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Profile of the Italian footballer Fabio Borini, who currently plays as a forward at Sunderland. The 24-year old player Borini joined Sunderland from Liverpool and wears the number 9 shirt.

Fabio Borini
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        (Squad number 9)

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Fabio Borini Career
2011Swansea City (loan)9(6)
2011–2012Roma (loan)24(9)
2013–2014Sunderland (loan)32(7)

2008–2009Italy U177(1)
2009–2010Italy U195(3)
2009–2013Italy U2118(6)

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Fabio Borini : Sunderland News
“As the dust settles on the summer transfer window, one eye-catching deal was Fabio Borini’s long awaited move to Sunderland. This article takes a look at the Italian’s ill-fated time at Liverpool.”
“Upon joining Liverpool he said: “This is the biggest club in the world and I’m privileged to be here”.”
 jewocity.com Today
“Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson has admitted that missing a penalty for Sweden in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Russia last October still "hurts".”
 Sports Mole Today
“Fabio Borini is as important to Sunderland in defence as attack, says Kevin Ball. The Italian joined the Black Cats in an £8 million move from Liverpool on Monday.”
 The Chronicle Today
“After Sunderland's woeful start to their league campaign, manager Dick Advocaat made the decision to re-sign Italian striker Fabio Borini from Liverpool, for a fee rumoured to reach £10 million, in an attempt to boost his struggling squad.”
 VAVEL Today
“Younes Kaboul says Sunderland showed signs of their true “spirit and character” at Aston Villa last Saturday. But the Frenchman admits both he and the Black Cats remain a work in progress.”
 The Chronicle Yesterday
“SUNDERLAND legend Kevin Phillips has questioned Fabio Borini’s decision to rejoin the Black Cats 12 months after snubbing the club. Phillips is in no doubt the Italian can flourish at the Stadium of Light as he did during his loan spell two seasons ago.”
 Daily Star Yesterday
“Welcome home Fabio: not three words I would have expected to be writing 12 months ago but nonetheless it’s great to have Borini back in our ranks.”
 Sunderland Echo Yesterday
“Former Sunderland striker Kevin Phillips has questioned whether Fabio Borini is happy to be at the club.”
 Sports Mole Yesterday
“Fabio Borini can be a hit second time around at Sunderland - IF his motivation is right. That’s the view of Kevin Phillips - after Borini became the Black Cats’ seventh signing of the summer transfer window.”
 The Chronicle 2 days ago
Fabio Borini Career Honours
  • Swansea City: Football League Championship play-offs: 2010–11
  • Chelsea: Premier League (1): 2009-10
  • Chelsea: FA Cup (1): 2009-10
  • Sunderland: Football League Cup: Runner-up 2013–14
  • UEFA Euro U-21 Team of the Tournament: 2013

    Source: wikipedia.org

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