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« Reply #300 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 16:46:12 »

I think Sunderland always had enough to beat us today, but, if it wasn't for the complete brain fade from Baudry and then Grounds being far too quick to dive in, who knows.  The second half was a pretty even game, we certainly do not look out of our depth and against lesser teams we create a fair bit still.  How to stop the stupidity though?

Donohue and Smith down the left should be our go to for as many games as we can make it happen.  Smith is a bit hit and miss, but looks very good when he is a hit.  Donohue grew into the game today - always looked a threat but really looked comfortable second half.  The right side needs a fit Caddis or Hunt.  M Smith looks classy, Grant looking a bit leggy at this level though.  Overall, there are still positives.
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« Reply #301 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 16:46:51 »

Kovar - Nothing he could do for the goals.
Donahue - Best performance so far
Grounds  - Solid. One mistake for penalty. Unlucky not to score.
Baudry - Performance littered with mistakes.
Odimayo - My MOTM. Played well. Did nowt wrong.
Hunt - Did ok. Wasn't poor but sacrificed for creativity.
Grant - Breaks up play but offers nothing else.
MSmith - Played well but passing a bit off today.
T Smith - Ran his socks off
DJ - Surprised he went off. Inconsistent but wouldn't have sacrificed.
Stevens - Pace but poor touch, passing and shooting
J Smith - Looks tricky. Better when going outside. Runs inside into trouble and seems to blast the ball at people.
Hope - Offered none! Should have done better when clean through.
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« Reply #302 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 16:49:22 »

Yep unbelievable reffing.

Ref in favour of the big club shocker.
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« Reply #303 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 16:51:22 »

Lyden for Grant when fit?

Odimayo for Baudry now

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« Reply #304 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 16:53:01 »

Kovar - Nothing he could do for the goals.
Donahue - Best performance so far
Grounds  - Solid. One mistake for penalty. Unlucky not to score.
Baudry - Performance littered with mistakes.
Odimayo - My MOM. Played well. Did nowt wrong.
Hunt - Did ok. Wasn't poor but sacrificed for creativity.
Grant - Breaks up play but offers nothing else.
MSmith - Played well but passing a bit off today.
T Smith - Ran his socks off
DJ - Surprised he went off. Inconsistent but wouldn't have sacrificed.
Stevens - Pace but poor touch, passing and shooting
J Smith - Looks tricky. Better when going outside. Runs inside into trouble and seems to blast the ball at people.
Hope - Offered none! Should have done better when clean through.

No mention for motm Payne (for me anyway). Wink
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« Reply #305 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 16:56:45 »

No mention for motm Payne (for me anyway). Wink
Ooops!
Payne - Tried hard. Couple of great deliveries and mazy runs. But ran into trouble in the box time and again. Buzzed around often with little success.
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« Reply #306 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:06:01 »

Tommy Wright doing the post match..
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« Reply #307 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:07:13 »

Tommy Wright doing the post match..

Yep not impressed with Wellens shirking Friday and now post match.
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« Reply #308 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:08:04 »

Perhaps he has Salford a lot on his mind
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« Reply #309 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:09:35 »

he's got a headache (Wellens)
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« Reply #310 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:11:49 »

he's got a headache (Wellens)
He’s acting very odd at the moment...
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« Reply #311 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:14:19 »

Wright (rather than Wellans)
- How frustrating? Sunderland more organised and street wise
- Gave bad goal away
- Better second half
- Young players need a bit of help from seniors
- Sunderland have a lot of top players
- First half defended well but we werent a threat
- Wide players gave us a bigger threat
- Penalty was disappointing
- Everyione disappointed, but a lot of positives
- Hunt had a sore back
- DJ wasnt working for him, but he'll come right
- Ongoing occurrance that we arent getting rub of the green
- Not blaming that for defeat
- Need to stop giving goals away and get our shooting boots on
- They were big, physical and experienced
- Tyler: Isolated but did well
- Hope gave physical threat. With wingers it gave us a bit more
- Tried to bring players in but for whatever reason it didnt happen
- Got good players. Need to get a couple back. We'll be ok
- Enough depth? Yes, when everyone's fit. But they arent.
- Wellens has headache which is why he's not turned out for the radio interview
- Salford: Wright hasnt heard anything. There are 1000 rumours in football every day
- Things turn quickly in football.
- Wright said he has lots of experience of this type of situation and is feeling very positive.
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« Reply #312 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:14:36 »

Manager has to be prepared to face up to questioning. Ditching last night and today is not good.
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« Reply #313 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:15:32 »

He was sounding frustrated in preseason and into the season.

Not sure what to make of the last 2 no shows. Very easy to misread things though
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« Reply #314 on: Saturday, October 17, 2020, 17:18:45 »

It all adds credence to the rumours doesn't it. It'd be easy enough for him to scotch them if he wanted to. He isn't.
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