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Sbragia - Lets Get To 40 Points

Sbragia - Lets Get To 40 Points

After reaching the 30 point mark after beating Stoke, Ricky Sbragia is hoping his side can build on this and reach the 40 point mark as soon as possible.

However, this will not be easy as games coming up includa trips to Arsenal and Liverpool and successive home ties to Tottenham and Wigan.

Sbragia enforced the importance of winning home games, stating 'The games against Spurs and Wigan will be huge, we need to continue to take points from the teams around us. We have a run of hard games coming up.'



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Writer:Jordan Gallagher (editor)
Date:Monday February 16 2009
Time: 3:12PM

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seriously mate just give up, we have more mackems on our site causing trouble than you do on here!!!
boros_finest
26/02/2009 20:40:00
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I think you can make 40 points but do you think that's enough this season? I would go for one more and make sure.
Thaibluefan
01/03/2009 08:16:00
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40 seems a good target in your present situation.
quietman
01/03/2009 12:40:00
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3games, 3wins, say they win the next 3games lol
Blitz
03/03/2009 23:28:00
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40 points sounds easy enough on paper, but you've some tough games coming up and the likes of Stoke have started picking up points now, so think Mackem's fans could be in for a nervous 10 weeks!
fifthcolumnblue
05/03/2009 21:50:00
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p.s. Does anyone actually post on this site (that is are there any actual Sunderland fans postin)?
fifthcolumnblue
05/03/2009 21:51:00
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Whatever happens he has done a dam good job since taking over
denno4
16/03/2009 14:38:00
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Can't see you making 40 on this last performance....
Doody
17/03/2009 05:42:00
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