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  1. On the bright side, 2 defeats and 2 draws from the 4 teams above us in the play off spots. Still all to play for.
  2. One chance for Wells is all we need! I’m calling 1-1 at FT!
  3. Owers on RB just said 442 with Kalas right back?
  4. Went off the page! I’ve corrected (I think!)
  5. I’m guessing 3 centre backs with Weimann and Dasilva as the wing backs. Paterson in behind Wells. Perhaps! Bentley Weimann Kalas Williams Baker Dasilva Massengo Henriksen Eliasson Paterson Wells
  6. Good to see Bailey Wright getting positive reviews from Sunderland fans on twitter tonight. MOM according to a number of them and they think he has improved their defence considerably. This was my favourite:
  7. Bentley Hunt Williams Baker Dasilva Henriksen Nagy Eliasson Paterson Wells I’d go with this. Don’t rush Kalas back. I’d stick with back 4. Henriksen protecting the defence including with his height. Nagy given more licence to get forward and create. Wells has to start, and from his interview he says he has had success with Pato playing in behind him before.
  8. LJ said precisely this about height of his squad re the signings on deadline day. Henriksen is 6 foot 2 I believe.
  9. I think the positives outweigh the negatives so far but.... I think he is sometimes too quick to change formation, tonight being a case in point. No need to ditch Hunt and Dasilva and go to a back three tonight. Just needed Wells for Weimann and Henriksen (or Nagy) for Massengo. Hunt and Dasilva are perfecting good at getting forward. Slinging Benković on worries me that we have committed to playing him a certain number of appearances (although I’m sure LJ would say he wanted his height on the pitch).
  10. He’s been playing really well for quite a few weeks now. Keep it going Fam
  11. Agree with this. Josh’s form dip coincided with our poor run/performances although I understand he played better on Tuesday. Good deal for all concerned, plus Josh comes from the North West so Burnley may appeal to him from that point of view as well. If Nagy’s latest knock is not too bad, I’m not sure I would buy to replace. I might bring Morrell back though. And we need to get Palmer firing. It will be interesting to see if bringing Wells in means we will try two up top again. One up top with Pato just behind was starting to click again. I don’t want to see Pato back on the wing, nor Palmer for that matter. They are both better centrally.
  12. Or automatic! Only 6 points.
  13. eardun

    Adam Nagy

    He looked really good when he arrived - people were raving about how we wouldn’t miss Pack - but I think it’s the injury that has set him back; he mentions he has just had another scan which shows it’s healed which will hopefully give him the confidence. I wouldn’t let him go anywhere.
  14. eardun

    Adam Nagy

    Yes I thought it was a really interesting, honest interview and he comes across as a really decent guy (all done in a foreign language for him).
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