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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-04-13, 7:01 pm

A fantastic game for the neutrals but of course we are not neutral.

9 goals and we fought and fought but our defense let us down, next up Doncaster

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Post  barrowmackem on 2019-04-13, 7:06 pm

still in our own hands, you get odd games like this once every ten years. Don't panic.

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Post  vinkel on 2019-04-13, 7:15 pm

gil t azell wrote:Best team won.

Still in our own hands.

Move on.
I wouldn't say Best team won, I would say the worst team lost.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-04-13, 7:37 pm

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Post  Silvers on 2019-04-13, 10:14 pm

A good response from the manager...
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-04-14, 12:13 am

Silvers wrote:A good response from the manager...
Yes word perfect IMO and will be interesting to see how he decides on Fridays team

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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-04-14, 1:50 am

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[size=33]Player Ratings

[size=17]Jon McLaughlin, 6/10: Tough to place too much blame McLaughlin’s way seeing as he was beaten by four first-rate finishes and a close-range deflection.

Luke O’Nien, 2/10: Appalling, it was O’Nien’s lack of concentration, awful passing and terrible attempted clearances that set the tone for a pitiful defensive performance.
Tom Flanagan, 3/10: Somehow managed to top his awful showing against Burton, some effort.
Jack Baldwin, 3/10: His mistakes for Coventry’s fourth and fifth goals were inexplicable, his first-half performance was poor as well.
Bryan Oviedo, 6/10: Remarkably his teammates have been so awful since Oviedo’s return to the starting 11, that’s he’s been the best of a bad bunch defensively, seems to be building chemistry with Morgan too.
Grant Leadbitter, 6/10: Produced some brilliant passes, but his lack of defensive awareness was badly exposed by Coventry’s smart frontline.
Max Power, 6/10: Didn’t work next to Leadbitter neither offered enough defensive protection, hid did get on the scoresheet however.
Lewis Morgan, 7/10: Rivaled Wyke as Sunderland’s most dangerous attacking weapon, used his technique, skill and pace to great effect.
George Honeyman, 6/10: Pretty poor outside of his goal.
Charlie Wyke, 7/10: Resurrected Sunderland with a goal and two assists leading the Wearside fight back.
Will Grigg, 7/10: Much better than Tuesday linking play and back on the scoresheet as well.
(SUB) Kazaiah Sterling, 6/10: His pace and energy caused problems for a tired City defence.
(SUB) Aiden McGeady, 6/10: Showed his class in limited minutes.
(SUB) Benji Kimpioka, n/a: Barely touched it, after being introduced late on.
Man of the Match: Charlie Wyke[/size]

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Post  cretanmakem on 2019-04-14, 3:32 am

Well a lot wanted 4 4 2 ,,, but not today .
Forewarned about their pace in midfield/attack .
Our weak defence/so many matches .
A right back who isn't a right back .
NO defensive support from midfield . 

On the bright side ,,,,, 

We scored FOUR goals 
We came back THREE times 
The lads put in a hard shift 
Cattermoles tackles/yellow cards were needed ( Power needs to go look at his reds and get over it ) 
Wyke is looking better every game 
McGlaughlin ain't half bad
Still in our hands 
Last games McGeough played he looked well up for it 
The KING is still to return 

DON'T PANIC WE ARE ON OUR WAY TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP  ( and yes I do mean this season ) .

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Post  Vincemac on 2019-04-14, 9:56 am

7th November 1981 v Man Utd 
Was that the last time we concieded five goals at home
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Post  Hieronymus on 2019-04-14, 11:42 am

Vincemac wrote:7th November 1981 v Man Utd 
Was that the last time we concieded five goals at home
According to Rob Mason, yes!

Benno and Barnesy asked him just after the final whistle so he is obviously still well involved at the club.
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Post  Vincemac on 2019-04-14, 12:32 pm

Hieronymus wrote:
Vincemac wrote:7th November 1981 v Man Utd 
Was that the last time we concieded five goals at home
According to Rob Mason, yes!

Benno and Barnesy asked him just after the final whistle so he is obviously still well involved at the club.
Nearly 40 years
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Post  Silvers on 2019-04-14, 8:58 pm

Admittedly I only saw the highlights on Quest, but upfront  Coventry had pace and strength (Championship style). Very much our Achilles heel.

We have 5 games left.

I can see us not being beaten again, but whether we can win 5 remains to be seen. ...  the team looks cream crackered...
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Post  Gordon Armstrong on 2019-04-15, 11:01 am

cyprussyd wrote:Player ratings Roker Report


[size=33]Player Ratings[/size]





Jon McLaughlin, 6/10: Tough to place too much blame McLaughlin’s way seeing as he was beaten by four first-rate finishes and a close-range deflection.
Luke O’Nien, 2/10: Appalling, it was O’Nien’s lack of concentration, awful passing and terrible attempted clearances that set the tone for a pitiful defensive performance.
Tom Flanagan, 3/10: Somehow managed to top his awful showing against Burton, some effort.
Jack Baldwin, 3/10: His mistakes for Coventry’s fourth and fifth goals were inexplicable, his first-half performance was poor as well.
Bryan Oviedo, 6/10: Remarkably his teammates have been so awful since Oviedo’s return to the starting 11, that’s he’s been the best of a bad bunch defensively, seems to be building chemistry with Morgan too.
Grant Leadbitter, 6/10: Produced some brilliant passes, but his lack of defensive awareness was badly exposed by Coventry’s smart frontline.
Max Power, 6/10: Didn’t work next to Leadbitter neither offered enough defensive protection, hid did get on the scoresheet however.
Lewis Morgan, 7/10: Rivaled Wyke as Sunderland’s most dangerous attacking weapon, used his technique, skill and pace to great effect.
George Honeyman, 6/10: Pretty poor outside of his goal.
Charlie Wyke, 7/10: Resurrected Sunderland with a goal and two assists leading the Wearside fight back.
Will Grigg, 7/10: Much better than Tuesday linking play and back on the scoresheet as well.
(SUB) Kazaiah Sterling, 6/10: His pace and energy caused problems for a tired City defence.
(SUB) Aiden McGeady, 6/10: Showed his class in limited minutes.
(SUB) Benji Kimpioka, n/a: Barely touched it, after being introduced late on.
Man of the Match: Charlie Wyke

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