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January 19, 2019, 10:59:18 PM
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Feels a bit like that doesn't it. Out thought tactically again. Although I use the term loosely.


January 19, 2019, 11:03:29 PM
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Feels a bit like that doesn't it. Out thought tactically again. Although I use the term loosely.

I've seen nothing yet to suggest he can set up a team for different opponents. In game management consists of throwing forwards on when losing or defenders on when winning it's not exactly groundbreaking.
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January 19, 2019, 11:04:57 PM
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The plan generally seems to be to pass it slowly across the backline, and either launch it to a striker who isn’t a striker, or gradually work it out wide to cross to that same striker who isn’t a striker and a no.10 that is neither in the box nor tracking back when the opposition inevitably breaks with the ball that they’ve easily recovered from our predictable attempt at an attack.
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January 19, 2019, 11:12:54 PM
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Cba discussing this fella any longer to be honest. Had enough if buts and maybes.

For me, its on him to make a case for himself between now and the summer as I’d personally be looking for the next guy now.
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January 19, 2019, 11:26:00 PM
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Cba discussing this fella any longer to be honest. Had enough if buts and maybes.

For me, its on him to make a case for himself between now and the summer as I’d personally be looking for the next guy now.

I have to agree.  I was neutral about his appointment but he hasn't cut it for me...he has had money to spend and to be fair he has bought well,  but he hasn't bought wisely.  We really don't seem to have any backbone and we haven't got a reliable striker, major failings

January 19, 2019, 11:36:25 PM
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January 19, 2019, 11:38:09 PM
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The plan generally seems to be to pass it slowly across the backline, and either launch it to a striker who isn’t a striker, or gradually work it out wide to cross to that same striker who isn’t a striker and a no.10 that is neither in the box nor tracking back when the opposition inevitably breaks with the ball that they’ve easily recovered from our predictable attempt at an attack.

Has anyone seen that Sunderland documentary on Netflix and the bits with Simon Grayson? Its all positive and they are dead sure his previous style, methods and attitude will infect Sunderland with a bit of class and take them back into the Premier League? Yet it all goes drastically wrong. The same with Chris Coleman. 

I think we need a reality check.
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January 19, 2019, 11:50:00 PM
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Has anyone seen that Sunderland documentary on Netflix and the bits with Simon Grayson? Its all positive and they are dead sure his previous style, methods and attitude will infect Sunderland with a bit of class and take them back into the Premier League? Yet it all goes drastically wrong. The same with Chris Coleman. 

I think we need a reality check.

Sunderland?  lolol c'mon now, settle down

January 20, 2019, 12:15:45 AM
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Has anyone seen that Sunderland documentary on Netflix and the bits with Simon Grayson? Its all positive and they are dead sure his previous style, methods and attitude will infect Sunderland with a bit of class and take them back into the Premier League? Yet it all goes drastically wrong. The same with Chris Coleman. 

I think we need a reality check.

I think you need a reality check mate.
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January 20, 2019, 12:23:22 AM
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Has anyone seen that Sunderland documentary on Netflix and the bits with Simon Grayson? Its all positive and they are dead sure his previous style, methods and attitude will infect Sunderland with a bit of class and take them back into the Premier League? Yet it all goes drastically wrong. The same with Chris Coleman. 

I think we need a reality check.

I was gonna watch that tonight but I might take a raincheck.

In all seriousness, though, @Thomas we aren’t going to be Sunderland; getting Brands in, and now on the board has convinced me we are going in the right direction.
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January 20, 2019, 12:26:16 AM
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Has anyone seen that Sunderland documentary on Netflix and the bits with Simon Grayson? Its all positive and they are dead sure his previous style, methods and attitude will infect Sunderland with a bit of class and take them back into the Premier League? Yet it all goes drastically wrong. The same with Chris Coleman. 

I think we need a reality check.
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January 20, 2019, 12:26:48 AM
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I was gonna watch that tonight but I might take a raincheck.

In all seriousness, though, @Thomas we aren’t going to be Sunderland; getting Brands in, and now on the board has convinced me we are going in the right direction.

I was more referring to the Grayson appointment mate.

i.e. seen as the perfect man for the perfect time. The fact it was Sunderland is irrelevant.

They soon found out he hadn't been at that level of club before and it didn't work.
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January 20, 2019, 12:34:19 AM
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Has anyone seen that Sunderland documentary on Netflix and the bits with Simon Grayson? Its all positive and they are dead sure his previous style, methods and attitude will infect Sunderland with a bit of class and take them back into the Premier League? Yet it all goes drastically wrong. The same with Chris Coleman. 

I think we need a reality check.

Ridiculous comparison, you're trying to hard now

January 20, 2019, 12:39:33 AM
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Ive beeen out all day so no idea how we played....did we deserve to lose again?

January 20, 2019, 12:39:41 AM
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Ridiculous comparison, you're trying to hard now

I don't think he's making a comparison; just pointing out that all new managers benefit from an 'Emperor's new clothes' syndrome.