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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.

The Best Bits: Sunderland 0-1 Liverpool (Photos)

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Sunderland 0-1 Liverpool Premier League 30th December 2015

A Christian Benteke goal secured Liverpool all three points at the Stadium of Light in the last top-flight game of 2015.

The hosts forced Black Cat's 'keeper Vito Mannone into a number of fine saves, with Brazilian attackerRoberto Firmino going close.

Sunderland Players Offer Ticket Refund To Supporters Who Traveled To Southampton

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Yesterday, Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone suggested that Black Cats players should reimburse supporters who had traveled to St Mary's on Saturday only to witness the club fall to a humiliating 8-0 defeat against Southampton.

"I will personally talk to the team to see if it is possible to pay [for the fans'] tickets and their trip," Mannone said.

Sunderland keeper Vito Mannone wants to refund fans who travelled to Southampton

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Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone will this morning ask his team-mates to help him reimburse supporters who witnessed the 8-0 capitulation at...

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Sunderland vs Manchester United Predicted Lineups

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Sunderland entertain Manchester United on Sunday afternoon in what will be the latest indicator to Louis Van Gaal as to how much work still needs to be done to this broken United squad.

Sunderland go into the game as the form side out of the two clubs, and there is a real feel that they will go on to inflict yet more misery on the beleaguered Red Devils.

VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Sunderland fan on Wembley and RvP

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In preparation for the 2014-15 season, The Republik of Mancunia has spoken to fans of all the clubs in the Premier League about last season, next season, their own clubs and their thoughts on United.

Colin Randall is the editor of Salut! Sunderland. Follow @salutsunderland on Twitter.

Former Manchester City Goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon Joins Sunderland On a Free Transfer

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Ex-Manchester City stopper Costel Pantilimon has joined Sunderland on a free transfer. The 6ft 8in Romanian was released from City after completing three seasons at the Etihad Stadium. Pantilimon is the tallest player in the Premier League and his arrival up north will surely daunt Vito Mannone as they battle for the number 1 spot.

Transfer Window Review: Sunderland

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PIC: Emanuele Giaccherini in the new 2013-14 home kit! pic.twitter.com/HwSBS1l5zs Sunderland AFC (@SAFCofficial) July 16, 2013 Five word review: Rip it up, start again In: Jozy Altidore (AZ Alkmaar, £6.5m), Emanuele Giaccherini (Juventus, £6.5m), Charis Mavrias (Panathinaikos, £3m), Vito Mannone (Arsenal, £1.

Sunderland vs Fulham: Match Preview and Projected Lineups

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Sunderland have almost completely rebuilt their entire squad under Paolo di Canio this summer. However, with major movement and ins and outs there is a learning curve between the players that is going to take some time to get used to.

It is a completely different ball game when you just add two to three new players, but having signed ten new players this summer Sunderland are certain to have a completely new first team for the better part of the first half of the season as all the players come together.

Arsenal

Video- Wes Brown and Vito Mannone Errors Alexis Sanchez Goals Sunderland vs Arsenal 0-2 Highlights 2014

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So pleased for Mannone

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By 1970's Gooner I have been watching the Sunderland games with much more interest since Vito Mannone became first choice for them. He has been excellent for Sunderland. His decision making, shot stopping and passing have improved no end. I liked him a lot during his Arsenal days. It was apparent to me thathe had the build and the courage that a goalkeeper needs to succeed.

Wenger saves some Mannone as Villa await!

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SO just like that the Premier League is back. Summer's sun seems a long time ago and it's strange to think that we have sat through months of transfer speculation and tenuous links to reach the first game of the season with fewer additions than I used to manage in maths class! Arsenal's ever-expanding pre-season tour was a PR success by all accounts and a travelling masterclass by their holiday coordinator!

Wenger saves some Mannone as Villa await!

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SO just like that the Premier League is back. Summer's sun seems a long time ago and it's strange to think that we have sat through months of transfer speculation and tenuous links to reach the first game of the season with fewer additions than I used to manage in maths class! Arsenal's ever-expanding pre-season tour was a PR success by all accounts and a travelling masterclass by their holiday coordinator!

Gunners goalkeeper joins Black Cats

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Sky Sportsis reporting that 25 year old Arsenal keeper Vito Mannone yesterday inked a contract with Premier League side Sunderland. The young goal-stopper has received limited playing time while in north London but has shown his potential when he was playing for the first team.

During the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 seasons, Mannone was sent to Hull City to gain first team experience.

Backpage Roundup: Rooney Needed to Scare Opposition, Arsenal’s Bids for Bender and Grenier Rejected, Arshavin Was Battling Depression, Mannone, Cesar and More

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Rooney Needed to Scare 'the Opposition' Wilshere

Jack Wilshere believes that Wayne Rooney would add some much needed intimidation factor to the Arsenal squad, and so the club should do everything to recruit him. (The Sun)

The 21-year-old midfielder feels that the Gunners aren't as fearsome as they used to be and have also forgotten how to win trophies.

