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 Post subject: Match Reports: Chelsea v Sunderland 24/05/2015
PostPosted: Sat May 23, 2015 9:38 am 
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Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole likely to sit out Chelsea trip

Lee Cattermole is unlikely to be risked in Sunderland’s final day game at Chelsea tomorrow, to avoid an unnecessary suspension at the start of next season.

Cattermole equalled the record for bookings in a solitary season when he received his 14th yellow card of the campaign in last weekend’s draw with Leicester.

One more booking at Stamford Bridge this weekend would see Cattermole miss the first three games of next season.

With that disciplinary tightrope in mind, Dick Advocaat is expected to leave Cattermole out against the Premier League champions after Sunderland secured their survival at Arsenal in midweek.

“Yes, I’m tempted not to play him,” admitted Advocaat.

“It’s too big a risk.

“He cannot change himself, so for him, it’s better not to play.”

Cattermole will not be the only player who was influential against the Gunners to get a breather tomorrow, with goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon ruled out with a jarred knee.

Vito Mannone will take Pantilimon’s spot, while Danny Graham is also an injury doubt due to an ankle problem.

But Seb Larsson is fit to feature, despite clearly struggling during the closing stages at the Emirates.

“Pantilimon has some problems with his knee, the same with Bridcutt and Wes Brown,” said Advocaat.

“Danny Graham is in question, but for the rest, everybody is fit.

“Even the players who are injured will travel with us.

“They asked to go, and that says something about the squad at the moment.”

If Graham misses out, Duncan Watmore will take the striker’s place among the matchday 18.

But with Advocaat keen to given an opportunity to those players who have been on the bench in recent games, handing Watmore a Premier League debut will not be a priority.

“I still have four players who have done everything in the other eight games,” added Advocaat.

“I cannot say to Duncan ‘you’re my man’. He has to prove it next season.”

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Seems strange, being relaxed, going into a weekend with a match.


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http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/32770811

TEAM NEWS

Chelsea are expected to be without Eden Hazard, who had three wisdom teeth removed on Wednesday.

Ramires, Oscar and Kurt Zouma are ruled out with injuries, while Petr Cech is doubtful because of a calf problem and Cesc Fabregas serves a one-game ban.

Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson is fit despite a midweek knock but Lee Cattermole is one booking from a ban and may not be risked.

Goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon is ruled out with a knee problem.

Jordi Gomez, Wes Brown and Liam Bridcutt remain sidelined by injuries, and Danny Graham is doubtful with an ankle problem.

With the Black Cats now safe, youngsters Duncan Watmore, Tommy Robson and Liam Agnew could be named as substitutes.

MATCH PREVIEW

Sunday will be a day of celebration for both clubs. Chelsea will lap up the Premier League trophy presentation. They deserve to. They won more games and lost fewer than anyone else.

No club conceded fewer goals. No-one created more than Cesc Fabregas. No-one played better than Eden Hazard. No captain led his team with more authority than John Terry.

There'll be plenty of title festivities. Chelsea fans can sign a special tribute wall. They can wave champions flags given out free. Banners of club legends will be draped at the Matthew Harding Stand. How he would have loved a day like this.

Heroes of the 2005 title side will parade on the pitch before kick-off. That was Jose Mourinho's first Premier League crown. Petr Cech and Didier Drogba were brought in to win it that year. This weekend, Mourinho may have to finally wave them tearfully goodbye.

Both belong in the Chelsea pantheon. Drogba may enjoy another season under the patronage of Roman Abramovich but Cech wants first-team football.

Despite Mourinho's reluctance, the talismanic Czech should be snapped up by a title rival. They should both play a part in an emotional and uplifting finale.

Sunderland's final whistle merriments should be muted. They have survived for another year. But they should never have been in a struggling position. Their campaign has been drab at best, mismanaged at worst.

Players in the twilight of their careers need replacing. Too many transfer market gambles have not paid off. Team selection has been haphazard.

There hasn't been enough fire in bellies to win nitty-gritty games against fellow strugglers - they have claimed just 16 points from 42 against teams in this season's bottom eight.

But Dick Advocaat deserves praise. He's waterproofed a leaky defence and inched them to safety with a five-match unbeaten run.

His tears at Arsenal were touching and genuine. Sunderland need someone with his knowledge to build solid foundations for longer-term prosperity.

Chelsea fans have seen the best home record in the Premier League. They've earned this party. Sunderland fans have probably spent more than £25m at the Stadium of Light this campaign and seen just 16 goals from their team there. They deserve far better.

MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head

Sunderland are unbeaten in their last two games against Chelsea (W1, D1), having lost 17 of their previous 18 league meetings.
Victory on Sunday would be the Black Cats' third in five Premier League games at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea


If Chelsea fail to win they will be only the second champions in the last 12 seasons to end with fewer than 86 points. Manchester United took the title with 80 points in 2011.
Jose Mourinho has only once experienced back-to-back Premier League defeats. That was in May 2006 when Chelsea lost their final two games (against Newcastle and Blackburn), having already clinched the title.
Mourinho has won only four of his last 10 Premier League games against Newcastle and Sunderland.
John Terry could become only the second outfield player to play every minute in a Premier League season and win the title, following in the footsteps of Manchester United's Gary Pallister in 1992-93.

Sunderland

The Black Cats have won just one of their 13 previous games on the final day of a Premier League season.
However, Sunderland have only lost one of their last seven league games (W3, D3).
The Black Cats have been involved in nine 0-0 draws in this season's Premier League - four more than any other side.
If booked, Lee Cattermole will become the first player to receive 15 Premier League yellow cards in a single season. He would also incur a three-game ban.

Lawro's prediction 2-0 to Chelsea.


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 Post subject: Re: Match Reports: Chelsea v Sunderland 24/05/2015
PostPosted: Sat May 23, 2015 12:04 pm 
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Hakuna Matata wrote:
Seems strange, being relaxed, going into a weekend with a match.

Strange alright. We switched off on the final day last year despite hoping to finish as high as we could. I'm always looking for more. I'd be disappointed if we don't hang on to 15th at least. John O'Shea focused well in recent weeks. Now the pressure is off, he is likely to switch off.

I'd like to see our lads fully focused, upset the Chelsea party and claim a smash and grab 0-1 away win!


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Chelsea vs. Sunderland: Opposition Analysis

The Blues' final game of the season comes against Dick Advocaat's Sunderland, who secured Premier League survival with a 0-0 draw against Arsenal on Wednesday. Despite being safe, the Black Cats are still a long way from being good.

The Season So Far

Sunderland have had the most Sunderland season imaginable. They have spent a fair bit of money on some exciting players, remained an abject rabble for most of the season, shown absolutely no unity as a team and appeared perilously close to falling through the trap door into the Championship, only for a late-season change of manager and the utter incompetence of their relegation rivals to bail them out at the last.

It’s exactly what we’ve come to expect from Sunderland in the last few years, and one suspects they will keep providing exactly this for many years to come. No matter how much money Ellis Short throws at the club, it will all be wasted on past-it, disinterested or unprofessional players by useless managers. Most other Premier League sides will be cannier, better prepared and simply better than Sunderland.

They have only won seven times all season, and despite recording two derby wins over Newcastle, there’s pretty much nothing in terms of memories or great moments for supporters to hark back to in future years. Frankly, it’s no fun at all for the fans and they can’t be blamed for having stayed away in such great numbers for so long. Ex-chairman Niall Quinn went to great lengths to entice them back to the Stadium of Light, but economic factors combined with the team’s complete misery mean that attendances have remained and will remain low.

Perhaps the most annoying thing is that, amidst all the deadwood and dross, there are talented players at good ages at Sunderland – they just never perform to their potential. Rumours of a culture of rampant unprofessionalism and partying away from the field persist, and whoever is in charge for next season will have to work miracles to reverse years and years of mismanagement and cultural decay. They probably won’t manage it.

Tactics

Since succeeding the hapless Gus Poyet, current manager Dick Advocaat has been playing an extremely reactive and counterattacking 4-3-3, whenever possible fielding three centre-forwards to give the rest of the team plenty to aim at when clearing its lines. He has focused on stopping the endless flow of goals flying in at the other end of the pitch and with a fair degree of success: the Black Cats are unbeaten in five and have kept three clean sheets in a row.

However, to say that they’ve been playing well would be something of an overstatement: Sunderland have still given away a hell of a lot of shots on goal – Arsenal recorded 28 on Wednesday night, for example – and they have relied to an extent on opponents missing the ample amount of chances they create, so perhaps Advocaat doesn’t deserve as much credit as Lady Luck.

The focus seems very much to be on keeping a good shape and stopping the opponents playing their way through the midfield. They’re not especially keen to win the ball back – for a team that recorded 26% of possession in its last game, a recorded total of 20 tackles really isn’t impressive – preferring instead to position themselves so that their opponents run the ball down blind alleys and waste their own time.

For such an extreme counterattacking setup to work, transitions from defence to attack have to be are pretty spot on and Sunderland’s are basically awful: their midfield isn’t dynamic enough to support the three forwards and their defenders aren’t good enough at playing the first pass to give the forwards much of any use. It’s clearly a stopgap tactic and they won’t play like this next season.

Strengths

At the moment, their key strength is defensive solidity. Goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon has been in inspired form, but he picked up an injury against Arsenal and is unavailable for this game. Centre-back Sebástian Coates has been dominant in the air, which always helps any defence. Yellow-card machine Lee Cattermole has shown what for him counts as impressive discipline and smart positional play at the heart of the midfield.

