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On 10/08/2019 at 16:58, nikki-red said:

Wilder definitely is! Ran on the pitch at full time to celebrate with the players.

Great to get a point, dont want Man City and Liverpool pulling too far clear :hihi::hihi::hihi:.

Celebrating a draw?? Surely not.

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13 hours ago, Brooker11 said:

Celebrating a draw?? Surely not.

Last minute goal to gain a point in the club's first Premier League match for twelve years. 

 

90 minutes of everyone behind the ball in the Championship against your city rivals, none of which would get in your team to grind out a 0-0 win...

 

Celebrations all round! 

 

😂 

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41 minutes ago, Moistened said:

Last minute goal to gain a point in the club's first Premier League match for twelve years. 

 

90 minutes of everyone behind the ball in the Championship against your city rivals, none of which would get in your team to grind out a 0-0 win...

 

Celebrations all round! 

 

😂

Sounds good when you say it like that, when you state the facts it looks very different, the Owls were in poor form, had loads of players out injured, had a manager who'd been in the job 4 days, were up against a team who were flying and who 99% of fans expected to win the game by a good margin, we also when down to 10 men and could have won it with Reach's shot late on,  thats the reason there was relief and a celebration at the end. You called it a 0-0 win can we call yours a 1-1 win due to the wild celebrations.

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1 hour ago, Brooker11 said:

Sounds good when you say it like that, when you state the facts it looks very different, the Owls were in poor form, had loads of players out injured, had a manager who'd been in the job 4 days, were up against a team who were flying and who 99% of fans expected to win the game by a good margin, we also when down to 10 men and could have won it with Reach's shot late on,  thats the reason there was relief and a celebration at the end. You called it a 0-0 win can we call yours a 1-1 win due to the wild celebrations.

I will take it as a 1-1 win.   Robinson looks good, certain to score plenty

Tense first Premiership match and pleased that the defenders are still getting well forward and very calm under pressure as per usual

Onwards and upwards UTB 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, barry-333 said:

I will take it as a 1-1 win.   Robinson looks good, certain to score plenty

Tense first Premiership match and pleased that the defenders are still getting well forward and very calm under pressure as per usual

Onwards and upwards UTB 

 

 

 

So you can celebrate a draw when its a little against the odds then?

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8 hours ago, Brooker11 said:

Sounds good when you say it like that, when you state the facts it looks very different, the Owls were in poor form, had loads of players out injured, had a manager who'd been in the job 4 days, were up against a team who were flying and who 99% of fans expected to win the game by a good margin, we also when down to 10 men and could have won it with Reach's shot late on,  thats the reason there was relief and a celebration at the end. You called it a 0-0 win can we call yours a 1-1 win due to the wild celebrations.

Indeed, we were favourites and you got a point against a superior Blades team. Didn't matter to us in the end though, but you were right to be proud of them. 

 

I reckon an away draw in the PL when staying up is worth about £100 million more than a draw which sees you finish 12th in the Championship is more worthy of celebrating though. ;)

 

 

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Bournemouth Vs Blades anyone?

 

Back on topic please.

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Listening to 5 live and Ian wright made utd his team of the week,he loved their approach and how they played just purrred about their performance and system,which aint new BTW was done by Burley at Ipswich way back when,played a simular system  and approach,but it blew up and he got the sack

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On 12/08/2019 at 12:24, Brooker11 said:

Sounds good when you say it like that, when you state the facts it looks very different, the Owls were in poor form, had loads of players out injured, had a manager who'd been in the job 4 days, were up against a team who were flying and who 99% of fans expected to win the game by a good margin, we also when down to 10 men and could have won it with Reach's shot late on,  thats the reason there was relief and a celebration at the end. You called it a 0-0 win can we call yours a 1-1 win due to the wild celebrations.

Bit different when your team are PREMIER LEAGUE. Every point is massive In this league, so I will be celebrating draws all day long!.

 

 

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Rather reversal of roles.

 

Bournemouth have had about 5 years (could be more) on us to establish themselves in the Premier league. A draw was a very good result in particular in the circumstances the equaliser came.

 

The game against Wednesday was exactly the same. Wednesday had 5 years on the Blades to establish themselves as a serious Championship side (and that continues).

 

It should have been the Blades who went into that game as the underdogs.  

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39 minutes ago, abbeyedges said:

Rather reversal of roles.

 

Bournemouth have had about 5 years (could be more) on us to establish themselves in the Premier league. A draw was a very good result in particular in the circumstances the equaliser came.

 

The game against Wednesday was exactly the same. Wednesday had 5 years on the Blades to establish themselves as a serious Championship side (and that continues).

 

It should have been the Blades who went into that game as the underdogs.  

We will always be the underdogs in Sheffield but there will be no empty seats in Downtown Bramhall Lane and probably cheaper than S6

 

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4 hours ago, abbeyedges said:

Rather reversal of roles.

 

Bournemouth have had about 5 years (could be more) on us to establish themselves in the Premier league. A draw was a very good result in particular in the circumstances the equaliser came.

 

The game against Wednesday was exactly the same. Wednesday had 5 years on the Blades to establish themselves as a serious Championship side (and that continues).

 

It should have been the Blades who went into that game as the underdogs.  

Unfortunately its the form at the time of the game that counts not 5 years of previous history.

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