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Black Cats blank should mean money in my bank
« on: March 26, 2014, 12:20:36 AM »
LIVERPOOL'S game against Sunderland promises to go a long way towards answering one of the defining questions of

the modern era.
Nope, it's not  "Is this Liverpool's year?"
The question is: "Jozy Altidore. What's all that about?"
Altidore racks up almost one in three for the USA national team, but has scored only one league goal in 26 for

Sunderland and managed one in 28 for Hull during his time there.
Why is that? Well,  wholesale Soccer Jerseys Cheap after months of careful analysis I have concluded that he just isn't very good.
Brendan Rodgers has been keen to defend Liverpool's defending after some of the space they allowed at Cardiff was

comical. But even so, Altidore? I can't see it.
Sunderland have recalled Connor Wickham from his loan spell at Leeds and pulling a 20-year-old out of the

Championship is hardly a vote of confidence for the club's current back-up strikers, with Fabio Borini ineligible

and Steven Fletcher injured.
Backing Liverpool to win to nil is usually a shortcut to high blood pressure but with Rodgers eager to prove he

isn't Kevin Keegan Mark II, I reckon the Reds could keep a clean sheet.
If they can't shut out this Black Cats attack, surely they can't win the league?