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Sunderland News

Monday, May 22, 2017

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Two long-serving legends have advised the defender not to move hastily into retirement after ending his Blues career in glory
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The Wearsiders are now on the hunt for a new manager after the Scotsman informed them of his decision to walk away in a meeting in London on Monday
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The England front man confirmed his place as the Premier League's top scorer for the second season in a row and Spurs must match his talents
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The Manchester United man impressed against Crystal Palace, while the Tottenham striker netted a hat-trick against Hull City
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The Italian coach believes a smooth transition to his tactical approach played an important role in the club reclaiming domestic dominance

Sunday, May 21, 2017

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Star turns from Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester United figure prominently, with Wigan and West Brom among the favoured opponents for goal-getters
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Premier League champions Chelsea ended their campaign with a 5-1 win over Sunderland as John Terry said farewell to Stamford Bridge.
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The Blues fans paid tribute to their captain in spectacular fashion at Stamford Bridge ahead of their final league match of the season
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The defender appeared on the verge of tears as he recorded a touching message for the Blues support ahead of Sunday's clash against Sunderland
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The Blues star has won his third individual award of the season to cap a superb campaign with Antonio Conte's champions
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Everything you need to know ahead of Sunday's Premier League fixture, with Antonio Conte's Blues waiting to lift their league title after the match

Friday, May 19, 2017

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The former striker expressed admiration for the supporters who chose not to attend the Gunners' second-last home game of the 2017-18 season
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The shot-stopper is expected to be one of the in-demand players of the transfer window, and the Black Cats boss has hit out at his perceived valuation
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Despite their Premier League title win, some Blues stars continue to be linked to moves away, but the manager says they must show they want to stay
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Our Fantasy writer looks at players from Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea who could well be playing their last game for their clubs