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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-10-28, 7:40 am

Next match up... same squad unless there are injuries or returnees from suspension or injury.

3 clean sheets and getting the winning habit. This is all good.

Can we improve.. distribution from the keeper? Sinclair works his proverbial socks off but is he a goal scorer?

Personally I think McGuire is more effective behind the striker than out on the wing?


Plymouth not doing too well atm.. let's keep it that way..
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Post  Jerry the Jinx on 2018-10-28, 8:21 am

sunderpitt wrote:Next match up... same squad unless there are injuries or returnees from suspension or injury.

3 clean sheets and getting the winning habit. This is all good.

Can we improve.. distribution from the keeper? Sinclair works his proverbial socks off but is he a goal scorer?

Personally I think McGuire is more effective behind the striker than out on the wing?


Plymouth not doing too well atm.. let's keep it that way..
They've won their last 2 games, so like us, got some momentum going
Hope this isn't the proverbial banana skin
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-28, 9:25 am

What a fantastic problem to have, do we stick with a team that wins and keeps clean sheets or do we bring our top scorer back.

I guess that rather than decide who we bring in we have to decide who we should drop?

Well can we drop the keeper or a back 4 that are keeping clean sheets? Not a chance.

How about midfield, well Catts cant go, Honeyman despite reading how bad he is was a candidate for MOTM yesterday and scored, Mceough is doing a vital job IMO and doing it well, Maguire could be dropped but that would start the masses shouting at shops, Gooch, well he did pick up an injury yesterday but a weeks rest/training will solve that.
So its Sinclair for Maja but Sinclair may not score but he does make life uncomfortable for defenders, I just wish we could find a way to play Sinclair and Maja but I can't.

And Jinx, stop this banana skin talk.

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Post  Vincemac on 2018-10-28, 9:28 am

sunderpitt wrote:Next match up... same squad unless there are injuries or returnees from suspension or injury.

3 clean sheets and getting the winning habit. This is all good.

Can we improve.. distribution from the keeper? Sinclair works his proverbial socks off but is he a goal scorer?

Personally I think McGuire is more effective behind the striker than out on the wing?


Plymouth not doing too well atm.. let's keep it that way..
Imo 
From what I’ve seen of Sinclair 
He is exactly the same as Vaughn was for us last season 
Plenty of work effort 
Wins nowt but puts a shift In
Is that enough .?....???
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Post  Jerry the Jinx on 2018-10-28, 9:31 am

cyprussyd wrote:What a fantastic problem to have, do we stick with a team that wins and keeps clean sheets or do we bring our top scorer back.

I guess that rather than decide who we bring in we have to decide who we should drop?

Well can we drop the keeper or a back 4 that are keeping clean sheets? Not a chance.

How about midfield, well Catts cant go, Honeyman despite reading how bad he is was a candidate for MOTM yesterday and scored, Mceough is doing a vital job IMO and doing it well, Maguire could be dropped but that would start the masses shouting at shops, Gooch, well he did pick up an injury yesterday but a weeks rest/training will solve that.
So its Sinclair for Maja but Sinclair may not score but he does make life uncomfortable for defenders, I just wish we could find a way to play Sinclair and Maja but I can't.

And Jinx, stop this banana skin talk.
Not trying to be negative but old habits die hard
We are Sunderland and are past experts at building everyone's hopes up and then knocking them flat
Really really hope that  - for now at least - it remains  a thing of the past
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-28, 9:41 am

Jerry the Jinx wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:What a fantastic problem to have, do we stick with a team that wins and keeps clean sheets or do we bring our top scorer back.

I guess that rather than decide who we bring in we have to decide who we should drop?

Well can we drop the keeper or a back 4 that are keeping clean sheets? Not a chance.

How about midfield, well Catts cant go, Honeyman despite reading how bad he is was a candidate for MOTM yesterday and scored, Mceough is doing a vital job IMO and doing it well, Maguire could be dropped but that would start the masses shouting at shops, Gooch, well he did pick up an injury yesterday but a weeks rest/training will solve that.
So its Sinclair for Maja but Sinclair may not score but he does make life uncomfortable for defenders, I just wish we could find a way to play Sinclair and Maja but I can't.

And Jinx, stop this banana skin talk.
Not trying to be negative but old habits die hard
We are Sunderland and are past experts at building everyone's hopes up and then knocking them flat
Really really hope that  - for now at least - it remains  a thing of the past
OK I know the problem, you caught me with another woman yesterday and its pissed you right off but just think of how I felt having to watch you kissing and hugging that old man Les, I'm sure I even caught you playing with his facial hair.