Arsenal Transfer Round Up: Gunners target £12m Manchester City defender

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Arsenal Transfer Round Up: Gunners target £12m Manchester City defender - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Arsenal have made the first move for Manchester United's striker Wayne Rooney, by submitting a formal bid of £20million for the England international.

The 27-year-old is unsettled at the Old Trafford club and could make a move in the summer.

Should Szczesny be replaced?

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It's widely expected that Arsenal will sign a new goalkeeper during the summer transfer window. There is little doubt that we need a reliable, experienced and talented ‘keeper, something that has been sadly lacking since the departure of David Seaman in 2003. I mean no disrespect to Jens Lehman but his erratic behaviour and volatile temperament, which led to him being nicknamed Mad Jens, indicates to me his unreliability.

Should Szczesny be replaced?

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It's widely expected that Arsenal will sign a new goalkeeper during the summer transfer window. There is little doubt that we need a reliable, experienced and talented ‘keeper, something that has been sadly lacking since the departure of David Seaman in 2003. I mean no disrespect to Jens Lehman but his erratic behaviour and volatile temperament, which led to him being nicknamed Mad Jens, indicates to me his unreliability.

Goalkeeper surprised by Gunners form

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Wojciech Szczesny admits that Arsenal's inconsistent form and a lowly Premier League position 15 matches into the season has left him stunned, but he is confident that the team will turn it around in the weeks ahead.

The Gunners have started the festive period disastrously in the Premier League, picking up only two points in their last three outings and a lack of consistency has followed them in Europe as well.

Arsenal vs. Fulham: 4 Key Battles Ahead of This Weekend’s Clash at the Emirates Stadium

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In the Premier League's only all-London tie of the weekend, Arsenal host city neighbours Fulham on match-day 11 of what has already been an exciting campaign. It would be fair to say that both sides have experienced somewhat unexpected fortunes so far this term. The Gunners' start to the seasons represents their worst under manager Arsene Wenger, while the Cottagers are flying high with their most productive opening ten-game spell since the 2003-4 campaign.

Some Fighting Spirit Returns

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Arsenal: Mannone, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Vermaelen, Wilshere, Arteta, Cazorla, Walcott, Giroud, Podolski. subs: Shea, Santos, Djourou, Jenkinson, Coquelin, Arshavin, Chamakh.

The line-up was greeted warmly with Koscielny in for Santos who was too busy putting bsr's shirt on Ebay and Theo playing right side instead of the injured, flying winger Rambo.

Some Fighting Spirit Returns

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Arsenal: Mannone, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Vermaelen, Wilshere, Arteta, Cazorla, Walcott, Giroud, Podolski. subs: Shea, Santos, Djourou, Jenkinson, Coquelin, Arshavin, Chamakh.

The line-up was greeted warmly with Koscielny in for Santos who was too busy putting bsr's shirt on Ebay and Theo playing right side instead of the injured, flying winger Rambo.

Could Damien Martinez be Arsenal’s Number One in the future?

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Can Martinez become Arsenal's Number 1 in the future? by AH

Damien Martinez is currently Arsenal's 4th choice goalkeeper, with the Argentine behind polish internationals Lukas Fabianski and Wojiech Szczseny and Italian goalkeeper Vito Mannone. Arsenal doesn't currently have a number one with the position going to either Vito Mannone or Wojiech Szczsney.

Reading v Arsenal Preview : Central Walcott

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Flying centrally?

The senior side or the first team, whichever you want to call it, takes a breather today as Arsenal looks to face Reading at the Madejski Stadium in the Fourth Round of the Capital One Cup. This is the competition that was put in the last position by Arsene Wenger and as we've talked to death last week, rightly so.

Arsenal could have Szczesny back for United

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At the Arsenal training session today was the welcome sight of our Polish keeper, Wozciech Szczesny, after missing six weeks out with injury. Arsenal have not said if he is ready to play tomorrow against Reading, but it would be a great boost if our number one was to run out for the Gunners at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Arsenal 1 QPR 0 : Now We Walk

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There's the tongue

That was the crawling part of the process. The first step towards recovering from the successive defeats, the start of what hopefully is more consistent and better performance from us. It wasn't easy, even against a side that is bottom of the table. In truth, it was a dogged performance which reflected where we are in terms of confidence and no big margin thrashing was ever on the cards.

What went wrong? A breakdown of Arsenal’s defense against Schalke

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So by now we all know that Arsenal lost 0-2 to Schalke at home on Wednesday, a game that many Arsenal fans were worried about considering the 0-1 loss at the weekend to bottom of the table Norwich in the Premier League. With a couple of injuries and a far from full strength squad at his disposal, Arsene Wenger put together a team that many would say looked just okay on paper to face the Germans.

