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Mar 23

Sunderland: Adnan Januzaj has plenty to learn and hopes Chelsea star Eden Hazard can help

BELGIAN Adnan Januzaj is determined to learn from his close friend and compatriot in a bid to become a Premier League sensation after a frustrating year with Sunderland.

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Mar 22

Sunderland: Seb Larsson happy for contract talks to be on hold

SEB Larsson is happy for Sunderland to put talks about his contract on hold until the summer.

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Mar 22

Sunderland: John O’Shea keen to keep on playing with World Cup on horizon

HE turns 36 at the end of next month, yet John O’Shea thinks his performances for Sunderland are the perfect preparation for a heated international outing rather than a two-week break.

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Mar 21

Sunderland: Lamine Kone withdraws from international duty with knee problem

LAMINE KONE has been withdrawn from international duty with the Ivory Coast in order to have the best possible opportunity of being fit for Sunderland’s trip to Watford.

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Mar 20

Sunderland: Jermain Defoe admits he might have to leave Black Cats if they are relegated

JERMAIN DEFOE has targeted making England’s final World Cup squad next year – and hinted he might have to leave Sunderland if they are relegated.

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Mar 20

Defoe retains World Cup ‘dream’

Striker Jermain Defoe says he never gave up on an England recall and sets his sights on playing at the 2018 World Cup.

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Mar 20

Sunderland: Ellis Short is right to stand by Cats boss David Moyes

SUNDERLAND owner Ellis Short is not planning to make a late managerial change at this stage of the season and his stance has drawn support from Premier League counterparts Burnley.

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Mar 20

Sunderland: Goal-shy Black Cats still believe

AT the end of a week when Jermain Defoe was finally recalled to the England squad there was a further reminder of how vital his goals are to Sunderland – and he didn’t even have to find the net.

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Mar 18

Four key issues from Sunderland’s stalemate with Burnley plus reaction from David Moyes

SUNDERLAND collected a point but that is unlikely to be enough come the end of the season on an afternoon when there was a feeling they needed all three.

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Mar 18

Sunderland draw blank against Burnley to heap pressure on David Moyes

Anti-climax and downright disappointment are no strangers to Sunderland but such familiarity failed to assuage the pain of yet another game without a win and no goal for Jermain Defoe on a day when he had hoped to celebrate his recall to the England fold.

If a point was hardly much help to David Moyes’s bottom-placed side, it left Burnley still seeking their first away win in the league this season after outstanding saves from the otherwise largely underworked goalkeepers, Jordan Pickford and Tom Heaton, once again emphasised their importance to these clubs.

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