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Sunderland boss David Moyes explains Patrick van Aanholt’s late withdrawal at Spurs

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Key defender Lamine Kone commits to Sunderland

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London (AFP) Highly rated Ivory Coast international defender Lamine Kone gave struggling Premier League side Sunderland a welcome boost on Wednesday by signing a new five-year contract.

The 27-year-old who only joined the club in January for £6 million (7m euros, $7.9m) agreed to the deal just weeks after he pushed for a £14 million move to rivals Everton on transfer deadline day.

Key defender Lamine Kone commits to Sunderland

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London (AFP) Highly rated Ivory Coast international defender Lamine Kone gave struggling Premier League side Sunderland a welcome boost on Wednesday by signing a new five-year contract.

The 27-year-old who only joined the club in January for £6 million (7m euros, $7.9m) agreed to the deal just weeks after he pushed for a £14 million move to rivals Everton on transfer deadline day.

Sunderland’s Borini out for three months

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London (AFP) Sunderland forward Fabio Borini has been ruled out for up to three months after suffering a groin injury.

Borini, 25, tore an adductor muscle while taking a free-kick during Saturday's 1-1 Premier League draw at Southampton.

The former Liverpool player's injury is the latest blow to new Sunderland manager David Moyes, who already has to do without goalkeeper Vito Mannone for three months.

Sunderland’s Borini out for three months

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London (AFP) Sunderland forward Fabio Borini has been ruled out for up to three months after suffering a groin injury.

Borini, 25, tore an adductor muscle while taking a free-kick during Saturday's 1-1 Premier League draw at Southampton.

The former Liverpool player's injury is the latest blow to new Sunderland manager David Moyes, who already has to do without goalkeeper Vito Mannone for three months.

Sunderland: In ‘Least Surprising Transfer Of The Summer’ News, David Moyes Signs Yet Another Of His Former Players

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Coming as a surprise to quite literally absolutely nobody, Sunderland have announced the signing of Steven Pienaar on a one-year deal.

The 34-year-old South African winger, who,as you may recall,used to play under David Moyes at Everton, had been training with the Black Cats after being released on a free at the end of last season.

Official: Sunderland Appoint David Moyes As Manager On Four-Year Deal (Photo)

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The sadness seems to flow from your eyes like a fountain from a pool

With Sam Allardyce being sworn in as England's new gaffer shortly before close of play last night, the way was cleared for Sunderland to go ahead and announce his replacement.

That they have done this very morn, with the news that David Moyes has been appointed on a four-year contract.

Reports: Sam Allardyce To Be Appointed As New England Manager ‘Within Next 24 Hours’

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You're looking at the new manager of the England national football team. English football truly has reached its zenith.

Yep, the FA have gone and given the job to Sam Allardyce after interviewing both him and Steve Bruce for the role over the course of the past week or so.

BBC Sport are reporting that Big Sam's appointment is now signed and sealed, with official confirmation due before the end of play on Thursday.

Everton

David Moyes Makes Ballsy Claim He Was Just One Top Notch Striker Away From Winning Title With Everton

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David Moyes has made the balls-out-of-the-bathtub claim that he was one top notch player away from winning the Premier League title with Everton.

In fairness, Moyesdid guide the Toffees to their one and only top-four finish and twice finished fifth, but the Scot reckons that he could have taken the club to even greater heights with the acquisition of just one propergoalscorer.

Sayonara Southampton: Ronald Koeman Has Agreed Terms With Everton, So Says His Agent

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Ronald Koeman is now within the width of a gnat's goolies of becoming the new Everton manager, at least according to his agent.

Koeman's Mr 10%, Rob Jansen, is reported to have told Dutch website Voetbal International that "we have reached an agreement with Everton" and that "now it is up to the clubs" to agree on a compensation package for Koeman, who still has a year to run on his contract at St Mary's.

Tim Howard Pens Emotional Farewell Letter To Everton Ahead Of His Move Back Home

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After a decadeof faithful, shouty service at Everton,the end of the season will see Tim Howard mosey off into the sunset as heprepares to make the final Quantum Leap back home to MLS with the Colorado Rapids.

Understandably, it's all been a bit of a wrench for the 37-year-old goalkeeper, who decided to say farewell tohis adopted Evertonian family by way of an emotional open letter.

Manchester United

Mourinho gives long-term future update on Manchester United attacker

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that winger Adnan Januzaj is included in his plans at Old Trafford, despite his loan move to Sunderland.

The 21-year-old reunited with his former manager David Moyes at the Stadium of Light temporarily after the Belgium international joined the Black Cats on a season-long loan deal on Friday.

Man Utd deal agreed; Talented Premier League winger completes move

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Sunderland have signed Belgian winger Adnan Januzaj on a season-long loan deal from Manchester United.

The 21-year-old has failed to feature in Jose Mourinho’s 23-man squad and will spend the 2016/17 campaign playing for the Black Cats to reunite with his former boss David Moyes.