It’s hard to explain how, but lately Sunderland have been doing really well at making the other team miss all of their easy chances. This will be of key importance if they’re to take anything away from Stamford Bridge.

Weaknesses

Even though they’ve done enough to secure survival, they’re just basically awful. Their attack is toothless, their midfield unimposing and severely limited, their sense of togetherness non-existent. Their current system relies on the centre-forwards working much harder than they should have to in areas of the pitch miles from the opposition goal, so in the rare event that the Black Cats actually attack, their goalscorers are nowhere near the goal.

This is basically a friendly and so, having seen Sunderland’s players down tools whenever possible for the last few years, it’s perfectly possible that they won’t even try to win this game. Certain players will already be thinking about their night out in West London after the match.

Likely XIs

The error-prone Vito Mannone will take the place of the injured Pantilimon in the Sunderland goal, while injuries to Liam Bridcutt and Jordi Gómez and worries over a possible suspension for Cattermole mean that Advocaat has a selection headache in midfield. Danny Graham is a doubt, so Connor Wickham could come in to play alongside Jermain Defoe and Steven Fletcher.

José Mourinho should name a strong starting line-up, but will probably be without Eden Hazard after the winger’s recent dental surgery. Expect plenty of young talent to be on the bench and to get game time if Sunderland fold as expected.

Prediction

If the first goal goes in early, the floodgates will open. 3-0 Chelsea.

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PostPosted: Sun May 24, 2015 10:19 am 
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and to think people thought Chelsea fans were classless berks; I think he'd find if he bothered to do any research that Wickham has barely missed a game all season


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I hadn't read the piece until I saw your comment Pete. What were they smoking when they put that together? They are wrong on so many points, not least of all that our average gate must be, at least, close to Stamford Bridge's capacity if not higher.

The piece was obviously thrown together to cause mild irritation to Sunderland fans.


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Chelsea: Cech, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta; Mikel, Matic; Cuadrado, Willian, Hazard; Drogba
Subs: Courtois, Filipe Luis, Christensen, Boga, Remy, D Costa, Solanke

Sunderland: Mannone, Jones, van Aanholt, O’Shea (c), Coates, Larsson, Rodwell, Johnson, Fletcher, Wickham, Defoe
Subs: Cattermole, Reveillere, Graham, Giaccherini, Vergini, Buckley, Pickford


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So much for the young uns.



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Gerrin Fletch :D


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So much for the young uns.


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Sunderland's season ends in defeat to the champions

Chelsea 1 Sunderland 3

THERE will have been envious eyes from Dick Advocaat as he shook hands with Jose Mourinho after the final whistle had blown at Stamford Bridge to bring the curtain down on, what could yet be, his final game in charge of Sunderland.

Advocaat’s aim during his nine matches in charge was to ensure that the Black Cats rub shoulders with champions Chelsea’s like again next season. He delivered that with a game to spare in another corner of London in the middle of last week.

But the Dutchman’s CV has not been about successful relegation fights until this year. He has been a manager focused on winning titles, or at least challenging for them, so to be at Stamford Bridge for the champions’ coronation could well have frustrated him, ever so slightly.

What, though, would have annoyed him a little more was the way Sunderland ended the season in defeat; even if Mourinho appeared to say to Advocaat after their touchline exchange at the end: ‘I hope you stay’.

Will he or won’t he? That will be decided over the next few days with the 67-year-old – whose wife would prefer him not to – set to inform Sunderland owner Ellis Short this Thursday whether he has had a change of heart and is willing to stay on.

Sunderland’s fans and players all hope he does. With his experience he could well be the boss required after years of trying to improve things on Wearside. The results and calmness he has brought during a relegation fight suggests he could work his magic unlike those before him next season.

He will not have a chance of winning the Premier League, but if he could get Sunderland up towards the top ten then that would be a significant sign of progress – and it had looked like he might even stun the champions at Stamford Bridge.

When Steven Fletcher headed in Adam Johnson’s corner in the 26th minute Sunderland threatened to spoil the title party. However it didn’t last and it was Mourinho able to enjoy victory on the final day.

Diego Costa powered in the equaliser from the penalty spot seven minutes before half-time and then Loic Remy, who spent last season on loan at Newcastle, scored twice in the final 20 minutes to wrap up the points.

Cue the celebrations and party, while Sunderland’s players headed for the showers and the team coach. None of what was occurring on the pitch mattered to the team hailing from the North-East.

What does matter is that they know top-flight football will be played at the Stadium of Light next season – and they have Advocaat to help for leading the revival despite losing only for the second game of the last eight.

This trip to Chelsea was always likely to feel more of a Blue day than a red and white one, although the sold-out travelling section of Sunderland followers still tried to be heard amongst the cries of ‘we’ve won the league’ from the overwhelming numbers of celebrating the home team.

