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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
PostPosted: Sun Sep 24, 2017 11:12 pm 
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Ouch 2-0 down to Blades after 15 mins.


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Ouch 2-4 down to Blades after 90 mins.


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 11:05 am 
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Cardiff V Leeds tomorrow - both on 20 points and both won on the weekend so should be an interesting clash.


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Ouch 2-4 down to Blades after 90 mins.


The posts on Owls forum sites non too compimentary about the club retaining Carvalhal at the end of last season. To be honest our game plan is far too predictable and we still lack a true play maker in the midfield.


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Can't wait to hear o-o complaining about the offside.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Wow great win 3-0 win over Leeds could easily have been 6-1.


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Definitely 6-0
Fletcher should of scored and Lee's goal wasn't off side

Nice strike by Lee


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Wow great win 3-0 win over Leeds could easily have been 6-1.


Sheffield United easily the best side in Yorkshire then. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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ozzie owl wrote:
Wow great win 3-0 win over Leeds could easily have been 6-1.


Besides playing ok for the first 15 minutes in both halves we were very poor, probably the worst I have seen Leeds play. :(

On that performance we will be lucky to be a mid table side.

But well played to Wednesday :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:04 am 
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Millwall, cardiff and now a yorkshire derby.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:22 am 
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Millwall, cardiff and now a yorkshire derby.


yeh ok don't rub it in - its a slippery slope and we are on it. :roll:

This will test the new coach out and the players to see if they have what it takes because its not looking good atm.

The honeymoon is over. :arrow:


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Mr Red wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Millwall, cardiff and now a yorkshire derby.


yeh ok don't rub it in - its a slippery slope and we are on it. :roll:

This will test the new coach out and the players to see if they have what it takes because its not looking good atm.

The honeymoon is over. :arrow:


The loss might spur Leeds in to action. :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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James007 wrote:
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Millwall, cardiff and now a yorkshire derby.


yeh ok don't rub it in - its a slippery slope and we are on it. :roll:

This will test the new coach out and the players to see if they have what it takes because its not looking good atm.

The honeymoon is over. :arrow:


The loss might spur Leeds in to action. :wink:



it had better, if they lose their heads and panic it could be a long, long season.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Leeds V Sheffield Utd tonight 4th V 3rd and a sold out Elland road :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Finally a win for the Owls.


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Another 1-2 loss at home for Leeds to Derby. Leeds must start dropping down the table if they don't starting getting positive results soon.


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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ozzie owl wrote:
Finally a win for the Owls.


Never a red card
Should have had 14 penalties
They should have had 13 players sent off

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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God is an Englishman wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Finally a win for the Owls.


Never a red card
Should have had 14 penalties
They should have had 13 players sent off



I presume you are talking about Millwall?

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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God is an Englishman wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Finally a win for the Owls.


Never a red card
Should have had 14 penalties
They should have had 13 players sent off


Unless there are mutiple send offs at once, is that possible?


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Nicky_Tanner wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Finally a win for the Owls.


Never a red card
Should have had 14 penalties
They should have had 13 players sent off


Unless there are mutiple send offs at once, is that possible?


Yes, in the first minute there was enough fouls to send off 4 players.
Then, the entire bench started abusing the ref - 7 more red card.
Then, 2 players started fighting each other - 2 red cards.


OR

It's should have, so because the ref didn't sent him off, you can get past the maximum of 4 on field players.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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If Millwall matched their transfer record on our next 37 new signings. We still wouldn't have spent as much as sheff wed's foreign manager did on one foreign striker.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Sunderland sack Grayson with club in relegation zone and home crowds down by 15K on last season .


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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ozzie owl wrote:
Sunderland sack Grayson with club in relegation zone and home crowds down by 15K on last season .



Why do they always sign managers who have already been sacked by a dozen other clubs?

Perhaps if they gave a promising young manager a chance, for a change, they would have more success?

Other clubs have done that and it has proven to be a success.

Unfortunately, I've just read that 'Big Sam' is favourite for the job, now I like him but everyone knows excatly how his teams will play now, so it would be hard for him to change much in the way they are going.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Old Master wrote:
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Sunderland sack Grayson with club in relegation zone and home crowds down by 15K on last season .



Why do they always sign managers who have already been sacked by a dozen other clubs?

Perhaps if they gave a promising young manager a chance, for a change, they would have more success?

Other clubs have done that and it has proven to be a success.

Unfortunately, I've just read that 'Big Sam' is favourite for the job, now I like him but everyone knows excatly how his teams will play now, so it would be hard for him to change much in the way they are going.


The fans have clearly had enough with the massive drop in home attendances .


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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ozzie owl wrote:
Old Master wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Sunderland sack Grayson with club in relegation zone and home crowds down by 15K on last season .



Why do they always sign managers who have already been sacked by a dozen other clubs?

Perhaps if they gave a promising young manager a chance, for a change, they would have more success?

Other clubs have done that and it has proven to be a success.

Unfortunately, I've just read that 'Big Sam' is favourite for the job, now I like him but everyone knows excatly how his teams will play now, so it would be hard for him to change much in the way they are going.


The fans have clearly had enough with the massive drop in home attendances .


Not real fans then and apart from financially, won't be missed.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Old Master wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Sunderland sack Grayson with club in relegation zone and home crowds down by 15K on last season .



Why do they always sign managers who have already been sacked by a dozen other clubs?

Perhaps if they gave a promising young manager a chance, for a change, they would have more success?

Other clubs have done that and it has proven to be a success.

Unfortunately, I've just read that 'Big Sam' is favourite for the job, now I like him but everyone knows excatly how his teams will play now, so it would be hard for him to change much in the way they are going.


Fat Sam is way down the list -

Phillips 4/1; Reid 6/1; Karanka 7/1; O'Shea 8/1; Ball 8/1; Keane 12/1; Moyes 12/1; Allardyce 12/1; Heckingbottom 16/1; Lambert 16/1; McCarthy 16/1; McCoist 20/1; McLeish 20/1; Bould 20/1.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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Leeds 2 Middlesbrough 1 happy days :D

Great atmosphere 33K all singing :wink: The pre game TOGETHER sign by the crowd looked really good - physical game and the ref made a few mistakes for and against Leeds.

No happy return to Elland Road for Monk.

Away to Wolves next game - will be tough game.


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 Post subject: Re: Championship Season 2017/18
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sunderland v Millwall

Both teams would have won if they had a goalkeeper. Would have been 0-0 if they both had one.

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