THERE’S not a lot of positives you can take from a performance like that, other than we got a point to keep our forward momentum, writes Andy MacDonald.
There was little in the way of excitement or attacking play from us. We never seemed to get any support around Fletcher and never really tested their keeper.
To be fair, Swansea didn’t bring a lot of entertainment either, they had a lot of the ball but created little. I can’t remember Mignolet being seriously tested at any time during the match.
Danny Grahem didn’t got the best of receptions when he came on. His potential signing seems to splitting the fans’ opinions. I’m not his biggest fan and would prefer someone else, but if we do sign him, we will have to trust O’Neill.
With the window closing tomorrow night it could be a busy time for us. Hopefully we will have some deadline day drama and a bit of quality through the door to help us out for the rest of the season.
To read the rest of the Echo Jury, please see tonight’s Sunderland Echo.