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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Billy D on 2018-04-21, 4:55 pm

f*cking shambles from top to bottom.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Billy D on 2018-04-21, 4:59 pm

I don't give a flying frig what Syd says, we are down.
We are where we deserve to be because we are shit.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  canary-dave on 2018-04-21, 5:07 pm

Sounds like there was plenty of drama. Need to look forward now to next season  Sad

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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-04-21, 5:09 pm

It’s very difficult to know what to say,  I know it’s gut wrenching.  I do send you my best wishes though.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Billy D on 2018-04-21, 5:11 pm

canary-dave wrote:Sounds like there was plenty of drama. Need to look forward now to next season  Sad
Well thank f*ck for that.
We have officially been relegated..
It's like a vet putting the needle in a tortured terminally ill dog.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  vinkel on 2018-04-21, 5:32 pm

Billy D wrote:
canary-dave wrote:Sounds like there was plenty of drama. Need to look forward now to next season  Sad
Well thank f*ck for that.
We have officially been relegated..
It's like a vet putting the needle in a tortured terminally ill dog.
As good as billy, but not officially yet.

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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Billy D on 2018-04-21, 5:37 pm

vinkel wrote:
Billy D wrote:
canary-dave wrote:Sounds like there was plenty of drama. Need to look forward now to next season  Sad
Well thank f*ck for that.
We have officially been relegated..
It's like a vet putting the needle in a tortured terminally ill dog.
As good as billy, but not officially yet.
It is mate, it's confirmed.
Burton have to play Bolton, one of them will pick up points which condemns us.
Makes no difference if we win the last two 25-0 - we are officially relegated.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  vinkel on 2018-04-21, 5:41 pm

Billy D wrote:
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Billy D wrote:
canary-dave wrote:Sounds like there was plenty of drama. Need to look forward now to next season  Sad
Well thank f*ck for that.
We have officially been relegated..
It's like a vet putting the needle in a tortured terminally ill dog.
As good as billy, but not officially yet.
It is mate, it's confirmed.
Burton have to play Bolton, one of them will pick up points which condemns us.
Makes no difference if we win the last two 25-0 - we are officially relegated.
Hadn't known that, ah well.

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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-04-21, 6:30 pm

Well if we could stop on 80 minutes we would be champions but never mind. On we go and look forward to our new adventure in division 1, cracking goal from McNair mind.

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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  gil t azell on 2018-04-21, 6:33 pm

Billy D wrote:
canary-dave wrote:Sounds like there was plenty of drama. Need to look forward now to next season  Sad
Well thank f*ck for that.
We have officially been relegated..
It's like a vet putting the needle in a tortured terminally ill dog.

Yup.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  gil t azell on 2018-04-21, 6:41 pm

Sum up our players in one word using just these letters...
C N U T S
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Billy D on 2018-04-21, 6:50 pm

gil t azell wrote:Sum up our players in one word using just these letters...
C N U T S
Well quite but our very own leader, Norman Cook will still be kissing arse.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-04-21, 7:17 pm

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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  gil t azell on 2018-04-21, 7:22 pm

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Ditto in that yup I will be there, but my honest opinion is that no team is as bad as we have portrayed ourselves this season. There is definitely a hidden agenda and some players aren't trying for a reason. Yes that is just a hunch, but no amount of logic or sensible proposals from any of you will convince me otherwise.
I completely agree with that, maybe 'cos I'm as daft as you, and I don't believe what I've read about players like Asoro and Goochycoochycoo been 'out' for the last three 'cos of injury, either.

I might be wrong, but certain injuries throughout this season have had an air of 'am I f*ck' about them. I also believe that Coleman's selections have been deliberate as per instructions from elsewhere, 'cos I don't believe that he'd have made the numerous 'negative' substitutions
that he has 'willingly' knowing that we've needed 'positive' substitutions that could well have resulted in us having more chance of winning games.

It seems to me that he's had instructions since he arrived, to take us on our current journey into the Division 3 abyss Crying or Very sad

None of this will stop me from going to watch The Lads, though, 'cos S.A.F.C. is still my first love I love you  . . . . and I'm still daft enough Smile
and once again today.
These players are extracting the urine. Thats Leeds, Norwich and Burton we have had leads and given it away late on. 

