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Steven Fletcher has moved to the Stadium of Light for £14m

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Wolves hitman Steven Fletcher handed in a transfer request and did not feature in the defeat at Leeds, amid rumours he will soon be joining Sunderland in a £15million deal

Sunderland finally agree deal with Wolves for striker Steven Fletcher

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Asamoah Gyan edges closer to Sunderland exit

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Wayne Rooney of Manchester United celebrates his goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Sunderland and Manchester United

Manchester United lose out to City on dramatic final day

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Junior Hoilett's stock has risen this season despite Blackburn's woes

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Light fantastic: Sunderland scorer Nicklas Bendtner (left) with Lee Cattermole

Coyle thankful for Davies' loyalty as double keeps Bolton in business

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Mask in glory: Nicklas Bendtner grabs the winner during a scrappy contest

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Striker Nicklas Bendtner has admitted he may not stay at Sunderland even if he is offered the opportunity.

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Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is determined to hang on to his key players as he plans a bright future on Wearside.

No goals at Sunderland deepens Wolves' relegation worries

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Everton manager David Moyes claims he made a mistake in not resting more players for this month's Merseyside derby in order to help the club's FA Cup run.

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Everton boss David Moyes delighted with striker Nikica Jelavic

Everton boss David Moyes hailed the impact of striker Nikica Jelavic after he inspired his side to an FA Cup quarter-final replay victory at Sunderland.

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North-East club get wise to Financial Fair Play by opening Stadium of Light doors to Springsteen

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