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Sunderland must keep Dick Advocaat, pleads club legend Niall Quinn
Sunderland legend Niall Quinn has pleaded with the club's owner to convince Dick Advocaat to stay after the Dutchman guided his side to Premier League safety on Wednesday night.
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Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat a longer deal after the Black Cats achieved Premier League safety. #Sunderland #Football
Niall Quinn tells Sunderland: 'Hire Dick Advocaat' - Sports Mole
Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat a longer deal after the Black Cats achieved Premier League safety.
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Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat a longer deal after the Black Cats achieved Premier League safety. #Sunderland #Football
Niall Quinn tells Sunderland: 'Hire Dick Advocaat' - Sports Mole
Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat a longer deal after the Black Cats achieved Premier League safety.
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https://plus.google.com/100213909738996741188 Premier League news from Sports Mole : Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat...
Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat a longer deal after the Black Cats achieved Premier League safety. #Sunderland #Football #PremierLeague
Niall Quinn tells Sunderland: 'Hire Dick Advocaat' - Sports Mole
Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat a longer deal after the Black Cats achieved Premier League safety.
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Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat a longer deal after the Black Cats achieved Premier League safety. #Sunderland #Football
Niall Quinn tells Sunderland: 'Hire Dick Advocaat' - Sports Mole
Former Sunderland player and chairman Niall Quinn says that the club must offer manager Dick Advocaat a longer deal after the Black Cats achieved Premier League safety.
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This is a psychological moment for Arsenal to rise like phonex from ashes on a wheel to wheel game against Manchester united on Sunday at oldtraford, following their defeat against Swansea (0-1). now Wenger, the manager and as a fan him self has to keep his foot firmly on the accelerator to convince and sure his boss that he worthy that job next season.
''if Nemanja Matic played in arsenal how better it could be ?''laments -Niall Quinn former arsenal player .some of you will disagree with me of course but that what the comment section is for .
arsenal better wake up before the situation change otherwise................................................................. 
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Backing Johnson Could See Club Face Controversy
Guest blogger Kelly Cooper gives her opinion on the decision made by Sunderland AFC to continue to back Adam Johnson following charges made against him relating to sexual activity with an underage girl.
This morning, Sunderland AFC issued the following statement following charges being brought against Adam Johnson following his arrest seven and a half weeks ago relating to accusations of engaging in sexual activity with a 15 year old girl:

"Following yesterday’s statement from Durham Constabulary, the club recognises that the formal legal process must take its course and whilst our position remains unchanged, we will keep the matter under review. The club will not be making any further comment."

