18/19 EFL Trophy - Sunderland (A) Match Thread

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09 Oct 2018 18:45 #1 by BoardAdmin

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09 Oct 2018 19:12 #2 by nobbyblue
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Only five subs. Bare bones springs to mind!

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09 Oct 2018 19:17 #3 by seesaw50
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Big stadium (game) for McCarron

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09 Oct 2018 19:19 #4 by paddockite
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nobbyblue wrote: Only five subs. Bare bones springs to mind!


Six.

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09 Oct 2018 19:52 #5 by CCU

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09 Oct 2018 20:10 #6 by seesaw50
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Nadesan 1-1

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09 Oct 2018 20:30 - 09 Oct 2018 20:32 #7 by seesaw50
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Come on then, who else is listening apart from seesaw?

It's not being a scab by listening...is it

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09 Oct 2018 20:32 #8 by munchymagic
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Yeah, me too - Campbell sounds shite.

No wonder he doesn't get any games.
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09 Oct 2018 20:33 - 09 Oct 2018 21:11 #9 by seesaw50
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Miller poor..McGeady toying with him

Edit .... But so he should be!

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09 Oct 2018 20:38 #10 by munchymagic
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Folk got fairly excited when we signed Miller as well.
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09 Oct 2018 20:41 #11 by seesaw50
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Would like to see Adewusi come on Slater hasn't had a mention ..not much in the bench

Morecambe and Stoke drawing 1-1

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09 Oct 2018 20:59 #12 by Dancingbear
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I’m listening as well. Wouldn’t be too harsh on Miller against McGeady though.

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09 Oct 2018 21:11 #13 by seesaw50
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No ....funny he's still at Sunderland imo

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09 Oct 2018 21:33 #14 by newcarlislefan
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Yes, I'm listening. If I can't get to a game I find as I get older I actually prefer listening to games much of the time rather than watching them on the telly.
It's a shame Mike Ingham isn't around anymore as I liked him on 5Live recently and I used to love Peter Jones.
I know JP isn't universally popular but I enjoy listening to him and Lummy.
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09 Oct 2018 21:38 #15 by seesaw50
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Comprehensively beat unfortunately.
Need to beat Stoke to go through

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09 Oct 2018 22:12 #16 by lbtufty

newcarlislefan wrote: Yes, I'm listening. If I can't get to a game I find as I get older I actually prefer listening to games much of the time rather than watching them on the telly.
It's a shame Mike Ingham isn't around anymore as I liked him on 5Live recently and I used to love Peter Jones.
I know JP isn't universally popular but I enjoy listening to him and Lummy.


It's a shame that some of the best are no longer around for the next generation to enjoy. You'd be hard pressed to find a better analyst than Jimmy Armfield, every bit as sharp in mind as any man in his prime even when working into his 80s.

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09 Oct 2018 22:52 - 09 Oct 2018 22:55 #17 by nobbyblue
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As a young lad I would listen to Radio 2 on a Saturday afternoon writing down the scorer/ scorers as they went in. As mentioned it was Peter Jones, Brian Butler and later Alan Parry (who is still going now).

I didnt have many friends!
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10 Oct 2018 00:05 #18 by Urban Designer
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They still gave Carlisle the shit seats!

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10 Oct 2018 07:40 #19 by carwash

munchymagic wrote: Yeah, me too - Campbell sounds shite.

No wonder he doesn't get any games.


Campbell was absolutely woeful last night. He has shown in the past that he is a good little footballer but his confidence looks totally shot. A quick return to Morecambe looks on tbe cards for January.
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10 Oct 2018 09:20 - 10 Oct 2018 09:21 #20 by seesaw50
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Heard them say in commentary he'd gone up top ....not his game surely. Don't want to criticise players for lacking in stature, but we had a few in the team last night...they have to do so much more to make up for lack of strength as well as height.
He's shown what he can do, maybe just not his night.

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10 Oct 2018 15:00 #21 by Wukkie
I honestly forgot we were even playing until looked at the football scores on teletext at night. That's how much interest I have in this competition.

That crowd is hugely disappointing also in that there were that many there.

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10 Oct 2018 19:56 #22 by Urban Designer
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Did Sunderland play a strong team or their youth/reserves?

Do we still get 10k or is that for just a win?

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10 Oct 2018 20:47 #23 by CCU
It was Sunderland first team, though they had a number out through International call-ups and injury...

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11 Oct 2018 11:05 #24 by jakeyblain
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I went to the game with a friend who is a Sunderland fan. He was saying 5 of their players who started play week in week out and the rest were fringe players drafted in because they only had 16 available players due to injuries and internationals. I counted we had 6 of the starting XI from Saturday in the starting line up so a bit of rotation from us as well.

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11 Oct 2018 11:12 - 11 Oct 2018 11:15 #25 by seesaw50
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I was on about this the other day on here..i thought clubs had to field at least 6 regular first teamers, then read that the 2016/17 EFL competition rules say EFL teams have to field their strongest team..... I'd say Sunderland played their strongest team available, while maybe we didn't, although we fielded 6 regular players.

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11 Oct 2018 12:58 - 11 Oct 2018 12:59 #26 by nobbyblue
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seesaw50 wrote: I was on about this the other day on here..i thought clubs had to field at least 6 regular first teamers, then read that the 2016/17 EFL competition rules say EFL teams have to field their strongest team..... I'd say Sunderland played their strongest team available, while maybe we didn't, although we fielded 6 regular players.


Who knows what their strongest team is?
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11 Oct 2018 13:24 #27 by pie

nobbyblue wrote:

seesaw50 wrote: I was on about this the other day on here..i thought clubs had to field at least 6 regular first teamers, then read that the 2016/17 EFL competition rules say EFL teams have to field their strongest team..... I'd say Sunderland played their strongest team available, while maybe we didn't, although we fielded 6 regular players.


Who knows what their strongest team is?


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12 Oct 2018 10:15 #28 by cufcmike
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Does anyone have any idea who played Nadesan in for our goal? Camera man was crap!

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12 Oct 2018 12:11 #29 by jakeyblain
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Yeah it was Gillesphey
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