Backs up our statements regardless of how silly they appear.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  sunderpitt on 2018-04-21, 7:37 pm

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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-04-21, 7:48 pm

gil t azell wrote:
Gordon Armstrong wrote:
gil t azell wrote:
Ditto in that yup I will be there, but my honest opinion is that no team is as bad as we have portrayed ourselves this season. There is definitely a hidden agenda and some players aren't trying for a reason. Yes that is just a hunch, but no amount of logic or sensible proposals from any of you will convince me otherwise.
I completely agree with that, maybe 'cos I'm as daft as you, and I don't believe what I've read about players like Asoro and Goochycoochycoo been 'out' for the last three 'cos of injury, either.

I might be wrong, but certain injuries throughout this season have had an air of 'am I f*ck' about them. I also believe that Coleman's selections have been deliberate as per instructions from elsewhere, 'cos I don't believe that he'd have made the numerous 'negative' substitutions
that he has 'willingly' knowing that we've needed 'positive' substitutions that could well have resulted in us having more chance of winning games.

It seems to me that he's had instructions since he arrived, to take us on our current journey into the Division 3 abyss Crying or Very sad

None of this will stop me from going to watch The Lads, though, 'cos S.A.F.C. is still my first love I love you  . . . . and I'm still daft enough Smile
and once again today.
These players are extracting the urine. Thats Leeds, Norwich and Burton we have had leads and given it away late on. 

Backs up our statements regardless of how silly they appear.
I'm honestly not sure there is an underlying agenda and there certainly is no easy quick fix IMO.

We have a mix of players who just dont add up, a result of bad buying, panic buying and no plan. In Cattermole and O'Shea we have two very experienced players who I believe care but like us they have watched manager after manager bring in players worse than what we had. Loan players who are loan players for a reason and a never ending list of injured players.

Each game has seen confidence in team mates drain and belief evaporate.on the field and in the stands. Today we had 3 points, again but with 10 minutes to go panic set in, Burton did not push us back we just backed off, nervously hoping to hang on, we didn't, we never do.

I do believe new owners are ready to step in but they wont be super rich owners but good sensible recruitment with players who we may not have heard of but who have what it takes to succeed in division 1. My fear is how many of our good players, and we do have some good players, will want to be here?

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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Billy D on 2018-04-21, 7:51 pm

Well I'm off for a shower & wash my hair.
After that I might as well have a wank, nowt much else to do.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  paddocklad on 2018-04-22, 7:46 am

Does anyone know why Koné was taken of as all the problems seem to stem from there, I’m afraid the last few games have shown CC up to be tactically naive as we should be closing games out, on another note the recruitment has been poor how many of those signed in January on loan played....why are we persisting with fletcher
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Billy D on 2018-04-22, 8:40 am

I'll make a prediction now & I may well be wrong.
Any players that are of any use at all will be sold for coppers as their value will have dropped even further now.
I'm going to the local field this morning. I'll do a bit talent spotting.
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Jerry the Jinx on 2018-04-22, 10:27 am

paddocklad wrote:Does anyone know why Koné was taken of as all the problems seem to stem from there, I’m afraid the last few games have shown CC up to be tactically naive as we should be closing games out, on another note the recruitment has been poor how many of those signed in January on loan played....why are we persisting with fletcher
He was signalling to the bench that he was injured and needed to come off
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Re: Sunderland v Burton

Post  Gordon Armstrong on 2018-04-23, 1:25 pm

Was he not signalling to the bench that he was a c**t, and wanted to come off (that's the impression that I got when I saw him doing so)?
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Post  Jerry the Jinx on 2018-04-23, 6:37 pm

Gordon Armstrong wrote:Was he not signalling to the bench that he was a c**t, and wanted to come off (that's the impression that I got when I saw him doing so)?
Prefer your version Laughing
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Post  lesmac on 2018-04-23, 7:04 pm

Gordon Armstrong wrote:Was he not signalling to the bench that he was a c**t, and wanted to come off (that's the impression that I got when I saw him doing so)?
Totally agree, I thought his body language  showed that right from the start.
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