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  • Defoe's story of friendship moves football

    The friendship between six-year old Bradley Lowery, who is a Sunderland supporter and footballer Jermain Defoe moves world football.

  • Moyes confirms he will stay on as Sunderland manager

    Manager David Moyes confirmed on Friday that he will stay in charge of Sunderland next season, but revealed that top scorer Jermain Defoe could leave the club following their relegation to the Championship.

  • David Moyes charged by FA over 'slap' comment

    Sunderland manager David Moyes has been charged by the English Football Association for telling a reporter that she "might get a slap even though you're a woman" during an interview after his side's goalless Premier League draw against Burnley in March.

  • Familiarity breeds contentment for Moyes

    Sunderland manager David Moyes hopes that signing players he has previously worked with will help them settle quicker and boost the club's fight for Premier League survival but has denied his policy is to only target familiar faces.

  • Premier League misery for Toure, Mahrez

    African stars Yaya Toure of Manchester City, Riyad Mahrez of Leicester City and Sadio Mane of Liverpool suffered English Premier League misery at the weekend.

  • Sunderland appoint Moyes

    Sunderland appoint former Manchester United manager David Moyes to replace Sam Allardyce as boss at the Stadium of Light.

  • New map 'Underland' released for Unreal Tournament

    Epic releases a fully meshed Deathmatch level called Underland with the new Unreal Tournament build. This level is designed for 6 to 8 players who fight across a hidden outpost, once lost for a thousand years, that guards the entrance to the massive Underland caverns.

  • Newcastle, Norwich relegated

    Newcastle United and Norwich City were relegated from the Premier League as Sunderland secured their survival with a 3-0 victory over Everton.

  • Man United to renew rivalry with Liverpool

    Wayne Rooney plans to send Jurgen Klopp into another frustrated touchline frenzy by ruining the Liverpool manager's first taste of his club's bitter rivalry with Manchester United