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Hodgson on the Sunderland Loss!

Hodgson on the Sunderland Loss!

After another disappointing night on the road whereby another defeat failed to provide a spark to smooth the journey home, Roy Hodgson, in his post match press conference, spoke about the need to remain clam and the need not to panic when he discussed what had gone on at the Stadium of Light and also that damned away record, when he remarked,

"We always knew the first goal would be decisive. No complaints though. Perhaps we deserved more and on another night we would have won."

"The away record is a concern. No one is safe but we showed we have the quality and work-rate to survive."

"It`s very tight. Yet I don`t think there is any point the black cap on and going all doom and gloom after a defeat or, after a win, talking about the UEFA Cup."

"I`ve just never known a season like it."


A concern Roy! It`s becoming a noose around our necks (again)!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Wednesday January 28 2009
Time: 4:53PM

Comments

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How does roy always manage to speak so much sense!!?? his media skills seem to be second to none.
KBCC
28/01/2009 17:05:00
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We best turn things round sooner rather than later
jackbarendse
28/01/2009 17:30:00
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agreed, the sooner we get 40 points on the board the better :P
FFC Daz
28/01/2009 19:02:00
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that just about sums it up - survival is imperative!
Al Billy
28/01/2009 19:05:00
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it also would hurt to finish above hull... a nice little eff you to jimmy...
woodysweats
29/01/2009 13:43:00
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