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Tranmere Rovers vs Sunderland AFC - 29/01/2020

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Re: Tranmere Rovers vs Sunderland AFC - 29/01/2020

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Much better second half.



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Re: Tranmere Rovers vs Sunderland AFC - 29/01/2020

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thingamajig wrote: 29 Jan 2020, 21:45
Sunderland Nut wrote: 29 Jan 2020, 21:42 We are back up to 5th in the league and in a good position to start playing leap frog.
Do it quietly lads :lol:
Yes indeed.
After being 13th? in the league and the lowest position in Sunderland's history, getting back up there was a little bit of a miracle.
We have games in hand and have momentum.
Top two is definitely on.
Next up Pompey and we owe them a good hiding.
Were we not 15th at one point?



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Zook wrote: 29 Jan 2020, 21:52
Were we not 15th at one point?
I replied to this then my post disappeared :x
I said I thought it was 13th but if it was 15th then it makes our recovery all the more sweeter.
Then I said that although that might be true it's a blot on the club's history.
Well something along them lines :lol:


What was that you said again?

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The game tonight has proven we can play on a bad pitch although it could be said it was that to blame.

If Portsmouth have a decent playing surface and we take the game to them, we could get revenge here :dance:


..... and Sunderland, the underdogs, are in the lead!

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Spider wrote: 29 Jan 2020, 21:50 Parkinson in :thumbup:
Can't argue with that but this might change after the Portsmouth game :mrgreen:



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Bus Driver wrote: 29 Jan 2020, 22:30
Can't argue with that but this might change after the Portsmouth game :mrgreen:
The odd hiccup won't matter :red-white:



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Re: Tranmere Rovers vs Sunderland AFC - 29/01/2020

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Bus Driver wrote: 29 Jan 2020, 22:30
Spider wrote: 29 Jan 2020, 21:50 Parkinson in :thumbup:
Can't argue with that but this might change after the Portsmouth game :mrgreen:
Not really, our unbeaten run has to come to an end and we all know Portsmouth will be hyped up for this game.
A draw would be canny like but I think the fans will appreciate the run we've had so far.
A win down at Pompey will be something special though.


What was that you said again?

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