need another performance like tonight.
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Post  Nostalgic on 2018-03-30, 10:14 pm

A fighting performance to follow on from tonight's is all we can hope for , but getting behind the lads following the way we took Derby on in the first half is worth seeing against Wednesday.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-31, 2:27 am

We are notorious for following an excellent performance and win with an embarrassing defeat and I'm sure we all go into Mondays game with that fear in mind.

We have no pushover games left and in our position every game is not only a must win but also high pressure but, against Derby the players showed what can be done so its all down to them to deliver.

I would make one change to the starting 11 by replacing Oviedo with Mathews, we have few options in goal so Camp starts all games for me and Love, Kone and O'Shea had excellent games so same again please.

The thing that struck me against Derby was we saw the future with Love, Mathews, McNair, Gooch and Honeyman. Kone is a puzzle because we all assume he will go but we thought that in the past but we got no takers.

Monday could be an excellent day out but then again it could all go wrong, we dont do boring.

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Post  gil t azell on 2018-03-31, 8:18 am

cyprussyd wrote:We are notorious for following an excellent performance and win with an embarrassing defeat and I'm sure we all go into Mondays game with that fear in mind.

We have no pushover games left and in our position every game is not only a must win but also high pressure but, against Derby the players showed what can be done so its all down to them to deliver.

I would make one change to the starting 11 by replacing Oviedo with Mathews, we have few options in goal so Camp starts all games for me and Love, Kone and O'Shea had excellent games so same again please.

The thing that struck me against Derby was we saw the future with Love, Mathews, McNair, Gooch and Honeyman. Kone is a puzzle because we all assume he will go but we thought that in the past but we got no takers.

Monday could be an excellent day out but then again it could all go wrong, we dont do boring.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-03-31, 8:46 am

Whilst I am still buzzing with the win yesterday... for me the next game is important as we all recognise that we seem to have one good, one bad game and we have to break that  cycle.

If we keep a clean sheet we can win.. but clean sheets are about as rare as Putin or Trump telling the truth.

Then there is Fletcher.. as Coleman is going to play him we have to hope he has turned a corner. He scored a good goal last night and hit the post.. but shortly before his goal a poor touch let him down for another good chance and he missed a sitter from a good cross by mcgeady.

Then of course their was the OG and penalty and the pass to Fletcher for his goal. I doubt all our remaining opponents are going yo be so generous.

Another win on Monday and hope for a great escape could be on.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-31, 9:01 am

sunderpitt wrote:Whilst I am still buzzing with the win yesterday... for me the next game is important as we all recognise that we seem to have one good, one bad game and we have to break that  cycle.

If we keep a clean sheet we can win.. but clean sheets are about as rare as Putin or Trump telling the truth.

Then there is Fletcher.. as Coleman is going to play him we have to hope he has turned a corner. He scored a good goal last night and hit the post.. but shortly before his goal a poor touch let him down for another good chance and he missed a sitter from a good cross by mcgeady.

Then of course their was the OG and penalty and the pass to Fletcher for his goal. I doubt all our remaining opponents are going yo be so generous.

Another win on Monday and hope for a great escape could be on.
Yes finding negatives is easy but fortunately Cookie lives in my positive world. Fletcher scored a cracker, the OG came from an attack and attempt.most do, the pen came from an attack and O'Shea scored through pressure. Before the game some said none of these would happen, they did.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-03-31, 9:10 am

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sunderpitt wrote:Whilst I am still buzzing with the win yesterday... for me the next game is important as we all recognise that we seem to have one good, one bad game and we have to break that  cycle.

If we keep a clean sheet we can win.. but clean sheets are about as rare as Putin or Trump telling the truth.

Then there is Fletcher.. as Coleman is going to play him we have to hope he has turned a corner. He scored a good goal last night and hit the post.. but shortly before his goal a poor touch let him down for another good chance and he missed a sitter from a good cross by mcgeady.

Then of course their was the OG and penalty and the pass to Fletcher for his goal. I doubt all our remaining opponents are going yo be so generous.

Another win on Monday and hope for a great escape could be on.
Yes finding negatives is easy but fortunately Cookie lives in my positive world. Fletcher scored a cracker, the OG came from an attack and attempt.most do, the pen came from an attack and O'Shea scored through pressure. Before the game some said none of these would happen, they did.

