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Post  Kipper on 2020-03-03, 12:55 pm

Unfortunately I won't be there to see our resurgence but it would be good to see some changes.

Wyke is offering very little. I'd start Lafferty. I might even be temted to swap Gooch for Semenyo as I think Gooch could do with a rest. It would be good to see Semenyo on for longer in any case.

Hume should get a rest as well with Declan John replacing him. May also be time for Lynch to come back in - not sure about Tommy Smith - know nothing about him but he has played at a higher level.

Then there's Scowen. I'm sure there's some real pearls in some of the players we picked up in January but they've not been given the opportunity to show us yet. That's not having a dig at Parky - his consistent team was working, but after a draw and a defeat it's time to try something different.
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Post  wanderer on 2020-03-03, 2:48 pm

Kipper wrote:Unfortunately I won't be there to see our resurgence but it would be good to see some changes.

Wyke is offering very little. I'd start Lafferty. I might even be temted to swap Gooch for Semenyo as I think Gooch could do with a rest. It would be good to see Semenyo on for longer in any case.

Hume should get a rest as well with Declan John replacing him. May also be time for Lynch to come back in - not sure about Tommy Smith - know nothing about him but he has played at a higher level.

Then there's Scowen. I'm sure there's some real pearls in some of the players we picked up in January but they've not been given the opportunity to show us yet. That's not having a dig at Parky - his consistent team was working, but after a draw and a defeat it's time to try something different.
Wholesale changes not good, 1or 2 at most.
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Post  Kipper on 2020-03-03, 4:35 pm

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Kipper wrote:Unfortunately I won't be there to see our resurgence but it would be good to see some changes.

Wyke is offering very little. I'd start Lafferty. I might even be temted to swap Gooch for Semenyo as I think Gooch could do with a rest. It would be good to see Semenyo on for longer in any case.

Hume should get a rest as well with Declan John replacing him. May also be time for Lynch to come back in - not sure about Tommy Smith - know nothing about him but he has played at a higher level.

Then there's Scowen. I'm sure there's some real pearls in some of the players we picked up in January but they've not been given the opportunity to show us yet. That's not having a dig at Parky - his consistent team was working, but after a draw and a defeat it's time to try something different.
Wholesale changes not good, 1or 2 at most.
Yep I get that. I've mentioned a few possibilities but am not urging Parky to make all those. If I could choose 2 changes I'm not sure what it would be - Definitely Wyke and probably Hume for a rest.
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Post  trouble_n_stripes on 2020-03-03, 8:51 pm

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Kipper wrote:Unfortunately I won't be there to see our resurgence but it would be good to see some changes.

Wyke is offering very little. I'd start Lafferty. I might even be temted to swap Gooch for Semenyo as I think Gooch could do with a rest. It would be good to see Semenyo on for longer in any case.

Hume should get a rest as well with Declan John replacing him. May also be time for Lynch to come back in - not sure about Tommy Smith - know nothing about him but he has played at a higher level.

Then there's Scowen. I'm sure there's some real pearls in some of the players we picked up in January but they've not been given the opportunity to show us yet. That's not having a dig at Parky - his consistent team was working, but after a draw and a defeat it's time to try something different.
Wholesale changes not good, 1or 2 at most.
Yep I get that. I've mentioned a few possibilities but am not urging Parky to make all those. If I could choose 2 changes I'm not sure what it would be - Definitely Wyke and probably Hume for a rest.
Wyke has to drop to the bench surely, he's not actually prolific! Bring in Lafferty or maybe even Grigg.

I don't think John is match fit, certainly think about Semenyo starting as well.

We need change the last two games have shown that, if we keep sticking to the tried and tested, then why the January signings?

