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Re: Shrewsbury Town v Sunderland AFC

Post  canary-dave on 2018-10-20, 5:09 pm

Well played Sunderland, 3 points and a clean sheet. 

Good win for us too at the Florists   Cool

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Post  vinkel on 2018-10-20, 5:53 pm

On to Tuesday, Donny away.

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Re: Shrewsbury Town v Sunderland AFC

Post  Vincemac on 2018-10-20, 6:40 pm

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vinkel wrote:Ready for the off.
Is there any radio coverage
It is on Radio Newcastle FM - sorry I really have been busy and only just started listening just beforee we got the own goal - just not ahd time to log in and see what was happening on here!

Sounds like we have had a few chances so maybe score should be more than 1-0?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-21, 6:36 pm

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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-10-22, 9:47 am

Don't know about anyone else but doesn't it feel good to have a manager who can change the game when things aren't working? Who has a plan B and a Plan C? For so long we have all moaned and groaned at the lack of impact our subs have made, or the inability of our manager to see what we all see and change tactics or personnel during the game to make things better. I am loving it! Very Happy
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-22, 11:37 am

Hieronymus wrote:Don't know about anyone else but doesn't it feel good to have a manager who can change the game when things aren't working? Who has a plan B and a Plan C? For so long we have all moaned and groaned at the lack of impact our subs have made, or the inability of our manager to see what we all see and change tactics or personnel during the game to make things better. I am loving it! Very Happy
It sure is H, after an owner we never saw, a CeO who never spoke and a succession of managers who just did not work everything is good and Ross, well I still await his words that are not honest and dont make sense.

I spent a lot of Saturdays game on Twitter, lots good and a small minority not so good,

Why is Honeyman there, he is useless.
WTF is Ross doing taking Maja and Mcgeady off, clueless.


Well the useless and clueless got us a 2-0 win away.

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Post  Kipper on 2018-10-22, 12:11 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Don't know about anyone else but doesn't it feel good to have a manager who can change the game when things aren't working? Who has a plan B and a Plan C? For so long we have all moaned and groaned at the lack of impact our subs have made, or the inability of our manager to see what we all see and change tactics or personnel during the game to make things better. I am loving it! Very Happy
It sure is H, after an owner we never saw, a CeO who never spoke and a succession of managers who just did not work everything is good and Ross, well I still await his words that are not honest and dont make sense.

I spent a lot of Saturdays game on Twitter, lots good and a small minority not so good,

Why is Honeyman there, he is useless.
WTF is Ross doing taking Maja and Mcgeady off, clueless.


Well the useless and clueless got us a 2-0 win away.
and I thought Twitter was full of well considered and reasoned argument
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-22, 12:47 pm

Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Don't know about anyone else but doesn't it feel good to have a manager who can change the game when things aren't working? Who has a plan B and a Plan C? For so long we have all moaned and groaned at the lack of impact our subs have made, or the inability of our manager to see what we all see and change tactics or personnel during the game to make things better. I am loving it! Very Happy
It sure is H, after an owner we never saw, a CeO who never spoke and a succession of managers who just did not work everything is good and Ross, well I still await his words that are not honest and dont make sense.

I spent a lot of Saturdays game on Twitter, lots good and a small minority not so good,

Why is Honeyman there, he is useless.
WTF is Ross doing taking Maja and Mcgeady off, clueless.


Well the useless and clueless got us a 2-0 win away.
and I thought Twitter was full of well considered and reasoned argument
Only when I am on there.

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Re: Shrewsbury Town v Sunderland AFC

Post  sunderpitt on 2018-10-22, 1:21 pm

I see that McGeady...'when he is good he is very very good, but when he is bad he is horrid..unfortunately it has been more of the later  recently.. he should be running rings around the oppo in this league.. but he is not!

Honeyman is not a great player but will 100% to the cause.

Maja.. who may be carrying an ankle injury... was not at the races Saturday. Our only problem is atm who do we bring on?
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Post  Kipper on 2018-10-22, 2:00 pm

sunderpitt wrote:I see that McGeady...'when he is good he is very very good, but when he is bad he is horrid..unfortunately it has been more of the later  recently.. he should be running rings around the oppo in this league.. but he is not!

Honeyman is not a great player but will 100% to the cause.

Maja.. who may be carrying an ankle injury... was not at the races Saturday. Our only problem is atm who do we bring on?
Ross seemed to have the answer to that on Saturday.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-22, 4:03 pm

Kipper wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:I see that McGeady...'when he is good he is very very good, but when he is bad he is horrid..unfortunately it has been more of the later  recently.. he should be running rings around the oppo in this league.. but he is not!

Honeyman is not a great player but will 100% to the cause.

Maja.. who may be carrying an ankle injury... was not at the races Saturday. Our only problem is atm who do we bring on?
Ross seemed to have the answer to that on Saturday.
But Ross looks at positives and not how many players he can pick on. Unlike Sunders I did not see the game live, the only true way IMO to for an opinion bt reading what people are saying who did see the game McGeady had an OK game and Ross seems to think Honeyman is a good player.

I find it strange how at the end of last season many wanted Honeyman to stay, now he is not that good. Local lad works hard, comes through the system, is made captain then reads how shit he is. I wonder why players see f*ck it and leave?

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