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Re: SUNDERLAND V FLEETWOOD TOWN

Post  vinkel on 2018-09-08, 8:38 pm

After the Oxford game I said we needed to learn from it.
Well I now think we need to get street wise.

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Post  Silvers on 2018-09-08, 10:06 pm

Disappointing to once again drop points at home, but HEY we remain unbeaten..

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Post  Kipper on 2018-09-08, 10:38 pm

We will get stronger. Our defence will learn. They're alot better than the hopeless cases we've had previously. And then there's the attack - When Watmore returns other teams won't know what's hit them.
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Re: SUNDERLAND V FLEETWOOD TOWN

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-09-09, 1:49 am

Kipper wrote:We will get stronger. Our defence will learn. They're alot better than the hopeless cases we've had previously. And then there's the attack - When Watmore returns other teams won't know what's hit them.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-09-09, 7:58 am

Kipper wrote:We will get stronger. Our defence will learn. They're alot better than the hopeless cases we've had previously. And then there's the attack - When Watmore returns other teams won't know what's hit them.

Yep I hope so... but the "slow start/give a goal away" malaise must be driving the coaches and players mad.

Thought Catts probably MoM
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-09-09, 8:35 am

sunderpitt wrote:
Kipper wrote:We will get stronger. Our defence will learn. They're alot better than the hopeless cases we've had previously. And then there's the attack - When Watmore returns other teams won't know what's hit them.

Yep I hope so... but the "slow start/give a goal away" malaise must be driving the coaches and players mad.

Thought Catts probably MoM
Ross aid as much in his interview after the game.
I didn't see the game so maybe an unfair comment but my gut feeling is that a Baldwin/Flanagan pairing may be our best.

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Post  Mackemneil on 2018-09-09, 11:24 am

cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
Kipper wrote:We will get stronger. Our defence will learn. They're alot better than the hopeless cases we've had previously. And then there's the attack - When Watmore returns other teams won't know what's hit them.

Yep I hope so... but the "slow start/give a goal away" malaise must be driving the coaches and players mad.

Thought Catts probably MoM
Ross aid as much in his interview after the game.
I didn't see the game so maybe an unfair comment but my gut feeling is that a Baldwin/Flanagan pairing may be our best.
Agree on the central defensive partnership, Baldwin is outstanding and from what I have seen Flannagan reads the game well. Though I wouldn't rule out the idea of three centre backs!!
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