Januzaj is reportedly keen to leave Man Utd on permanent basis after feeling ‘humiliated’ by Jose Mourinho’s treatment, who has instructed the young attacker to train with the club’s reserve-team players.

Official: Adnan Januzaj Reunites With David Moyes By Joining Sunderland On Loan For The Season

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According to club correspondence, Adnan Januzaj has become the third Manchester United cast-off to join Sunderland in the space of 48 hoursafter finalising a season-long loan move.

The 21-year-old Belgian winger follows fellow younglings Paddy McNair and Donald Love in reuniting with ex-United manager David Moyes at the Black Cats, with the latter pair both leaving Old Traffordon permanent deals on Thursday afternoon.

From England: Man Utd winger wants to leave after being left 'humiliated' by Jose Mourinho

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Belgian winger Adnan Januzaj wants a permanent move away from Manchester United this summer, according to BBC Sport.

Januzaj reportedly feels ‘humiliated’ by Jose Mourinho’s treatment after being instructed to train with the club’s reserve-team players.

Mourinho has identified him surplus to requirements in his plans at Man Utd and the young winger is thought to be closing in on a season-long loan switch to Sunderland, that will see him reunite with his former boss David Moyes.

From England: Man Utd winger wants to leave after being left 'humiliated' by Jose Mourinho

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Belgian winger Adnan Januzaj wants a permanent move away from Manchester United this summer, according to BBC Sport.

Januzaj reportedly feels ‘humiliated’ by Jose Mourinho’s treatment after being instructed to train with the club’s reserve-team players.

Mourinho has identified him surplus to requirements in his plans at Man Utd and the young winger is thought to be closing in on a season-long loan switch to Sunderland, that will see him reunite with his former boss David Moyes.

Sunderland boss David Moyes signs Man Utd's defensive duo

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Sunderland have announced the double signing of Manchester United duo Paddy McNair and Donaldo Love for a transfer fee of £5.5 million.

The defensive pair have both signed a four-year contract with the Black Cats after failing to feature in Jose Mourinho’s plans at Man Utd.

Good luck to Paddy McNair and Donald Love, who have both completed permanent moves to Sunderland.

From England: Sunderland boss David Moyes confirms interest to sign Man Utd pair

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Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has declared Sunderland’s desire to sign Red Devils’ duo Marouane Fellaini and Adnan Januzaj.

The Black Cats appointment Moyes as the immediate successor of Sam Allardyce, who accepted the lucrative offer to become the new head coach of England’s national team last month.

David Moyes wants Adnan Januzaj reunion at Sunderland

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Newly appointed Sunderland boss David Moyes wants to sign Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj on loan this summer.

Moyes was announced as Sam Allardyce’s successor last week after the Englishman was appointment as the new head coach of the Three Lions’ national team.

Januzaj was considered as one of the best young prospects in world football after netting four goals and providing three assists in just 15 league starts under David Moyes in the 2013/14 campaign.

Why Mourinho? How Manchester United, locked in an existential crisis, turned to Jose

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Man Utd boss Mourinho boasts ‘big clubs need big managers’

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London (AFP) Jose Mourinho boasted that giant clubs needed the best managers as he took over at Manchester United on Friday.

Mourinho said he wanted to bury the past three years at Old Trafford, which saw David Moyes and then his own mentor Louis van Gaal struggle to emulate the title-studded success achieved by legendary manager Alex Ferguson.

Man Utd boss Mourinho boasts ‘big clubs need big managers’

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London (AFP) Jose Mourinho boasted that giant clubs needed the best managers as he took over at Manchester United on Friday.

Mourinho said he wanted to bury the past three years at Old Trafford, which saw David Moyes and then his own mentor Louis van Gaal struggle to emulate the title-studded success achieved by legendary manager Alex Ferguson.

Big clubs need big managers, boasts Man Utd boss Mourinho

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London (AFP) Jose Mourinho boasted that giant clubs needed the best managers as he took over at Manchester United on Friday.

Mourinho said he wanted to bury the past three years at Old Trafford, which saw David Moyes and then his own mentor Louis van Gaal struggle to emulate the title-studded success achieved by legendary manager Alex Ferguson.

Big clubs need big managers, boasts Man Utd boss Mourinho

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London (AFP) Jose Mourinho boasted that giant clubs needed the best managers as he took over at Manchester United on Friday.

Mourinho said he wanted to bury the past three years at Old Trafford, which saw David Moyes and then his own mentor Louis van Gaal struggle to emulate the title-studded success achieved by legendary manager Alex Ferguson.

Manchester United sack managers the hard way

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) There is no easy way to sack a Premier League manager and Manchester United have found that out the hard way with their dismissal of Louis Van Gaal.

Some are calling the manner of the Dutchman's departure from United a "public relations disaster" for England's most famous club as it prepares to name Jose Mourinho.

Manchester United sack managers the hard way

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) There is no easy way to sack a Premier League manager and Manchester United have found that out the hard way with their dismissal of Louis Van Gaal.

Some are calling the manner of the Dutchman's departure from United a "public relations disaster" for England's most famous club as it prepares to name Jose Mourinho.

