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Re: Sunderland v AFC Wimbledon

Post  cyprussyd on 2019-02-02, 6:08 pm

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sunderpitt wrote:Yep our keeper very good, again MoM probably.. although Ross's winger was good as well

I was giving Wyke the chance to get up to speed after a lay off due to injury.... it would appear he is up to speed..ponderous.. mind few crosses for him to head

A very tight game especially first half.. 

Gregg's is required asap

I said before the game I would take a scrappy 1-0.. so yes 3 points and jog on
Wyke is a proven goal scorer at this level so its a misery to me why he is struggling.

Yep I agree.. but atm he is a dud
a mistery even and a misery

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Re: Sunderland v AFC Wimbledon

Post  sunderpitt on 2019-02-02, 6:14 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:Yep our keeper very good, again MoM probably.. although Ross's winger was good as well

I was giving Wyke the chance to get up to speed after a lay off due to injury.... it would appear he is up to speed..ponderous.. mind few crosses for him to head

A very tight game especially first half.. 

Gregg's is required asap

I said before the game I would take a scrappy 1-0.. so yes 3 points and jog on
Wyke is a proven goal scorer at this level so its a misery to me why he is struggling.

Yep I agree.. but atm he is a dud
a mystery even and a misery

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Re: Sunderland v AFC Wimbledon

Post  gil t azell on 2019-02-02, 6:36 pm

Morgan is fast and looked decent


Stirling is going to be a handful................... when he puts the correct studs in. Maybe tried to hard but made some good runs. 

O9 class regardless of where the lad is played.

Not going to knock Wyke. Yes he needs to win more headers and yes he needs to start using his weight to knock defenders but he is usually isolated against big defenders. The ball was played to his feet once today and he held it up and laid it off. Is that his fault or our system not utilising him to his best.

Agree about the scores for the rest.

We now have a week or so with the new lads to build up their fitness and JR to try new formations.

Finally any SAFC footballer who cannot take a corner and at least get past the first man should be thrown over the Wearmouth bridge. We had 3 lads tody about the same height as basketball players who gathererd at the edge of the goalmouth and I have absolutley no idea wtf they had practiced. Our set pieces including throw ins are pathetic.

Having said that a win is a win and my prediction would have been correct if it hadnt been for a typo error.
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Re: Sunderland v AFC Wimbledon

Post  Kipper on 2019-02-02, 6:41 pm

gil t azell wrote:Morgan is fast and looked decent


Stirling is going to be a handful................... when he puts the correct studs in. Maybe tried to hard but made some good runs. 

O9 class regardless of where the lad is played.

Not going to knock Wyke. Yes he needs to win more headers and yes he needs to start using his weight to knock defenders but he is usually isolated against big defenders. The ball was played to his feet once today and he held it up and laid it off. Is that his fault or our system not utilising him to his best.

Agree about the scores for the rest.

We now have a week or so with the new lads to build up their fitness and JR to try new formations.

Finally any SAFC footballer who cannot take a corner and at least get past the first man should be thrown over the Wearmouth bridge. We had 3 lads tody about the same height as basketball players who gathererd at the edge of the goalmouth and I have absolutley no idea wtf they had practiced. Our set pieces including throw ins are pathetic.

Having said that a win is a win and my prediction would have been correct if it hadnt been for a typo error.
I'll just agree with all of this.
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Re: Sunderland v AFC Wimbledon

Post  gil t azell on 2019-02-02, 6:44 pm

Kipper wrote:
gil t azell wrote:Morgan is fast and looked decent


Stirling is going to be a handful................... when he puts the correct studs in. Maybe tried to hard but made some good runs. 

O9 class regardless of where the lad is played.

Not going to knock Wyke. Yes he needs to win more headers and yes he needs to start using his weight to knock defenders but he is usually isolated against big defenders. The ball was played to his feet once today and he held it up and laid it off. Is that his fault or our system not utilising him to his best.

Agree about the scores for the rest.

We now have a week or so with the new lads to build up their fitness and JR to try new formations.

Finally any SAFC footballer who cannot take a corner and at least get past the first man should be thrown over the Wearmouth bridge. We had 3 lads tody about the same height as basketball players who gathererd at the edge of the goalmouth and I have absolutley no idea wtf they had practiced. Our set pieces including throw ins are pathetic.

Having said that a win is a win and my prediction would have been correct if it hadnt been for a typo error.
I'll just agree with all of this.
Always knew you had good taste. like Very Happy
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Re: Sunderland v AFC Wimbledon

Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2019-02-02, 7:24 pm

gil t azell wrote:
Kipper wrote:
gil t azell wrote:Morgan is fast and looked decent


Stirling is going to be a handful................... when he puts the correct studs in. Maybe tried to hard but made some good runs. 

O9 class regardless of where the lad is played.

Not going to knock Wyke. Yes he needs to win more headers and yes he needs to start using his weight to knock defenders but he is usually isolated against big defenders. The ball was played to his feet once today and he held it up and laid it off. Is that his fault or our system not utilising him to his best.

Agree about the scores for the rest.

We now have a week or so with the new lads to build up their fitness and JR to try new formations.

Finally any SAFC footballer who cannot take a corner and at least get past the first man should be thrown over the Wearmouth bridge. We had 3 lads tody about the same height as basketball players who gathererd at the edge of the goalmouth and I have absolutley no idea wtf they had practiced. Our set pieces including throw ins are pathetic.

Having said that a win is a win and my prediction would have been correct if it hadnt been for a typo error.
I'll just agree with all of this.
Always knew you had good taste. like Very Happy
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Re: Sunderland v AFC Wimbledon

Post  cyprussyd on 2019-02-03, 1:27 pm


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