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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by commachio1, Jan 11, 2017 at 12:57 PM.
Well whats the gen?
Wtf is drab Dave garna dee this time?
Find 11 fit and available players, then take it from there......
We are Stokes bogey team, so we should win.
That's what I'm clinging onto.
. We are not doing to well here.
Bony is at ACON, not that he's done anything this season.
Biram Diouff also at ACON.
Should be Crouch and Walters for them.
I'd rather they were playing Bony, tbh.
His mentality changed at City to that of a mercenary, like most of them do who end up there, he can't be arsed now by the looks of him.
Great powerful striker at Swansea.
Similar team out as we had against Burnley perhaps Jones for Manquillo and Big Vic up front with JD
Borini on bench
Dour Dave will decide
I have no idea who is fit or not. Losing track.
Agree with every word, mate.
I was screaming for him to come here for a good year before he left Arnhem. You could see he was a beast who would be successful over here.
Rodwell, Delph, Sinclair. There's loads who would more than likely have had very good careers if they just stayed at the level where they could make an impact, instead of getting ideas above their station.
Stick Adam Johnson in there as well, the lad was a real star in the making and he went there and got a bloated head. I wonder how his career and life would have panned out had he went to somewhere like Spurs instead.
Them and WBA are there for the taking so we need to, Spurs at home then the big one Palace away. 10 points from them 4 games will do me.
As long as we stop Joe Allan ripping us a new arsehole again i think we are more than capable of getting a result here.
Well they haven't beat us in about 15 attempts at home. Surely that means something
Let's be clear about things here, they just lost at home to Wolves with a very strong team out.
Anything less than 3 points for you is a miserable failure.
That's a bit strong, mate. We've got about 11 players unavailable against Stoke, at least half of them are first team players. I'd hardly call it a miserable failure, if we don't win.
Just because a team has an off day, that doesn't mean we should then beat them. Football doesn't work like that.
I'd say it was a miserable failure.
So after Liverpool limped to a draw against an under strength Sunderland team, if you don't beat them, that's going to be classed as a miserable failure?
We should be pounding on them at Old Trafford.
Best logic ever.