Giggs has to stay if he’s ever going to get his dream job

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With Manchester United taking an age to confirm that Louis van Gaal has been sacked and that Ryan Giggs has been offered a different role within the club, reportedly a downgraded position from assistant manager, it's worth speculating what the future may hold for United's most successful ever player.

Van Gaal sacked by Manchester United — reports

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London (AFP) Louis Van Gaal's time as manager of Manchester United appeared to be nearing its end on Monday, amid reports that agreement on a severance package was all that stood in the way of his exit from Old Trafford.

Both Van Gaal and leading employment lawyer Paul Gilroy were seen entering United's Carrington training ground on Monday following reports that former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was poised to replace the Dutchman.

Van Gaal sacked by Manchester United — reports

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London (AFP) Louis Van Gaal's time as manager of Manchester United appeared to be nearing its end on Monday, amid reports that agreement on a severance package was all that stood in the way of his exit from Old Trafford.

Both Van Gaal and leading employment lawyer Paul Gilroy were seen entering United's Carrington training ground on Monday following reports that former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was poised to replace the Dutchman.

Manchester United’s treatment of Louis van Gaal is nothing short of a disgrace – and needs reviewing

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As the pressure grew on the encumbered Manchester United manager, with just the FA Cup offering the last vestiges of hope for any kind of salvation, pundits, fans and even former United players...

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Van Gaal ‘on his way out of Man Utd’

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London (AFP) Louis Van Gaal's time as manager of Manchester United appeared to be nearing its end on Monday, amid reports that agreement on a severance package was all that stood in the way of his exit from Old Trafford.

Both Van Gaal and leading employment lawyer Paul Gilroy were seen entering United's Carrington training ground early on Monday following reports that former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was poised to replace the Dutchman.

Van Gaal ‘on his way out of Man Utd’

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London (AFP) Louis Van Gaal's time as manager of Manchester United appeared to be nearing its end on Monday, amid reports that agreement on a severance package was all that stood in the way of his exit from Old Trafford.

Both Van Gaal and leading employment lawyer Paul Gilroy were seen entering United's Carrington training ground early on Monday following reports that former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was poised to replace the Dutchman.

Van Gaal ‘on his way out of Man Utd’

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London (AFP) Louis Van Gaal's time as manager of Manchester United appeared to be nearing its end on Monday, amid reports that agreement on a severance package was all that stood in the way of his exit from Old Trafford.

Both Van Gaal and leading employment lawyer Paul Gilroy were seen entering United's Carrington training ground early on Monday following reports that former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was poised to replace the Dutchman.

Van Gaal ‘on his way out of Man Utd’

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London (AFP) Louis Van Gaal's time as manager of Manchester United appeared to be nearing its end on Monday, amid reports that agreement on a severance package was all that stood in the way of his exit from Old Trafford.

Both Van Gaal and leading employment lawyer Paul Gilroy were seen entering United's Carrington training ground early on Monday following reports that former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was poised to replace the Dutchman.

Manchester United ‘sack Van Gaal’

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London (AFP) Louis van Gaal has been sacked as manager of Manchester United, several British media outlets reported Monday, amid speculation he will be replaced by Jose Mourinho.

Both van Gaal and leading employment lawyer Paul Gilroy were seen entering United's Carrington training ground at around 8:45 am local time (0745 GMT) on Monday.

Manchester United ‘sack Van Gaal’

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London (AFP) Louis van Gaal has been sacked as manager of Manchester United, several British media outlets reported Monday, amid speculation he will be replaced by Jose Mourinho.

Both van Gaal and leading employment lawyer Paul Gilroy were seen entering United's Carrington training ground at around 8:45 am local time (0745 GMT) on Monday.

The Next King of Scotland? Assessing 8 candidates to be the next Celtic manager

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A return to Celtic may be David Moyes’ next best path in management

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"I'm going to wait until the summer time and make a decision in the summer time," David Moyes recently told Sky Sports. The former Preston North End, Everton, Manchester United and Real Sociedad manager was addressing the issue of the impending opening at Celtic.

Moyes noted that there are a lot of teams that will "interest" him.

A return to Celtic may be David Moyes’ next best path in management

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"I'm going to wait until the summer time and make a decision in the summer time," David Moyes recently told Sky Sports. The former Preston North End, Everton, Manchester United and Real Sociedad manager was addressing the issue of the impending opening at Celtic.

Moyes noted that there are a lot of teams that will "interest" him.

The Rest

Official: Celtic Appoint Ex-Liverpool Boss Brendan Rodgers As New Manager

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Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has been chosen as the man to replace Ronny Deila at Celtic.

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Sacked by Liverpool back in October, Rodgers saw off competition from the likes of David Moyes, Neil Lennon and Roy Keane to secure the job with the Glasgow giants.

Celtic bigwig Dermot Desmond apparently played a pivotal role in the getting the Ballymena-born Rodgers to sign on the dotted line for the Bhoys, who are desperate toreassert their credentials after a number of disappointing performances in Europe.