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Sunderland
0 - 0
Wolves

Premier League

Stadium Of Light

14th April

Attendance: 37,476

Referee: Mike Jones

SunderlandWolves
Simon Mignolet     Wayne Hennessey    
Phillip Bardsley     Anthony Forde     61
Michael Turner     Richard Stearman    
Matthew Kilgallon     Christophe Berra    
Kieran Richardson     Stephen Ward    
Sebastian Larsson     Michael Kightly     76
Craig Gardner     78 David Davis    
Jack Colback     Karl Henry    
James McClean     Steven Fletcher    
Nicklas Bendtner     Kevin Foley     82
Stephane Sessegnon     Sylvan Ebanks-Blake    
Substitutes
Keiren Westwood     Dorus De Vries    
Wayne Bridge     David Edwards     76
Fraizer Campbell     78 Roger Johnson    
David Vaughan     Matthew Jarvis     61
Dong-Won Ji     Eggert Jonsson    
David Meyler     Ronald Zubar     82
Sotirios Kyrgiakos     Kevin Doyle    
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
12
6
On Target
8
8
Corners
4
4
Fouls
11
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
49
%
51

Writer:Akela
Date:Saturday April 14 2012
Time: 5:14PM

Comments

0
Well done lads. A good effort all round- could have won it.
winstonsmith84
14/04/2012 20:50:00
0
..and not just it, WS84, but quite a few of the games since TC took over. Just occurred to me: could it be that someone put a spell....some magician...?
lovesW
15/04/2012 06:15:00
0
Whether we'd have been relegated with Merlin still in situ will be debated for years to come; we can be sure of that, lovesW. I think what we've seen since his sacking, is the team playing under pretty much the same instruction minus the fight he instilled in them.Maybe the team would have been more 'scared' of facing him after some of the performances they've turned in under TC,or maybe that's just revising the past (we we're being thumped most weeks WITH Mick, afterall). As for the Sunderland match,the same old sloppy pass in midfield and at the back was putting us under unnecessary (and self-inflicted) pressure and at the other end of the pitch, we had nobody to supply a killer pass; it either went backwards or sideways. Sounds all too familiar now. Sunderland we're in 'we're safe' mode and their minds appeared to be on the proverbial beach.But still, a point is better than none; a clean sheet (bed pi**ers have had more of them than us!); Davis is definitely someone to look forward to next season;we DIDN'T trouble the record books; I managed to get a completely faultless stream of the whole match via ESPN Ireland's coverage, with the added bonus of Brian Little as co-comm.All-in-all a few bright points and i'll take them wherever I can find them.
winstonsmith84
16/04/2012 09:08:00
0
*Setanta's coverage*, I should have said.
winstonsmith84
16/04/2012 09:13:00
0
£7m for Roger Johnson. I saw this coming. Relegated well deserved.
foreign_viewer
16/04/2012 14:14:00
0
I believe it was closer to £4 million - but we were still robbed. The hope is that along with Jarbo Fletch et al, we also somehow get shot of johnson, stearman, ohara and hunt - all of whom are overrated/useless and need getting rid.
AdMant
16/04/2012 15:55:00
0
The most imporant signing we need to make for next season is a manager, I believe we will have a squad capable of pushing for Promotion even if we lose Jarvis, Fletch and co... Up Front: SEB, Vokes, Griffiths .... Midfield 4 from Kightly, Hammil, Mendez-Laing? Henry, Milijas, Edwards, Davis, Forde.... Defence 4 from Ward, Bath, Cradock Berra Zubes Foley... Swansea and Norwich have both shown that you dont need world class overpaid goons to get it right ... WE ARE YOUNG HUNGRY WOLVES !!
AdMant
16/04/2012 16:13:00
0
Absolutely agree on the most important signing of the coming close season, AdMant. A manager with a ready-made backroom staff would be the ideal. I think Curbs has done far too much yapping to be given another interview and I still maintain that (without Curbishley in the frame) Bruce is the stand-out candidate from the names that were mentioned when Mick left.If Bruce had been given more time with the new signings he made at Sunderland, i've no doubt they'd have stayed in the PL just as comfortably as they look like doing under MO'N. Martin isn't the messiah, he's a very lucky boy.
winstonsmith84
16/04/2012 19:56:00
0
Agreed WS84, though charisma and ability to motivate cannot be underestimated... just as MoN inherited the nucleus of a good squad, it needed someone to get them to gel. I will be calling for an all out apology from Morgan and Moxey - until then I will be inciting anti-board rhetoric, they need accept culpability for this mess. Moxey Out, Scouse Out !
AdMant
17/04/2012 11:33:00
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