Malcolm Dawson writes….Pete Sixsmith has had a busy week. Tow Law on Friday, Wembley on Saturday, Sunderland on Sunday, Birmingham on Wednesday and doubtless some more non league games in between. Today saw him back in the capital at Loftus Road. I’m betting he would rather have gone to Pad!iham v Shildon instead
August 30th: QPR (1) 1 Sunderland (0) 0 Terrible result – performance was not much better
August 27: Capital one Cup. Birmingham City (0) 0 SAFC (0) 3 Not quite as comfortable as it sounds
Sunday August 24 :SAFC (1) 1 Manchester United (1) 1 Happy with the performance – and Gus’s style
Saturday August 16: West Bromwich Albion (1) 2 SAFC (1) 2
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4 thoughts on “Sixer’s Sevens: QPR 1 v Sunderland 0 back to earth with a bump”
Fletcher has had his day. Needs to be moved on tomorrow and a mobile forward brought in.
Very much like Brum, no penetration whatsoever. Need some keys . . . .
And the need for variation in tactics? That’s irrelevant, is it? Too long to change to 2 front men and the crumbling at QPR hitting the bar was alarming. The idea of the ‘squad’ being to blame is too easy, this was a game we should have won with the players on call. I’m sure we’ll do fine this season, but Poyet does seem a little naive at times. Find a place for Giaccherini! The most intelligent footballer in the squad by a mile.
Poyet is happy with the performance? It strengthens his hand in the transfer saga, the need to recruit has been fully demonstrated.
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