Don't fret Syd.. we all love you for your myopic rose tinted glasses 

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-31, 9:29 am

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cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:Whilst I am still buzzing with the win yesterday... for me the next game is important as we all recognise that we seem to have one good, one bad game and we have to break that  cycle.

If we keep a clean sheet we can win.. but clean sheets are about as rare as Putin or Trump telling the truth.

Then there is Fletcher.. as Coleman is going to play him we have to hope he has turned a corner. He scored a good goal last night and hit the post.. but shortly before his goal a poor touch let him down for another good chance and he missed a sitter from a good cross by mcgeady.

Then of course their was the OG and penalty and the pass to Fletcher for his goal. I doubt all our remaining opponents are going yo be so generous.

Another win on Monday and hope for a great escape could be on.
Yes finding negatives is easy but fortunately Cookie lives in my positive world. Fletcher scored a cracker, the OG came from an attack and attempt.most do, the pen came from an attack and O'Shea scored through pressure. Before the game some said none of these would happen, they did.

Don't fret Syd.. we all love you for your myopic rose tinted glasses 

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Don't need any love and I have never owned a pair of rose tinted glasses in my life but accept that is the normal response from anyone with nothing positive to say. It's raining so you should be happy, something else to moan about.

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Post  Billy D on 2018-03-31, 10:19 am

I've hurt my back & can't even get out the house. I have to use a walking stick to get around it.
Even getting in & out of bed is a bugger. I've forgot what fresh air is like as the only time I get any is when I go out to the bin.
Can't get my daughter to hang the washing out as it's pissing down.
I'm going stir crazy being stuck in the house. Tomorrow I shall ask my son to put me in my mams wheelchair & take me down the bar.
All thiss has made me more pessimistic & depressed than I normally am.
All that said, last night's result cheered me up by quite a few degrees.
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-03-31, 11:05 am

Billy D wrote:I've hurt my back & can't even get out the house. I have to use a walking stick to get around it.
Even getting in & out of bed is a bugger. I've forgot what fresh air is like as the only time I get any is when I go out to the bin.
Can't get my daughter to hang the washing out as it's pissing down.
I'm going stir crazy being stuck in the house. Tomorrow I shall ask my son to put me in my mams wheelchair & take me down the bar.
All thiss has made me more pessimistic & depressed than I normally am.
All that said, last night's result cheered me up by quite a few degrees.
Yes last night's result was a right tonic. Sending love and hope that you feel better soon kiss
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Post  Billy D on 2018-03-31, 11:19 am

Hieronymus wrote:
Billy D wrote:I've hurt my back & can't even get out the house. I have to use a walking stick to get around it.
Even getting in & out of bed is a bugger. I've forgot what fresh air is like as the only time I get any is when I go out to the bin.
Can't get my daughter to hang the washing out as it's pissing down.
I'm going stir crazy being stuck in the house. Tomorrow I shall ask my son to put me in my mams wheelchair & take me down the bar.
All thiss has made me more pessimistic & depressed than I normally am.
All that said, last night's result cheered me up by quite a few degrees.
Yes last night's result was a right tonic. Sending love and hope that you feel better soon kiss
Well thank you kind lady, I appreciate that.
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Post  canary-dave on 2018-03-31, 11:35 am

Billy D wrote:I've hurt my back & can't even get out the house. I have to use a walking stick to get around it.
Even getting in & out of bed is a bugger. I've forgot what fresh air is like as the only time I get any is when I go out to the bin.
Can't get my daughter to hang the washing out as it's pissing down.
I'm going stir crazy being stuck in the house. Tomorrow I shall ask my son to put me in my mams wheelchair & take me down the bar.
All thiss has made me more pessimistic & depressed than I normally am.
All that said, last night's result cheered me up by quite a few degrees.

I can empatise with you Billy, my mobility is worse than ever, I can only manage about 100 yards walking with a stick before having to sit down and rest,

While I'm in Norwich, I'm getting a taxi to a pub that has several other pubs in the area so I can move from one to the next, then sitting down for a pint before moving on to the next!

