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EASILY ??????

Reg, is the Everton you watch on the bloody Playstation?

No games for us are EASY!

We've got a dodgy defence and no bite up front so what we need is LUCK.

We've not had much of that so far this season so it's back to basics for us I reckon.

Get 'em back to 4-5-1 and we might stop the rot.

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hmmmm if Sunderland ever thought they could win a second game in the premier league then this weekend would be it.

Yes i agree........

 

And given the parsuty of our squad who the hell will play?? :lol:

 

Teflon on the right hand side of midfield?

 

Couldnt be any worse i suppose.

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I expect the team for this game will be

 

Martyn

Hibbo, Koldrub (if fit if not Weir), Yobo, Valente

Osman, Davies, Cahill, Kilbane

Mcfadden, Beattie.

 

bench, Wright, Ferrari, Li Tie, Bent, no idea for the last space.

 

Half time bring on Bent on the right with his pace (or put Mcfadden on the eright) in place of Osman and continue the attacking football.

 

HAVE to go for 4-4-2 and attack can't play worried that the defence won't do there job (like we did in the Liverpool game). Get the ball out to the wing and cross the ball in. Also have to pass the ball instead of pumping up field for Beattie. Get the ball on the floor and pass it aroung.

 

Even with the injuries and bans we SHOULD be able to win this game. I think this will go a long way to deciding our future for the rest of the season.

 

Win and will give the lads the push they need to get another 3 points on Monday lose and they will start believing that they will be going down.

 

3 v 1 lose with PISTONE scoring

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If were struggling bring Li Tie on, he can't do any worse than anyone else out there and he's been sitting in his seat watching this shite for months now surely he must be more eager than anyone to get out there and show everyone that's he's up to the job of playing in the premiership!

 

Plus surely he won't get another work permit when his runs out seeing as he hasn't played in 2 years! He's also had only about 3 or 4 caps for China in that time due to injury!

 

I don't think he's that great but it'd be nice to see him again! he was one player that always seemed to give 100%.

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WRITE UP OF THE GAME...........UNBIASED.

 

Sunderland (0) 0 Everton (0) 1

 

"It's time to go McCarthy; you're rubbish," screamed a Sunderland fan at the final whistle and chairmen have been known to sack managers after performances as moribund as this. Indeed if Bob Murray finally decides that, even though relegation now looks inevitable, it could be worth finding a coach, who unlike Mick McCarthy, is into psychology, sports science and knows how to play the overseas transfer market to advantage, few would condemn him.

 

The former Ireland coach made the mistake of buying in bulk but neglecting to sign quality in the summer and it summed up Sunderland's season when Tim Cahill's 90th-minute header secured Everton a potentially precious win in their fight against relegation.

 

Not that David Moyes's struggling team were much better. "How bad was that,?" inquired one spectator of another as the half-time whistle blew and he certainly had a point. It was shocking stuff from two teams desperately short of confidence - Sunderland having won just once in the Premiership all season and Everton arriving on a losing streak which had seen them concede 11 goals in their previous three games - and, at times, almost comically error prone.

 

McCarthy had demanded that his Sunderland players act as "toughies not tarts" and they duly applied elbow grease to pursuing possession but an alarming lack of touch and guile once on the ball invariably saw them either swiftly lose it or use it wastefully.

 

 

 

Everton were similarly disappointing and watching James Beattie, his £6 m centre forward comfortably contained by central defenders as slow and shaky as Gary Breen and Steve Caldwell, it appears that Moyes has bought almost as badly, but far more expensively, than McCarthy.

 

Sunderland substitute Anthony Le Tallec forced Martyn into his first proper save of the afternoon in the 52nd minute. Shortly after that, Moyes had to be forcibly pulled back off the pitch after setting off in an an apparently incandescent stomp in the direction of his defence after Liam Lawrence was allowed to advance unchecked before shooting narrowly wide.

 

Suddenly, the force was with Sunderland and the luckless Jon Stead featured in two similarly fractionally off-target finishes before Moyes drew the sting from McCarthy's men by releasing Duncan Ferguson from the bench. The Scot not only won everything that came his way in the air but belatedly brought Beattie out of his shell.

