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Sunderland manager Chris Coleman admits he doesn’t know where Jack Rodwell is – The Independent


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Sunderland manager Chris Coleman admits he doesn't know where Jack Rodwell is
The Independent
Sunderland boss Chris Coleman has admitted he does not even know where £70,000-a-week midfielder Jack Rodwell is. Former England international Rodwell, whose contract included a wage reduction clause deferred for 12 months when the club was relegated ...
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Sunderland’s hall of shame: club’s (mostly bad) signings under Short – The Guardian


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Sunderland’s hall of shame: club’s (mostly bad) signings under Short
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Little has gone right for both Sunderland and Bent since they parted. 9/10. • Lee Cattermole (Wigan, £6m): The combative midfielder polarises opinion. A powerful dressing-room influence, Cattermole can be constructive and destructive in equal measure

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Conservative Party deny having local election pact with Ukip in Sunderland – ChronicleLive


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Conservative Party deny having local election pact with Ukip in Sunderland
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The Sunderland branch of the Conservative Party has denied making any deals with UKIP ahead of next week’s local elections. In a statement issued on Tuesday April 24, the Sunderland and Houghton branch of the eurosceptic party said it was not fielding

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Sunderland’s Decline: Picking over the bones of an unmitigated disaster we ALL need to rebuild – Roker Report (blog)


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Sunderland’s Decline: Picking over the bones of an unmitigated disaster we ALL need to rebuild
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John O’Shea on Sunderland’s relegation, his high amount of game time and his future – ChronicleLive


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John O’Shea on Sunderland’s relegation, his high amount of game time and his future
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At 36 years of age, the Ireland international signed a one-year extension at Sunderland last summer following relegation to the Championship, but was expected to be more of a leader in the dressing room than a week-in, week-out player. Instead, O’Shea
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What could have been: Former Sunderland defender reportedly a transfer target for Barcelona – ChronicleLive


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What could have been: Former Sunderland defender reportedly a transfer target for Barcelona
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What come next is nothing new to Sunderland fans. He joined Chelsea for £24m (almost five times the amount Sunderland could have had him for!) and was a star player as Antonio Conte’s side stormed to the Premier League title. And while they haven’t

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Alex Rae on the squad overhaul needed at relegated Sunderland – and the two players he’d keep – ChronicleLive


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Alex Rae on the squad overhaul needed at relegated Sunderland – and the two players he’d keep
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And two players who Coleman has openly identified that he would like to keep at the Stadium of Light next season are Honeyman and McNair – with the Sunderland boss going as far as to say it was ‘imperative’ they convinced former Manchester United

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The stats that prove Sunderland collapse was well overdue – The Mag


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The stats that prove Sunderland collapse was well overdue
The Mag
Sunderland were actually lucky this season, in terms of not having been relegated already a month ago, Blackburn went down on 51 points last season and on 34 points from 44 matches, yet again the Wearsiders are set to finish a season with less than 40
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Sunderland AFC news RECAP – Black Cats chief outlines future aims, takeover latest – ChronicleLive


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Sunderland AFC news RECAP – Black Cats chief outlines future aims, takeover latest
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Welcome to the Sunderland AFC live blog for Wednesday, April 25. The Black Cats are preparing for life in League One – but takeover talks is dominating Wearside right now. Sunderland chief executive Martin Bain has spoken of the club’s ownership
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