Arsenal will not drop Mannone

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A growing number of Arsenal fans are becoming concerned about the reliability, or lack of it, exhibited by our Italian keeper Vito Mannone. With both Polish stoppers, Wojciech Szczesny and Lucasz Fabianski, still in the treatment room there have been calls for Arsene Wenger to give Damien Martinez an opportunity in the first team.

Norwich 1-0 Arsenal – Canaries Score Deserved Win Over Limp Gunners (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Norwich City 1-0 Arsenal Premier League 20th October 2012

Arsenal caught with their pants down at Carrow Road...

Norwich secured their first league win of the season in the late game on Saturday, against a lacklustre Arsenal side who, once again, failed to make their possession count.

Norwich 1 Arsenal 0 : 3 Points Doesn’t Come On A Silver Platter

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Frustrating to watch

We were shit. We were very poor.


Very temped to just leave the entire match review as that because that won't be sugar coating anything. Arsene Wenger also went down the same route in his post match conference, describing the performance as an illusionary domination.

Stuart’s Crazy

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The left wand to be available soon

Hello again. It's been some time since the last one. Just like Mr. Dependable, Mikel Arteta, I'm refreshed and recharged after a short break. The latest international break has come and gone. One major casualty is definitely Theo Walcott, who will be out for at least another 2 weeks after his collision with the San Marino keeper.

Nicklas Bendtner

They can’t beato Vito + other nonsense

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Well, we can't start the morning without mentioning a former Gunner and his part in the most hilariously awful penalty shoot-out I think I've ever seen.

Manchester United were at home against Sunderland in the Capital One Cup, and from their five penalties, they only score one (and even that just crept inside the post).

Mannone leaves, Coq off, Bendtner’s Frankfurt move in doubt

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Morning all.

Let's start with some genuine, actual transfer news, and the decks have been cleared further with the departure of Vito Mannone to Sunderland.

The Italian joined the club some eight years ago, as a teenager from Atalanta, and while he never looked good enough to become the first choice here, he did have his moments.

Lukasz Fabianski

Squad assessment in 140 characters or less (ish)

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This time last year I spent a couple of days doing squad assessment posts, taking look at each player and giving them a grade.

We've been doing end of season ratings over on Arseblog News, but I thought, in order not to drag it out, we could Twitterfy the assessments this year and keep them below 140 characters each (mostly).

Arteta on defence, more thoughts on the goalkeeping situation

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Some interesting words from Mikel Arteta to kick off this week.

There's the usual stuff about how the team expected to win the game, and I've got no issue with that at all. Fans expected us to win the game, why shouldn't the players? For those that would suggest it's arrogance, I don't buy that, and there's a big difference between expecting to win a game and thinking you have the right to win just by turning up.

Arteta on defence, more thoughts on the goalkeeping situation

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Some interesting words from Mikel Arteta to kick off this week.

There's the usual stuff about how the team expected to win the game, and I've got no issue with that at all. Fans expected us to win the game, why shouldn't the players? For those that would suggest it's arrogance, I don't buy that, and there's a big difference between expecting to win a game and thinking you have the right to win just by turning up.

The Rest

Terrible Vito Mannone Fail v Arsenal

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Former Arsenal keeper Vito Mannone was again the fall guy, fresh from last week's 8-0 thrashing at Southampton the Sunderland keeper made another catastrophic error to let in Alexei Sanchez for his second goal!

My head feels like this

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Mrs Blogs sometimes complains that I mangle language and invent words to suit my own purposes. Perhaps more than anyone she should know that I would be suffering a touch of the *boilk* this morning, having witnessed me consume most of the Maker's Mark in the world last night.

So when I declared my brain felt 'crumpened', she suggested, not unreasonably I guess, that I use actual words to describe how I'm feeling rather than make them up myself.

Tottenham Want Barcelona Forward David Villa, But Not For £12m: Nightly Soccer Report

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Here are tonight's world soccer news headlines:

Premier League

  • Tottenham want Barcelona forward David Villa, but not for £12m — The Guardian
  • Chelsea's Marko Marin is set to join Spanish club Sevilla on a season-long loan deal — BBC Sport
  • Dutch international defender Erik Pieters signs 4-year deal with Stoke — Stoke City
  • Newcastle continue to look to France for new recruits as manager Alan Pardew is overruled — Telegraph
  • Cardiff make new offer for Cetic's Victor Wanyama — The Mail
  • Subbuteo catalogue, 1969 — The Football Attic
  • Sunderlandagree fee with Arsenal for goalkeeper Vito Mannone — The Telegraph
  • Newcastle players WILL wear club shirts after Wonga row — The Independent
  • Gary O'Neil to sign new West Ham contract after agreeing terms — Sky Sports
  • Mark Halsey banned from referees' summer conference — The Mail

International soccer

  • Hoddle says England should target Euro 2016 rather than the World Cup to win trophy — BBC Sport
  • Brad Friedel: "U.