No good leaving the new lads until the 70min + mark, can't see how you can make much of an impact on a game switching things that late.
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Post  gil t azell on 2020-03-04, 7:29 am

Cannot see wholesale changes. Two at most. Wyke n Hume or Gucchi may drop to the bench.
I would consider trying Lafferty n Grigg upfront.
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Post  barrowmackem on 2020-03-05, 9:17 am

A game i will be attending. Hope i bring luck  finger cross

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Post  Hieronymus on 2020-03-05, 5:43 pm

barrowmackem wrote:A game i will be attending. Hope i bring luck  finger cross
So do I! Will miss you on Chatbox though Smile
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Post  trouble_n_stripes on 2020-03-05, 9:53 pm

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barrowmackem wrote:A game i will be attending. Hope i bring luck  finger cross
So do I! Will miss you on Chatbox though Smile
Me too H, without barrow life's not going to be the same. Got me live stream for the Cov game, though he did not prove any miracles we lost.....

Barrow enjoy Saturday, could be the last game for supporters? You never know.....
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Post  Safcy on 2020-03-07, 2:12 pm

Sunderland AFC: McLaughlin, Willis, Ozturk, Power, Maguire, Lafferty, Gooch, Flanagan, O’Nien, Dobson, Hume.
Substitutes: Burge, C McLaughlin, Lynch, Watmore, Grigg, Scowen, Semenyo. 

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Post  Hieronymus on 2020-03-07, 3:01 pm

Chatbox is open lads and lasses Smile
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Post  Safcy on 2020-03-07, 4:28 pm

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Post  Safcy on 2020-03-07, 4:45 pm

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Post  Hieronymus on 2020-03-07, 5:11 pm

GUTTED!!!! Crying or Very sad
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Post  fitz on 2020-03-07, 5:39 pm

Those that live by the last second goal, die by the last second goal - really disappointing result - that was 3 points thrown away when we could've made some ground up on Rotherham - I dont see anyone catching Coventry - playoffs here we come (again)

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Post  trouble_n_stripes on 2020-03-07, 6:18 pm

fitz wrote:Those that live by the last second goal, die by the last second goal - really disappointing result - that was 3 points thrown away when we could've made some ground up on Rotherham - I dont see anyone catching Coventry - playoffs here we come (again)
I would say automatic is all but gone, but playoffs aren't a certainty!
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Post  fitz on 2020-03-07, 6:35 pm

trouble_n_stripes wrote:
fitz wrote:Those that live by the last second goal, die by the last second goal - really disappointing result - that was 3 points thrown away when we could've made some ground up on Rotherham - I dont see anyone catching Coventry - playoffs here we come (again)
I would say automatic is all but gone, but playoffs aren't a certainty!

It's Sunderland, which means that you can guarantee that there will be the stress and drama of the playoffs - win the first round and lose in the second round 2-0 - book it!

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Post  trouble_n_stripes on 2020-03-07, 6:49 pm

fitz wrote:
trouble_n_stripes wrote:
fitz wrote:Those that live by the last second goal, die by the last second goal - really disappointing result - that was 3 points thrown away when we could've made some ground up on Rotherham - I dont see anyone catching Coventry - playoffs here we come (again)
I would say automatic is all but gone, but playoffs aren't a certainty!

It's Sunderland, which means that you can guarantee that there will be the stress and drama of the playoffs - win the first round and lose in the second round 2-0 - book it!
Is promotion from league 1 a good thing? All promoted sides last season are bottom three as it stands.
So there must be a big gap between league 1 and the Championship.
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Post  fitz on 2020-03-08, 7:25 pm

trouble_n_stripes wrote:
fitz wrote:
trouble_n_stripes wrote:
fitz wrote:Those that live by the last second goal, die by the last second goal - really disappointing result - that was 3 points thrown away when we could've made some ground up on Rotherham - I dont see anyone catching Coventry - playoffs here we come (again)
I would say automatic is all but gone, but playoffs aren't a certainty!

It's Sunderland, which means that you can guarantee that there will be the stress and drama of the playoffs - win the first round and lose in the second round 2-0 - book it!
Is promotion from league 1 a good thing? All promoted sides last season are bottom three as it stands.
So there must be a big gap between league 1 and the Championship.

I don't think it would be a good thing unless the sale goes through and we get some serious investment (i.e. tens of millions sort of level)

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Post  barrowmackem on 2020-03-09, 3:22 pm

Ive no burning desire for SAFC to get up. I enjoyed Saturday as much as any premiership game.

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