Upon the initial arrest of Johnson the club immediately suspended his contract and he was released on bail by the police pending further investigation. When new head coach Dick Advocaat joined the club, Johnson’s suspension was lifted.
The club faced criticism in the media for the reversal, especially in the wake of high profile celebrity sex abuse cases and the recent Ched Evans saga. The bail date was extended, but yesterday Durham Constabulary announced Johnson had appeared to face charges of three counts of engaging in sexual activity with a minor, and one of grooming.
Johnson - wealthy, young and talented, of course - provides the perfect target for a mass media that have for years thrived on Premier League sex scandals. His £10m price tag and England playing record has only fuelled national interest. Outlets such as The Sun continued to publish details of the circumstances of his arrest, including a manipulated photograph of the alleged girl involved, despite Durham Constabulary warnings of liability in identification of the victim or in anyway compromising her anonymity.
It must be reiterated that comparisons to the Ched Evans case are contentious, as he was trialed and imprisoned for his sex offence and technically Johnson remains innocent in the eyes of the law. But today’s decision confirming his availability for selection, in the club’s effort to survive relegation, is undeniably going to cause questioning of the club’s stance and huge media criticism. The PFA, an association representing footballer’s interests, has too released a statement reiterating his right to a fair hearing and suggesting they stand in line with Sunderland’s view of innocence until proven otherwise.
Traditionally, Sunderland’s club stance has been hard-line toward players involved in legal controversy. Former defender Titus Bramble was not allowed to resume playing until he was cleared at Newcastle Crown Court of sex offences. The zero-policy era towards club morality has prematurely left handfuls of former players out of favour and sold off, including Sean Thornton, Liam Lawrence, Chris Brown and Ben Alnwick. Since these decisions though, there have been many changes at the top level at the club and perhaps Chief Executive Margaret Byrne’s criminal law background has influenced the club’s decision to stand alongside Johnson pending the trial outcome.
While it is true he remains innocent until proven guilty it is debatable whether it is morally right for him to remain in Sunderland shirt given that the CPS and Durham Police have clearly established what they consider adequate evidence for a trial. For a club who prides itself on its’ family-friendly atmosphere, offering price incentives to local school children and families buying season ticket deals; any accusations of child sex offences associated with a current player has to be worrying and the decision is likely to split the fan base.
Huge media scrutiny on the decision should be expected, and especially given his inclusion in tomorrow’s squad against Stoke City. Already opposition fans have sang bad taste and inappropriate songs about the accusations, and this will surely intensify now Johnson has been officially charged. One can wonder how a twenty-seven year old with a long-term partner and young child can possibly be in the right frame of mind to play under such incredible scrutiny in front of large crowds with this hanging on his mind, but I digress.
I have a feeling that the scrutiny we will see will be on level intensity, if not probably worse, that that felt during the appointment of Paolo Di Canio. I hope not, as it is not the kind of publicity the club needs right now, especially when struggling. I worry about the public image of the club, standing by someone accused of such offences, and hope the decision has not been taken for financial reasons or desperation toward our league position.
I personally do not agree with the club’s decision and fear it risks tarnishing our name in the national press. I have had a season ticket to attend games with my parents since I was four years old, and have always prided myself on the club’s family atmosphere. One has to doubt whether this decision would have been taken with the precedents a few years ago, under the nostalgic era under the Chairmanship of Niall Quinn. No matter how good a player is they ultimately come and go.
One thing is constant and that is the club and our reputation, especially amongst our supporters. No one is bigger or more important than that.



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Backing Johnson Could See Club Face Controversy - NewZwolf.com
Guest blogger Kelly Cooper gives her opinion on the decision made by Sunderland AFC to continue to back Adam Johnson following charges made against him relating to sexual activity with an underage girl. This morning, Sunderland AFC issued the following statement following charges being brought against Adam Johnson following his arrest seven and a half weeks ago relating to accusations of engaging in sexual activity with a 15 year old girl: "Foll...
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Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide between the club and the supporters. #NewcastleUnited #Football #PremierLeague
Niall Quinn: 'Mike Ashley has lost connection with Newcastle United fans' - Sports Mole
Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide between the club and the supporters.
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Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide between the club and the supporters. #NewcastleUnited #Football
Niall Quinn: 'Mike Ashley has lost connection with Newcastle United fans' - Sports Mole
Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide between the club and the supporters.
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https://plus.google.com/112417516022028351885 Football news from Sports Mole : Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide...
Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide between the club and the supporters. #NewcastleUnited #Football
Niall Quinn: 'Mike Ashley has lost connection with Newcastle United fans' - Sports Mole
Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide between the club and the supporters.
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https://plus.google.com/109101319790427738010 Soccer news from Sports Mole : Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide...
Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide between the club and the supporters. #NewcastleUnited #Football
Niall Quinn: 'Mike Ashley has lost connection with Newcastle United fans' - Sports Mole
Former Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn says that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has created a divide between the club and the supporters.
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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : Top Of The Shots: Sunderland's Best Goals From Strikers We complete our 'best goal scored eleven' by...
Top Of The Shots: Sunderland's Best Goals From Strikers
We complete our 'best goal scored eleven' by taking a look at the greatest goals scored by our forwards.


