Sunderland in the Championship 2017/2018

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Stockport mackem, 27 Jun 2017.

  1. Tbilisi

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    Getting bricked at Leeds after Donachie scored
    Sad to see, great club and fans. Hope Coleman sorts it out I really do.
     
  2. inchy14

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    stunned, dazed and still can't quite believe it!!
    So why isn't he in a job now? If he's such a fantastic manager how come no 'large' club has ever been interested?
     
  3. Thekinkygoat

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    Because he's shit?
     
  4. Lancet Fluke

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    Time line slightly wrong. He got the England job after Sunderland and Palace was after England. I understand why people don't like Allardyce and why people criticise his style of football but people who say he's a shit manager are ridiculous IMO. And he's currently not employed by choice and anyone who thinks he wouldn't be top of quite a few Prem teams' lists should they need a manager are equally ridiculous. He does what he does incredibly well and rarely, if ever, fails.
     
  5. Southern

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    Played some good football when he had decent practice players at Bolton

     
  6. wahablue

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    Best wishes to Stockport Machem,great win today.H,pool lost ,Magpies lost,Boro lost.The only North East winner is .Sunderland.
     
  7. Stockport mackem

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    I thank you kind sir...me and the kids are unsure how to celebrate...we are more in shock haha.

    3rd off bottom in November represents progress...we are usually bottom
     
  8. wahablue

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    That Prosecco you have in the fridge for Christmas will do nicely.little acorns and all that,it’s a start,enjoy.
     
  9. Pam

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    I hope today's result will be a turning point for Sunderland.
     
  10. worsleyweb

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    Yes agreed. Nothing but respect for them. Well done Chris Coleman.
     

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