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Post  Jerry the Jinx on 2018-10-28, 10:04 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Jerry the Jinx wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:What a fantastic problem to have, do we stick with a team that wins and keeps clean sheets or do we bring our top scorer back.

I guess that rather than decide who we bring in we have to decide who we should drop?

Well can we drop the keeper or a back 4 that are keeping clean sheets? Not a chance.

How about midfield, well Catts cant go, Honeyman despite reading how bad he is was a candidate for MOTM yesterday and scored, Mceough is doing a vital job IMO and doing it well, Maguire could be dropped but that would start the masses shouting at shops, Gooch, well he did pick up an injury yesterday but a weeks rest/training will solve that.
So its Sinclair for Maja but Sinclair may not score but he does make life uncomfortable for defenders, I just wish we could find a way to play Sinclair and Maja but I can't.

And Jinx, stop this banana skin talk.
Not trying to be negative but old habits die hard
We are Sunderland and are past experts at building everyone's hopes up and then knocking them flat
Really really hope that  - for now at least - it remains  a thing of the past
OK I know the problem, you caught me with another woman yesterday and its pissed you right off but just think of how I felt having to watch you kissing and hugging that old man Les, I'm sure I even caught you playing with his facial hair.
Can't get nowt past you Rolling Eyes
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Post  lesmac on 2018-10-28, 6:26 pm

Jerry the Jinx wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Jerry the Jinx wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:What a fantastic problem to have, do we stick with a team that wins and keeps clean sheets or do we bring our top scorer back.

I guess that rather than decide who we bring in we have to decide who we should drop?

Well can we drop the keeper or a back 4 that are keeping clean sheets? Not a chance.

How about midfield, well Catts cant go, Honeyman despite reading how bad he is was a candidate for MOTM yesterday and scored, Mceough is doing a vital job IMO and doing it well, Maguire could be dropped but that would start the masses shouting at shops, Gooch, well he did pick up an injury yesterday but a weeks rest/training will solve that.
So its Sinclair for Maja but Sinclair may not score but he does make life uncomfortable for defenders, I just wish we could find a way to play Sinclair and Maja but I can't.

And Jinx, stop this banana skin talk.
Not trying to be negative but old habits die hard
We are Sunderland and are past experts at building everyone's hopes up and then knocking them flat
Really really hope that  - for now at least - it remains  a thing of the past
OK I know the problem, you caught me with another woman yesterday and its pissed you right off but just think of how I felt having to watch you kissing and hugging that old man Les, I'm sure I even caught you playing with his facial hair.
Can't get nowt past you Rolling Eyes
Must be getting old I can't remember any of that? Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-28, 7:21 pm

lesmac wrote:
Jerry the Jinx wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Jerry the Jinx wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:What a fantastic problem to have, do we stick with a team that wins and keeps clean sheets or do we bring our top scorer back.

I guess that rather than decide who we bring in we have to decide who we should drop?

Well can we drop the keeper or a back 4 that are keeping clean sheets? Not a chance.

How about midfield, well Catts cant go, Honeyman despite reading how bad he is was a candidate for MOTM yesterday and scored, Mceough is doing a vital job IMO and doing it well, Maguire could be dropped but that would start the masses shouting at shops, Gooch, well he did pick up an injury yesterday but a weeks rest/training will solve that.
So its Sinclair for Maja but Sinclair may not score but he does make life uncomfortable for defenders, I just wish we could find a way to play Sinclair and Maja but I can't.

And Jinx, stop this banana skin talk.
Not trying to be negative but old habits die hard
We are Sunderland and are past experts at building everyone's hopes up and then knocking them flat
Really really hope that  - for now at least - it remains  a thing of the past
OK I know the problem, you caught me with another woman yesterday and its pissed you right off but just think of how I felt having to watch you kissing and hugging that old man Les, I'm sure I even caught you playing with his facial hair.
Can't get nowt past you Rolling Eyes
Must be getting old I can't remember any of that? Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed
You are not getting old you are very old but it won't stand up in court if that's your defence.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-10-29, 9:43 am

Getting back to football... Ross in the Echo is bigging McGeady up. 

Fair enough he scored a cracking  great goal from a flick on from Maja. He definitely is a menace in the last third of the pitch.

But for a player of his quality, experience and an international to boot.. how come his penchant for giving the ball away dangerously in his own third of the pitch has not been eliminated or am I being picky and he comes as a package.. with a health warning as it were.


So would you start him on Saturday?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-29, 10:22 am

sunderpitt wrote:Getting back to football... Ross in the Echo is bigging McGeady up. 

Fair enough he scored a cracking  great goal from a flick on from Maja. He definitely is a menace in the last third of the pitch.

