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  1. Mignolet: one of three disturbing Sunderland exits or part of sen...

    Colin Randall

    The bitter pill of Simon Mignolet's departure for Liverpool is sweetened for the Sunderland supporter, as it was when Jordan Henderson moved in the same direction two seasons ago, by the protracted and very public negotiating process that preceded it...

    Blog | June 26, 2013
  2. Mignolet: disturbing exit or part of sensible reconstruction?

    Colin Randall

    The bitter pill of Simon Mignolet's departure for Liverpool is sweetened for the Sunderland supporter, as it was when Jordan Henderson moved in the same direction two seasons ago, by the protracted and very public negotiating process that preceded it...

    Blog | June 26, 2013
  3. Sunderland's second win in six days brings safety closer

    Colin Randall

    With one winning Stephane Sessegnon strike and one desperate Simon Mignolet save from his own teammate's bizarre backpass, Sunderland handed Paolo Di Canio victory on his home debut as head coach. Much more important, though the importance of PDC...

    Blog | April 20, 2013
  4. Sunderland ease toward safety with big Everton win.

    Colin Randall

    With one winning Stephane Sessegnon strike and one desperate Simon Mignolet save from his own teammate's bizarre backpass, Sunderland handed Paolo Di Canio victory on his home debut as head coach. Much more important, though the importance of PDC's...

    Blog | April 20, 2013
  5. Craig Gordon's setback highlights the goalkeeper's unhappy lot

    Colin Randall

    Goalkeeping is a precarious pursuit, best practised by those of thick skin. I knew it as a schoolboy, David de Gea knows it now. At our spectacularly different levels, we realise - or, in my case, realised - that as many people remember the fluffe...

    Blog | February 14, 2013