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Sunderland News

Monday, May 16, 2016

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The manager was not amused as he saw two strikes from his men ruled out at Vicarage Road, but he was otherwise happy after escaping relegation
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The Hornets twice come from behind as a Troy Deeney penalty ensures both sides end the season with a point at Vicarage Road

Sunday, May 15, 2016

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Sam Allardyce's side were left cursing the officials following a draw with Watford to end their Premier League campaign
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With little left to be decided on the final day of the Premier League season Paddy Power are offering all new customers a choice of huge enhanced prices when opening an account

Saturday, May 14, 2016

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The Spaniard will take charge at Vicarage Road for the final time on Sunday, rounding off the season against the Black Cats, who narrowly avoided the Premier League drop

Friday, May 13, 2016

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The Black Cats preserved their top-flight status on Wednesday with victory over Everton and their maanger says he wants to speak to the chairman about plans for the future

Thursday, May 12, 2016

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The Black Cats secured survival on Wednesday with a home win over Everton, but their Italian goalkeeper wants to steer clear of relegation battles in future
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Sam Allardyce is building something "really big" at Sunderland after guiding the club to safety and should see out his career with the club, says Niall Quinn
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The Magpies boss began the season at the helm of one of the world's biggest clubs but ends it with an ignominious relegation to English football's second tier
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The former Manchester United defender has hailed the accomplishment of his side but insists they must not be dragged into a similar fight for survival next season
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The former Bayern Munich defender, who won the Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal in Germany, has likened the Black Cats' survival to lifting a league title after they beat Everton 3-0
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The Black Cats secured their survival with an emphatic 3-0 victory over Everton on Wednesday evening, much to the delight of the former Tottenham and Portsmouth forward
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Van Aalholt and Kone sealed survival for the Black Cats with one game still left to play, and the manager was delighted with how his charges improved in 2016
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The Black Cats dispatched Everton on Wednesday night to preserve their top-flight status and send rivals Newcastle down, with Big Sam plotting their survival perfectly
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Sunderland emerged victorious against Everton on Wednesday, thus condemning both their fierce north-east rivals and Alex Neil's men to the Championship next season
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Patrick van Aanholt opened the scoring and Lamine Kone hit a double as the north-east club sent their neighbours and rivals down on Wednesday, as well as Norwich
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The hosts can guarantee themselves Premier League football for the coming season if they take three points at the Stadium of Light. Follow LIVE with Goal!
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