After the class of the 2005 title winners had left the pitch, the party never really stopped from that moment on. The thousands of champions’ flags that had been dished out beforehand were regularly waved and Chelsea were intent on finishing in style when things got going.

And it was one of those winners of ten years ago that came within inches of scoring early. Didier Drogba ran to the near post with John O’Shea to try to get on the end of Juan Cuadrado’s cross and it was the defender who turned the delivery just wide.

Advocaat was hardly in the party spirit. That chance got him out of his dug-out and he was far from happy with the way his players had started, particularly suggestive that Jack Rodwell and Connor Wickham did not stick to the original system plans he had in place.

As soon as he had got the message across Sunderland soon got to grips with things and, with the exception of Branislav Ivanovic’s long drive that had to be well saved by Vito Mannone, it was the visitors who had the better chances.

The alarm bells still did not spark Chelsea back in to life at that point and Sunderland took a surprise lead 18 minutes before half-time. Adam Johnson, given plenty of stick as he took his corner, floated over a back post delivery and Fletcher arrived unmarked to head down one of the easiest he will score.

John Terry seemed to have lost Fletcher – who was recalled at the expense of Danny Graham in attack - as the ball arrived in to the area, but the Chelsea skipper soon demanded improvements across the pitch. Those arrived before the break; shortly after Drogba, playing his last game for the club, was fittingly carried off by his team-mates to a standing ovation.

It was very much a case of out with the old and in with the new when Drogba’s replacement, Costa, made his mark on the game within nine minutes. The Brazilian striker drilled an equaliser hard and low beyond Mannone after O’Shea had tripped Cuadrado in (or maybe slightly outside) the box.

Without Lee Cattermole, who was only named as a substitute because of a threat of a three game ban for a record-busting 15 yellow cards, Sunderland could have been an easier touch. They still defended strongly, except for a moment when Eden Hazard waltzed his way through red and white shirts to tee up Remy. The Frenchman could not find the space to shoot though.

As the Chelsea fans cried out for the extra goal to cap a memorable season on the final day, Mourinho looked on from his technical area urging every cross in to Mannone’s box towards the net. It was not as easy as that, with Sunderland defending strongly – again.

Had it not been for Cesar Azpilicueta’s presence at the back post then Defoe would have put Sunderland ahead again at the other, but the Spanish full-back was on hand to clear off the line with Cech beaten. Fletcher also should have hit the target with a free header.

Those proved decisive too. Chelsea’s next attack, with 20 minutes remaining, found its way beyond Mannone. The Italian keeper should have done better with Remy’s shot from 22 yards, but instead it hit the net.

After that there were a few pot shots at Cech, but Chelsea never looked like conceding an equaliser before Remy wrapped up things with two minutes to go.

Nemanja Matic was allowed space down the left to turn and centre. Remy darted ahead of O’Shea before flicking a lovely finish beyond Mannone to leave the Chelsea fans chanting ‘Champions of England, we know what we are’.

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It was very strange watching the game with nothing to play for. I thought we did pretty well.

Thought the Drogba carry off was cringeworthy.

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Yes. At one time a game of football broke out amongst their celebrations.

Mannone - not good enough.
Giacarino (can't be bothered to look the spelling up), did he touch the ball after he came on?

Coates' distribution is as bad as Pantillimon's, but he has played really well defensively in the games I have seen him play in.

We created several chances, which is an improvement on earlier in the season.


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Didn't know what to make of all of that last night. We're safe, they're interested in celebrating the title so there was very little competition in the game.


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legendz wrote:
I'm always looking for more. I'd be disappointed if we don't hang on to 15th at least. John O'Shea focused well in recent weeks. Now the pressure is off, he is likely to switch off.
I knew O'Shea would switch off in this game. It was the same last year against Swansea on the final day. It's that part of his game that saw him leave Man Utd. There was no need to so clumsily give away the penalty. His marking for the final goal left a lot to be desired as well. Mannone was poor for the second goal and really should have done better.


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legendz wrote:
I'm always looking for more. I'd be disappointed if we don't hang on to 15th at least. John O'Shea focused well in recent weeks. Now the pressure is off, he is likely to switch off.
I knew O'Shea would switch off in this game. It was the same last year against Swansea on the final day. It's that part of his game that saw him leave Man Utd. There was no need to so clumsily give away the penalty. His marking for the final goal left a lot to be desired as well. Mannone was poor for the second goal and really should have done better.


Agreed.

We definitely need some younger blood at CB.



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Not interested in Michael Dawson then?


He'd crossed my mind. The younger Bruce seems to get much of the blame; while McShane....



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By and large Hull were better when he played and he's not quite as old as Wes or JOS. Scored what could have been(but ultimately wasn't) an important winner vs Liverpool. Admit I'm prejudiced in his favour as he's a local lad.



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