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Nice win. And good news about the sale of Berahino. Perhaps, we can invest the money in a good full-back?
As usual no comments from Albion fans, I wonder why BBC ? perhaps Because you are so Biased (sp) in your Comments from match of the Day to every other word you print. about Albion and I can see several other teams. Get some new pundits/reporters or just let other genuine football fans do the football commentary.
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Sunderland just not doing it and don't look like they have a 4 or 5 game unbeaten run in them.Moyes hasn't got what it takes either. Plenty of points to play for but the two teams that looked worse off than SAFC have just appointed new managers a seem to be stabilising.Bottom of the table fight looks more interesting than the top.
A comment about the Baggies - well run club on the up, Pullis has had similar cash as Big Sam and Moyes, I know which one I'd rather have, anti Pullis, long ball Land of Giant nonsense hasn't been heard recently................
Moyes is proving what a rubbish manager he is, he got lucky at Everton and has subsequently been found out.
What must be most galling for the Mackems is the thought that the Toon will more than likely replace them in the Premier League; cue smug Rafa
Just back from watching SAFC - we were poor 1st half and the game was lost then. Give young Joel Asoro a chance Moyes. Honeyman did okay today - lot of energy and he didn't look any worse than Rodwell and Januzji@26 - so no comment at all about the game - just negative garbageSAFC ROCK - ALWAYS
Rubbish performance from Sunderland again. Clueless. Equally clueless manager Moyes. Even more clueless chairman who would rather watch the team be a laughing stock and go down than spend some cash. We are doomed. It's not moyes' fault. Ellis short out. He's ruining our beloved club. He's more like the Steptoes than a caring chairman. Sell up - get out - good riddance. We won't miss you. Very sad
About time the perennial relegation battlers go down. I can't help thinking that if they do, they won't come back up. Here's hoping! :-D
Stick with Moyes is my advice. He will get you somewhere near where you want to be but it will take him 5 years, it would take anybody five years, don't think there is any sort of instant answer, there isn't. Sunderland are a mess from their academy to the first XI, recruitment process, the whole shambles. Could do worse that look at how WBA go about their business for starters.
Moyes just has to be given more time to sort out the problems at Sunderland. He's a great manager and motivator. Lets all get behind him.Sunderland will not be goin doon!
When their result against Everton condemned us to relegation last season they let their delight turn to delusion. They hadn't suddenly become good. They confirmed they were slightly less rubbish than the teams that went down. They were still awful. If they go down there will be no quick return as Villa and Norwich are finding out. No guarantee yet for us either.
Can't help but feel Sunderland should look at their neighbours and accept that going down might be the best thing for them.Get rid of some of the dead weight and, barring silly decisions, come back up stronger.The championships a difficult league but it has to be better than constantly staying in the prem by the skin of their teeth.I'm sure the fans would have a better time as well.
I still think Sunderland will stay up, Hull will go and Big Sam's Palace will go , so its really between us and Swansea and I have to say Swansea look terrible and got lucky today ! We will stay up and Moyes will have us a top six team in 3 years !
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