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Sunderland boss has no idea where £70,000-a-week Rodwell is

SUNDERLAND boss Chris Coleman has admitted he does not even know where £70,000-a-week midfielder Jack Rodwell is.

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Coleman on Ellis Short, his future as Sunderland boss and plans for Fulham

SUNDERLAND’S relegation from the Championship might have been confirmed, but Chris Coleman is still waiting to hear from Black Cats owner Ellis Short about his plans for the club.

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Sunderland’s hall of shame: club’s (mostly bad) signings under Short

From the anonymous to the calamitous via the odd decent buy, the full list of players brought in under Ellis Short’s sorry reignThese are all the transfers/seasons that post-date May 2009 when Ellis Short assumed full control of Sunderland. Short did t…

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O’Shea accepts the need to learn about League One quickly

SUNDERLAND are facing up to a huge reality check; and John O’Shea accepts they have to learn all about the muck and nettles of League One quickly.

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Honeyman hurt by supporter’s anger

GEORGE HONEYMAN might only be in the relatively early part of his Sunderland career, but admits relegation leaves a stain he won’t ever be able to remove.

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Ellis Short will NOT put Sunderland into administration as Bain seeks a buyer

MARTIN BAIN has assured supporters that Ellis Short’s sights are set on selling Sunderland this summer and not on placing the club into administration following a second relegation in a row.

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The A to Z of Sunderland’s demise

Sunderland’s weekend relegation means they will spend next season in the third tier of English football for only the second time in their 138-year history. Chief Sports Writer Scott Wilson has compiled an A to Z guide to the club’s demise

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Large debts, absent owner, no identity – what next for Sunderland? | Louise Taylor

Sunderland’s rapid fall into the third tier has left a proud club on its knees and in need of reconstructive surgery. But how did it happen and what are the options?Last November the man who led Wales to the Euro 2016 semi-finals became Sunderland’s ni…

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Sympathy from Clough and Bent but relegation a reality for Sunderland

WHAT would Brian Clough think? It was the sort of question that brought an emotional response from his son, Nigel, after he had just inflicted the result to finally guarantee Sunderland will be playing in the third tier of English football for only …

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Coleman hopes to have chance to rebuild Sunderland

AFTER one of the darkest days in Sunderland’s 138-year history when relegation to League One was confirmed, the ailing club’s manager Chris Coleman described his sadness before claiming he will start work on its revival immediately.

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