MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

by 3points » 14 Apr 2018 17:11

Edwards was really poor today.

Swift pretty decent

Barrow - been said before but really lacks an end product. Must have been three occasions in he last 15 minutes when all he had to do was pick a decent pass to an unmarked player

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

by NewCorkSeth » 14 Apr 2018 17:20

marlowuk wrote:And we had 6 shots on target!

Please don't quote him. We went through this with Dave_Royal. Just don't quote him so the rest of us who have him blocked don't have to put up with him trolling every post.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

by NewCorkSeth » 14 Apr 2018 17:23

3points wrote:Edwards was really poor today.

Swift pretty decent

Barrow - been said before but really lacks an end product. Must have been three occasions in he last 15 minutes when all he had to do was pick a decent pass to an unmarked player

Greed on the first 2 points but as usual your 3rd is a little lacking. Barrow fluffed the header at the far post due to the sun so I cant hold that against him but his crosses (particularly the one after the quick free kick by Swift to Blackett) were the right choices but our players in the box showed a complete lack of anticipation basically running in tandem. Spread out boys.

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by Royal_jimmy » 14 Apr 2018 17:24

Probably just about a fair result in the end. If we can nick a win at Hillsborough next week then we will be pretty much safe

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

by Jagermesiter1871 » 14 Apr 2018 17:26

NewCorkSeth wrote:
3points wrote:Edwards was really poor today.

Swift pretty decent

Barrow - been said before but really lacks an end product. Must have been three occasions in he last 15 minutes when all he had to do was pick a decent pass to an unmarked player

Greed on the first 2 points but as usual your 3rd is a little lacking. Barrow fluffed the header at the far post due to the sun so I cant hold that against him but his crosses (particularly the one after the quick free kick by Swift to Blackett) were the right choices but our players in the box showed a complete lack of anticipation basically running in tandem. Spread out boys.


That's not the first time you've said that is it?


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

by NewCorkSeth » 14 Apr 2018 17:27

Jagermesiter1871 wrote:
NewCorkSeth wrote:
3points wrote:Edwards was really poor today.

Swift pretty decent

Barrow - been said before but really lacks an end product. Must have been three occasions in he last 15 minutes when all he had to do was pick a decent pass to an unmarked player

Greed on the first 2 points but as usual your 3rd is a little lacking. Barrow fluffed the header at the far post due to the sun so I cant hold that against him but his crosses (particularly the one after the quick free kick by Swift to Blackett) were the right choices but our players in the box showed a complete lack of anticipation basically running in tandem. Spread out boys.


That's not the first time you've said that is it?

:wink:
Caught me.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

by 3points » 14 Apr 2018 17:27

NewCorkSeth wrote:
3points wrote:Edwards was really poor today.

Swift pretty decent

Barrow - been said before but really lacks an end product. Must have been three occasions in he last 15 minutes when all he had to do was pick a decent pass to an unmarked player

Greed on the first 2 points but as usual your 3rd is a little lacking. Barrow fluffed the header at the far post due to the sun so I cant hold that against him but his crosses (particularly the one after the quick free kick by Swift to Blackett) were the right choices but our players in the box showed a complete lack of anticipation basically running in tandem. Spread out boys.

The one to Swift made Swift stop his run and was effectively behind him. The later one he pulled it back behind the oncoming bodvarsson and kermogant. For me the man on the ball has to pick the pass when he’s got that much time.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

by NewCorkSeth » 14 Apr 2018 17:29

3points wrote:
NewCorkSeth wrote:
3points wrote:Edwards was really poor today.

Swift pretty decent

Barrow - been said before but really lacks an end product. Must have been three occasions in he last 15 minutes when all he had to do was pick a decent pass to an unmarked player

Greed on the first 2 points but as usual your 3rd is a little lacking. Barrow fluffed the header at the far post due to the sun so I cant hold that against him but his crosses (particularly the one after the quick free kick by Swift to Blackett) were the right choices but our players in the box showed a complete lack of anticipation basically running in tandem. Spread out boys.

The one to Swift made Swift stop his run and was effectively behind him. The later one he pulled it back behind the oncoming bodvarsson and kermogant. For me the man on the ball has to pick the pass when he’s got that much time.

The second one is the one I think he played a better ball for. Both Kermie and JDB were running too close together, on the same latitude (if that makes sense) one should have had the sense to hold their run so that one defender could mark a cross for both of them.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Sunderland (h) sponsored by more than 1 shot on target please boys

by marlowuk » 14 Apr 2018 17:34

3points wrote:
3points wrote:Edwards was really poor today.

He was shocking. Gave away countless .... fouls all game.

12 of our 14 fouls listed on the BBC site were attributed to specific players and only 1 was attributed to Dave Edwards. I'm not saying he had a good game though!!


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by Ascotexgunner » 14 Apr 2018 19:09

Well, it was only a point, at least we were entertained.
Both sides were poor and Sunderland would have been out of sight at half time with the chances they scuffed. But when it looked like only one side was gonna win it (and it wasn't us) I was happy to take a point at the end.

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