Problem is, by the time I'm moving to the tenth pub, the distance between them is doubled by the staggering! drunken drunken drunken

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Post  Rovertsafc on 2018-03-31, 11:35 am

Just gone onto SAfc.com ticket site and normally there are lots of spare seats around me but not for the Sheff Wed game so hopefully a great turn out
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Post  Billy D on 2018-03-31, 11:49 am

canary-dave wrote:
Billy D wrote:I've hurt my back & can't even get out the house. I have to use a walking stick to get around it.
Even getting in & out of bed is a bugger. I've forgot what fresh air is like as the only time I get any is when I go out to the bin.
Can't get my daughter to hang the washing out as it's pissing down.
I'm going stir crazy being stuck in the house. Tomorrow I shall ask my son to put me in my mams wheelchair & take me down the bar.
All thiss has made me more pessimistic & depressed than I normally am.
All that said, last night's result cheered me up by quite a few degrees.

I can empatise with you Billy, my mobility is worse than ever, I can only manage about 100 yards walking with a stick before having to sit down and rest,

While I'm in Norwich, I'm getting a taxi to a pub that has several other pubs in the area so I can move from one to the next, then sitting down for a pint before moving on to the next!

Problem is, by the time I'm moving to the tenth pub, the distance between them is doubled by the staggering! drunken drunken drunken
Aye, it's a bugger when you can't get out & about.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-31, 12:46 pm

Rovertsafc wrote:Just gone onto SAfc.com ticket site and normally there are lots of spare seats around me but not for the Sheff Wed game so hopefully a great turn out
I hope so, if ever the fans were needed its now

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Post  Vincemac on 2018-03-31, 1:30 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Easter Monday at the stadium, tonight Coleman asked for a good turn out to support the team, I will be there, will you?

Yeh
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Post  gil t azell on 2018-03-31, 1:33 pm

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Billy D wrote:I've hurt my back & can't even get out the house. I have to use a walking stick to get around it.
Even getting in & out of bed is a bugger. I've forgot what fresh air is like as the only time I get any is when I go out to the bin.
Can't get my daughter to hang the washing out as it's pissing down.
I'm going stir crazy being stuck in the house. Tomorrow I shall ask my son to put me in my mams wheelchair & take me down the bar.
All thiss has made me more pessimistic & depressed than I normally am.
All that said, last night's result cheered me up by quite a few degrees.

I can empatise with you Billy, my mobility is worse than ever, I can only manage about 100 yards walking with a stick before having to sit down and rest,

While I'm in Norwich, I'm getting a taxi to a pub that has several other pubs in the area so I can move from one to the next, then sitting down for a pint before moving on to the next!

Problem is, by the time I'm moving to the tenth pub, the distance between them is doubled by the staggering! drunken drunken drunken
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canary-dave wrote:
Billy D wrote:I've hurt my back & can't even get out the house. I have to use a walking stick to get around it.
Even getting in & out of bed is a bugger. I've forgot what fresh air is like as the only time I get any is when I go out to the bin.
Can't get my daughter to hang the washing out as it's pissing down.
I'm going stir crazy being stuck in the house. Tomorrow I shall ask my son to put me in my mams wheelchair & take me down the bar.
All thiss has made me more pessimistic & depressed than I normally am.
All that said, last night's result cheered me up by quite a few degrees.

I can empatise with you Billy, my mobility is worse than ever, I can only manage about 100 yards walking with a stick before having to sit down and rest,

While I'm in Norwich, I'm getting a taxi to a pub that has several other pubs in the area so I can move from one to the next, then sitting down for a pint before moving on to the next!

Problem is, by the time I'm moving to the tenth pub, the distance between them is doubled by the staggering! drunken drunken drunken
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-04-01, 9:50 am

24 hours to a massive game, can we do back to back wins? Can we put on a performance at home? Can we top a 30,000 crowd doing their but?

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Cash turnstiles will be in operation for Sunderland’s match with Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.
Supporters will be able to pay on the gate at turnstiles 44, 45 and 46, located by the East Stand, with tickets priced at £30. There will be no concession tickets available.
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Matchday 9am until kick off
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-04-02, 6:33 am

Well my friends it's match day again so only our game on my mind today and win lose or draw my only wish is we give our all.

Enjoy your day.

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