For the last time, we bring you a compilation of the greatest goals scored by a Sunderland player from certain positions.
In this weeks edition, we take a look at the goals scored by the fantastic array of striking talent we've had the pleasure to see represent the club.
Vying to join our team of wonder strikes is a bumper package of goals all worthy of inclusion for you to pick and choose from.
Electrifying strikes such as Super Kev's thunderbolt against Chelsea and explosive derby day goals are among the choices in this exciting package.
In a quick review of the rules, there's only one goal per player to be included and they must have been scored from open play.

Next week, we'll bring you the final selected team of goals, which you've voted for throughout the feature.
After six weeks of selection, we've seen the greatest goals ever scored by the Black Cats and now we're just two strikers short from a full team.
Recapping the team so far, we have the former Estonian number one, Mart Poom in goal. In defence, we have Nedum Onuoha, Andy Melville, Gary Bennett and Kieran Richardson.
Our midfield see's last week's winner Carlos Edwards at right midfield, with Bolo Zenden, Lee Cattermole and David Vaughan alongside him.
Who will fill the striking spots? Review the goals below and pick your favourite!

The contenders:


Vic Halom v Manchester City
Everything about this goal really. The occasion of the match, the atmosphere in Roker, the significance of the goal and, of course, the strike itself. Amazing.





Niall Quinn v Port Vale
Sir Niall's greatest goal for the club has to be this audacious chip against Port Vale back in '98, which put the lads three to the good after twenty minutes.


Stephen Elliott v Newcastle
In a pulsating derby back in 2005, Sleeves got the lads back on level terms immediately after conceding during a whirlwind 7 minutes.



Fraizer Campbell v Norwich
After a substantial lay off through injury, Fraizer returned with a bang, which saw him earn an England call up. During this hot patch of, shall we say, resurgent form, Campbell scored this wonderful volley against the Canaries.



Jermain Defoe v Newcastle
The fifth goal of the choices. Fifth. Five. Did I say it was the fifth goal choice already? Oh, how appropriate it's Defoe's goal that made it five in a row against them up the road. What a coincidence. Re-watch and enjoy Jermain make it five in a row.
Five.





Darren B£nt v Manchester United
Surprisingly, Moneyboy actually scored a goal that wasn't a well smelt out tap in/one and one/penalty. His best goal for club came at Old Trafford with a well took 7th minute strike to beat Ben Foster in the United net.



Kevin Phillips v Chelsea
There's not been many better goals that have graced the Stadium of Light than Super Kev's one against the Blues. In a 4-1 revengeful win against the London outfit, Phillips but the lads two-nil up after twenty three minutes with this thing of beauty.



Kenwyne Jones v Reading
In his first home game for the lads, the 6 million pound signing from Southampton showed us all why we spent the money with this fantastic swivel and long range effort, setting us on our way to a 2-1 win against relegation rivals Reading back in 2007.



Dennis Tueart v Oxford
After only three minutes, Dennis put the lads ahead with this absolutely tremendous goal against the U's back in 1973. Sunderland went on to win 1-0 that day, banishing memories from their last visit to the Manor Ground, which they lost 5-1.



Marco Gabbiadini v Newcastle
I couldn't not put this into the selection. Fondly remembered for this goal, Marco killed Newcastle off in the 85th minute to make it 2-0 and send Sunderland on to a Play-Off Final against Swindon Town.





That's all your choices. Choose your favourite and vote for it below.
Remember to return next week for the final week, where we bring you the complete ‘Best Goal Scored Eleven'.






Poll
Which Sunderland striker scored the best goal from the contenders above?