But for a player of his quality, experience and an international to boot.. how come his penchant for giving the ball away dangerously in his own third of the pitch has not been eliminated or am I being picky and he comes as a package.. with a health warning as it were.


So would you start him on Saturday?
If we are to be fair with the squad we must start with the same 11, they won with a clean sheet so McGeady, Maja and Oviedo start on the bench, same with Power when he comes back.

The great thing for me is we have a squad that accepts every player has a part to play and when called on they contribute.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-10-29, 10:52 am

Perhaps a couple of tactical changes.

Would it not be preferable for the keeper to pass the ball out to a Sunderland player rather than hoofing it downfield to the big defenders to head back and put us under pressure.

Also would McGuire be better playing in the middle of the pitch making it easier to score his Gerrard/Lampard goals?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-29, 12:14 pm

sunderpitt wrote:Perhaps a couple of tactical changes.

Would it not be preferable for the keeper to pass the ball out to a Sunderland player rather than hoofing it downfield to the big defenders to head back and put us under pressure.

Also would McGuire be better playing in the middle of the pitch making it easier to score his Gerrard/Lampard goals?
Wins, clean sheets, goals, keep on hoofing and trust Ross to know how to use Maguire, he seems good at it.

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Post  Kipper on 2018-10-29, 12:42 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:Perhaps a couple of tactical changes.

Would it not be preferable for the keeper to pass the ball out to a Sunderland player rather than hoofing it downfield to the big defenders to head back and put us under pressure.

Also would McGuire be better playing in the middle of the pitch making it easier to score his Gerrard/Lampard goals?
Wins, clean sheets, goals, keep on hoofing and trust Ross to know how to use Maguire, he seems good at it.
Yeah I thought there was a case for Magure playing in the middle on Saturday and my thoughts on what Ross should do during the game weren't what he did. Thankfully he's the manager and he knows what he's doing. We won 3-0 and you can't argue with that. At the weekend, Pat Nevin called him the most exciting young manager around.

I'm curious to see if Power will come straight back in  for this game though. Wouldn't surprise me.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-10-29, 1:42 pm

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Sunderland winger Aiden McGeady has had a tough few years on Wearside after back-to-back relegations from the Premier League and Championship, but this season is his chance to shine again.

McGeady, who has played in the Champions League and European Championships in the past, made his fifth start from the bench last weekend against Southend United and bagged his first goal of the season in Sunderland's 3-0 win.

The Republic of Ireland international produced arguably his best performance in the red and white of Sunderland and manager Jack Ross has made a big statement during an interview with the Chronicle.

When speaking about McGeady, Ross said: "Aiden is an unbelievably talented footballer. I’ve seen it first-hand because I’ve played against him directly, so I know how good he is. I see it every day in training.

"What he deserves an enormous amount of credit for at the moment is his professionalism and his attitude, because he was disappointed not to start against Doncaster but he came on and helped us win the game in the last period.

"One-v-one he’s as good as anyone in the country, never mind the league."

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The former Everton and Celtic winger will be hoping his goal against Southend will be the first of many in the third tier this term, while also cementing himself in Ross's starting line-up for future matches.

But, with Chris Maguire continuing to shine in McGeady's position and wide man Lynden Gooch excellent this season, McGeady may have to wait for his chance, while also continuing to perform from the bench.

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Post  barrowmackem on 2018-10-29, 7:06 pm

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-11-02, 8:37 am

Loovens will travel..does that mean Osturk dropped?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-11-03, 12:43 am

Both Maja and McGready are in contention but I can see Ross starting with the same 11 with Both coming on from the bench.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-11-03, 3:59 am

1.12 in the morning and ready to catch bus for long trip to Plymouth, now they are fans..

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2018-11-03, 4:39 am

cyprussyd wrote:1.12 in the morning and ready to catch bus for long trip to Plymouth, now they are fans..

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I can't see you Syd.....you should turn the phone around next time  Wink

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Post  gil t azell on 2018-11-03, 8:01 am

cyprussyd wrote:Both Maja and McGready are in contention but I can see Ross starting with the same 11 with Both coming on from the bench.

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CATTERMOLE MCGEOUCH
GOOCH HONEYMAN MAGUIRE
SINCLAIR
RUITER OZTURK MAGREADY MAJA OVIEDO O'NIEN MUMBA
What a bench to have though. 

Thats the key to our promotion methinks. There are game changers on there with Dunc n Wyke to come in yet.
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Post  Vincemac on 2018-11-03, 2:11 pm

Is cats injured
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Vincemac wrote:Is cats injured
Yes

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Vincemac wrote:Is cats injured
He is
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