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|Rochdale v Sunderland Your Report added by 6inarow at 19:08:38|
Sunderland fan here. Just to let you all know we all think you were robbed. Everyone was very impressed by your energy and confidence. We looked totally second best and but for two or three good performers.... at CH and GK mainly.... we would have deservedly lost. Good luck for the season, am sure you'll be top 8 for the whole season.
|Queens Park Rangers v Swansea City Your Report added by Geoff78 at 17:04:39|
A good match. In spite of conceding 3 goals there were signs of promise in Rs performance. They attacked with pace, managed some crisp first-time passing, pressed and showed some good movement. The problem was Swansea did most of this better than us, esp pressing. They robbed our players several times, or maybe we gave the ball away or were out-muscled. They got away with a few fouls but generally pressed and tackled well. And they finished. We created a number of openings but often failed to hit the target.
Warbs made good positive substitutions although in retrospect it would have been good to bring on Chair when Amos was injured and move Smith back. Chair has looked very good in his sub appearances this season and must be due a starting place.
If we can stop giving away silly goals and improve our shooting the season should improve considerably. And then again I've watched Rangers long enough to know that hope isn't usually enough.
|Southampton v Liverpool Your Report added by SaintBrock at 18:25:20|
KriSaint, Hojberg did not play well yesterday in fact he played poorly by his usual standard whether he was still out of sorts is hard to say but he seemed too hesitant both on and off the ball
|Southampton v Liverpool Your Report added by KriSaint at 15:31:04|
My only critisism goes to Højbjerg for not putting in a bloody block/tackle when Mané scored.
Don´t tell me that he couldn´t put his foot in , or even better - his whole body - to prevent Mané (probably the most dangerous man with the ball at the edge of the box in the premier league) from shooting.
I hate to call Højbjerg a ball watcher, but ball watching was what he was doing in that situation.
I wanna see some bloody tackling/blocking when any player has the ball at the edge of our penalty box.
Otherwise a very good performance by Saints,
and Liverpool had their normal ever-present small-margins- luck, which is ultimately why they won.
Yoshida not heading the ball in the net in the first half from an otherwise fine header (which should have been headed more downwards) and Ings not hitting target and equalizing from the 6-yard box at the end, was painful to watch.
Saints Motm Gunn or Romeu. Good 20 minutes from Djenepo on his debut.
|Southampton v Liverpool Your Report added by fubsy at 14:46:04|
Good to see Yosh back. My impression at the time was Gunn might have saved their second. Overall, I thought we played quite well and could have had a draw. Tactically, I thought Ralph had it right - the Liverpool fullbacks were pushed back, we were very compact. I thought Oriol was immense and I am becoming very frustrated with Andre Mariner's decisions.
|Southampton v Liverpool Your Report added by SaintJohn1972 at 23:10:35|
Deserved at least a draw today.
Che Adams impressed me - think he’ll shine against lesser opponents and with better support.
Nathan Redmond - worst player on pitch today for Saints - poor anticipation, lazy & weak, failing to hold any balls up, win anything and just gave up each time
|Southampton v Liverpool Your Report added by codge at 20:30:02|
If only we could cutout the obvious which has become part of every game now we would be so much better of.l am still not convinced that Valery is the answer to the right back position, fo me he doesn't track back enough to help out.
Did like what l saw in Djenepo hope he gets to start against Brighton.Hopefully next week will be a better result,Coyr.
|Southampton v Liverpool Your Report added by SaintPaulVW at 18:30:24|
We deserved something after that first half performance. Same old story though all over them and can't convert into goals. Ings almost knicked something though and Evans really should have scored in the first half.
Gunn was great, Bednarek is now infected with dodgy CB disease, Djenepo looks good. Not too sure I want to see Evans crossing from the wingto Redmond in the box too often. Not really what we pay him for!
All in all a lot better than last week but now left with that agonising 'if only' feeling. COYS!
|Wigan Athletic v Leeds United Your Report added by leedsu1 at 17:32:36|
Pablo not at his greatest (nice free kick aside). Harrison all scurry and tear but end result disappointing at time. Forshaw immense. Would have changed Pablo for Costa for speed. Kiich with a hell of a shift. All in all, a little tentative to shoot.
|Southampton v Liverpool Your Report added by I_would at 17:18:20|
Always knew the result as soon as I saw Prowsey was starting. That's two now he's started, no points. Djenepo was our best player, why didn't he start? Ings was good as well, why didn't he start. I'm beginning to wonder about RH now, doesn't seem to know the strongest team.
|Burnley v Southampton Your Report added by KriSaint at 23:54:57|
My starting line up for the Liverpool game:
Yoshida, Bednarek, Danso,
Valery, Jwp, Højbjerg, Bertrand
Djenepo, Adams, Redmond
|Queens Park Rangers v Bristol City Your Report added by smegma at 12:17:37|
No one deserved to lose that game, I thought both teams played some excellent football. Not sure about our penalty though. Good to see Nahki get off the mark and tuck his penalty as well. All this positivity about the place is confusing me as a pessimist !!!
|Swansea City v Northampton Town Your Report added by Badlands at 23:20:01|
Another first half in which we huffed puffed and got nowhere.
Cabango (as I have been waging on about) was well worth his place (my MoM) and Wilmot showed a lot of confidence but seemed to waste a lot of possession.
The game came to light with the introduction of Garrick and, of course, Ayew.
Routledge and Naughton both showed their class and with John, Chanda and Byers having there moments.
The down-side for me was the performance of Surridge and to to a less extent Peterson.
Early days and all that but I really haven't seen what Surridge brings to the table!
All in all a frustration 70 minutes followed by a storming finish.