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Before we played Eastleigh, I wasn't all that bothered because I felt Sam Slocombe would come in and do well.

Whilst I don't think any different with regard to Slocombe, I am a bit baffled by the decision by Sunderland, unless they've got a goalkeeper dilemma - or their plans have changed. It for me, feels like a bow on the level of losing Ryan Yates.

The reason I say this, is because Patterson was growing in confidence, and he seemed settled.

I couldn't see him being dropped unless we had a bit of poor form, as he just looked confident. I wonder if the decision affected his performance against Rochdale, i.e. he knew then he would be returning and his focus had been lost a little. As he did, he started very poorly, giving the ball multiple times straight to Rochdale players. I thought this was partly due to Adam Chicksen playing quite poorly, but this makes me wonder.

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