Vic Halom v Manchester City

Niall Quinn v Port Vale

Stephen Elliott v Newcastle

Fraizer Campbell v Norwich

Jermain Defoe v Newcastle

Darren B£nt v Manchester United

Kevin Phillips v Chelsea

Kenwyne Jones v Reading

Dennis Tueart v Oxford

Marco Gabbiadini v Newcastle
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Top Of The Shots: Sunderland's Best Goals From Strikers - NewZwolf.com
We complete our 'best goal scored eleven' by taking a look at the greatest goals scored by our forwards. For the last time, we bring you a compilation of the greatest goals scored by a Sunderland player from certain positions. In this weeks edition, we take a look at the goals scored by the fantastic array of striking talent we've had the pleasure to see represent the club. Vying to join our team of wonder strikes is a bumper package of goals a...
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Top of The Shots: Sunderland's Greatest Goal Scored XI
We unveil the best goal scored eleven, as voted by you, the Roker Report readers.
Have you ever wanted to see a Sunderland line up selected solely by the greatest goals scored by players donning the red and white stripes?
Of course you have, and over the past eight weeks we've brought you a vast number of fantastic goals scored by the Black Cats to pick and choose from to create such a team.
From last minute equalisers to out of the blue wonder-strikes, the team is cram-packed with some of the most memorable moments in the history of Sunderland.
So, without further adieu, here is your Sunderland AFC ‘Best Goal Scored 11'.



The team:
Goalkeeper: Mart Poom.
In goal, it could have only been one person. The big Estonian rose up like a salmon to head the lads back on level terms in the 90th minute, seconds after Ian Taylor had given the Rams the lead. It so happened that this was the first visit back to the previously named Pride Park for Poom after he officially departed the Derbyshire club for the lads back in 2003.







Left Back: Kieran Richardson.
Moved into a left wing back-esque role, Kieran impressed the on-looking, newly appointed Martin O'Neil with this wonderful counter-attacking goal, which saw Richo run the entire length of the pitch to put the lads ahead.





Right Back: Nedum Onuoha.
Dribbling around the defending champions, Nedum's unexpected slalom gave the lads a deserved opener in one of the club's greatest victories. On loan from Manchester City for the season, Nedum kindly left this behind for Sunderland fans to cherish for decades to come.









Centre Back: Andy Melville.
Andy wrapped up the three points in a 3-1 victory with this technically brilliant finish. Struck with the inside the right foot, placed in the top corner and against his former employers, the goal had it all.



Centre Back: Gary Bennett.
One of only a few positive moments of the 90/91 season, Gary produced a moment of magic in the 89th minute to secure the three points against Manchester United.





Left Midfield: Boudewijn Zenden.
In probably one of the craziest games at the SOL since its opening, which saw disallowed goals, penalties galore and Michael Jackson dances, Bolo scored one of the greatest goals the stadium will ever see. A volley of utter perfection from the Dutchman finally sealed an impressive 3-1 win against Spurs.



Right Midfield: Carlos Edwards.
From the banks of the wear, Carlos smashed us into the lead and effectively the Premiership with this, well, simply indescribable counter attacking strike against Burnley.



Centre Midfield: Lee Cattermole.
With an exciting vibe around Sunderland heading into the new season, the lads started in a great way thanks to a rare and exquisite strike by Lee, Lee, Lee Cattermole.







Centre Midfield: David Vaughan.
Topping off a wonderful day at the Sports Direct Arena, Vaughan controlled Stephane Sessegnon's pass, after a great run by the Benin international, and smashed the ball into the top right corner to send the fans, players and Di Canio into delirium.





Striker: Jermain Defoe.
Making it five in a row against the nearest and dearest, Jermain Defoe scored an emotion-triggering goal that secured a crucial three points in the clubs quest for Premier League survival.



Striker: Kevin Phillips.
In a revenging victory against Chelsea, the big and little man combination of Niall Quinn and Kevin Phillips saw Sunderland take a four-nil lead into half time. Within the goal fest, Super Kev smashed in one of the greatest goals scored at the Stadium of Light.



So there we have it, this is your 'SAFC's best goal scored XI', chosen by you!

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