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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by RTB, Oct 17, 2019.
We're staying in High Wycombe after the game to celebrate the new era
It's a new dawn, its a new day, it's new life, and I'm feeling fiiiiiiine.........
(Keep the takeover info coming, it's much appreciated)
Aye he’s a great impact sub..........for one game then he’s injured again.......made of twiglets.
0-3 to the lads, haway
How are you feeling going into Saturday’s game?
Confident of a good reaction from the players to the sacking of Ross?
Do you think it’s been a short week for Parkinson to make any impact on the team?
Wycombe are going great at the moment so a bad time to play them?
What’s your thoughts/views/scoreline predictions on how the game goes?
THAT Haig must be the Bee"s knees, bloody hell a clean sheet and Grigg to score. He would struggle to score in the Bigg Market on Friday or Saturday night with a fifty quid note wrapped round his bell-end
McNulty and Ozturk
4-0 wyke hat trick mcgeady other
Hopefully a strong ref, I'm going for a streaky 1-2, Maguire and Willis
I'm going for a 1-3 scoreline. Gooch, Grigg and Watmore to score in injury time. Come on LADS!!!!!!
0-1 / 1-1 / 1-2 (80min) / 1-3 (91min)
Phil Parkinson will take charge of his first game as Sunderland manger this weekend at Wycombe Wanderers.
Less than 48 hours after walking through the door at the Stadium of Light, the 51-year-old will face Wycombe who sit second in League One.
With the trip no less than 550 miles, Parkinson faces a relentless start to life as manager which includes five games in just 14 days and travel distance that totals more than 1,500 miles on the road.
Succeeding Jack Ross, who left the club last Tuesday, Parkinson will look to get off to a strong start after Sunderland lost their last league game at Lincoln City 2-0 prior to the international break.
Despite losing just twice this campaign, the Black Cats slipped to ninth in the league standings last weekend as other sides played their scheduled fixture.
Sunderland now have two games in hand on Oxford and Blackpool above them while four other sides in the upper reaches of the league have also played more times.
Having enjoyed three successful promotion campaigns during his career, Parkinson will no doubt draw on that experience straight away as he looks to ensure Sunderland achieve their goal this term.
Standing in his way of a good start though, is Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe. Sitting in the second automatic berth as things stand, the Chairboys are enjoying a fine campaign at present after securing safety in League One last term.
Wanderers have lost just once in the league after 12 games – a run which has seen them take points off promotion hopefuls Fleetwood Town, Portsmouth and Peterborough United.
Despite being held against Accrington Stanley and AFC Wimbledon, Wycombe’s consistent points haul has seen them bring in just under two points per game.
Veteran frontman Adebayo Akinfenwa has been Wanderers’ leading man, with five goals from 12 appearances, while Joe Jacobson and Fred Onyedinma have contributed four apiece.
Win 2-1. Think we will concede a goal
I mean, he scored in his very last game, but let’s not go focusing on positives or owt....
As he’s injured I’m gonna change second scorer to Watmore, cos that would be poetic after last season.
Any win will do, but I wouldn't be too upset with a draw.
What - Is W. Gulick injured?
I heard he was and therefore not in the squad. I haven’t seen owt official like.
Does anyone know why he is called that on my Google alerts thing?
Because they are yanks and don't have a clue about football............. ooh