 

Indeed, up until Ferguson's introduction Sunderland's Julio Arca and Danny Collins had arguably been the best individuals but the substitute's penchant for creating havoc paid off when Kevin Kilbane, late of Sunderland, swung in a 90th-minute corner and Ferguson's aerial decoy work enabled Cahill to head the winner.

 

Ironically although Moyes's men have been awarded more corners than any Premiership side this was only the third goal they have scored from such a set piece.

 

 

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DREADFULL, THIS IS A TEAM THATS HAD ONE WIN ALL SEASON. AND THE LAST TIME THEY WON AT HOME, KILBANE WAS IN THEIR SIDE !!, HOW BAD ARE THEY, AND THEY OUTPLAYED US.............no improvement in our play then.??

A VERY LUCKY WIN.

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WRITE UP OF THE GAME...........UNBIASED.

 

Sunderland (0) 0 Everton (0) 1

 

"It's time to go McCarthy; you're rubbish," screamed a Sunderland fan at the final whistle and chairmen have been known to sack managers after performances as moribund as this. Indeed if Bob Murray finally decides that, even though relegation now looks inevitable, it could be worth finding a coach, who unlike Mick McCarthy, is into psychology, sports science and knows how to play the overseas transfer market to advantage, few would condemn him.

 

The former Ireland coach made the mistake of buying in bulk but neglecting to sign quality in the summer and it summed up Sunderland's season when Tim Cahill's 90th-minute header secured Everton a potentially precious win in their fight against relegation.

 

Not that David Moyes's struggling team were much better. "How bad was that,?" inquired one spectator of another as the half-time whistle blew and he certainly had a point. It was shocking stuff from two teams desperately short of confidence - Sunderland having won just once in the Premiership all season and Everton arriving on a losing streak which had seen them concede 11 goals in their previous three games - and, at times, almost comically error prone.

 

McCarthy had demanded that his Sunderland players act as "toughies not tarts" and they duly applied elbow grease to pursuing possession but an alarming lack of touch and guile once on the ball invariably saw them either swiftly lose it or use it wastefully.

 

 

 

Everton were similarly disappointing and watching James Beattie, his £6 m centre forward comfortably contained by central defenders as slow and shaky as Gary Breen and Steve Caldwell, it appears that Moyes has bought almost as badly, but far more expensively, than McCarthy.

 

Sunderland substitute Anthony Le Tallec forced Martyn into his first proper save of the afternoon in the 52nd minute. Shortly after that, Moyes had to be forcibly pulled back off the pitch after setting off in an an apparently incandescent stomp in the direction of his defence after Liam Lawrence was allowed to advance unchecked before shooting narrowly wide.

 

Suddenly, the force was with Sunderland and the luckless Jon Stead featured in two similarly fractionally off-target finishes before Moyes drew the sting from McCarthy's men by releasing Duncan Ferguson from the bench. The Scot not only won everything that came his way in the air but belatedly brought Beattie out of his shell.

 

Indeed, up until Ferguson's introduction Sunderland's Julio Arca and Danny Collins had arguably been the best individuals but the substitute's penchant for creating havoc paid off when Kevin Kilbane, late of Sunderland, swung in a 90th-minute corner and Ferguson's aerial decoy work enabled Cahill to head the winner.

 

Ironically although Moyes's men have been awarded more corners than any Premiership side this was only the third goal they have scored from such a set piece.

 

 

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DREADFULL, THIS IS A TEAM THATS  HAD ONE WIN ALL SEASON. AND THE LAST TIME THEY WON AT HOME, KILBANE WAS IN THEIR SIDE !!, HOW BAD ARE THEY, AND THEY OUTPLAYED US.............no improvement in our play then.??

A VERY LUCKY WIN.

 

 

Sounds very much like it FFS.

 

I for one wont be wriggling my dangly bits after this scraped win against possibly the worst ever premiership side theres been.

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Gotta be happy with that at least.  But from what I've been reading, we're lucky to get the extra two points.

Having seen the "highlights" of the game on sky..sunderland where very unlucky to lose

 

But christ on a bike what a shite game ;)

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Wooo 3 points at last, we, by all account were rubbish, but its 3 points.

 

Well see what happens against Charlton, hopefully things might start to click. On the other hand it might just show us up for how crap we are, we'll see

 

When you look at the table, we are only 6 points from 10 place, but 3 points from the drop zone, so I think its going to be a long second half to the season

 

Wonder who we will get in the January Sales

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