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Profile of the Italian footballer Fabio Borini, who currently plays as a midfielder at Sunderland. The 25-year old player Borini joined Sunderland from 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
“Hot-prospect Joel Asoro scored a goal and made another as Sunderland made it four out of four in pre-season.”
 The Shields Gazette Today
“Joel Asoro announced himself to Sunderland supporters on his first senior start for the club, netting the first as the Black Cats beat Dijon 3-2 in France.”
 The Chronicle Yesterday
“Fabio Borini’s 75th-minute penalty ensured a fourth straight friendly win for Sunderland as they beat the newly promoted Ligue 1 side Dijon 3-2. Facebook Twitter Pinterest The Sunderland manager, David Moyes, before the friendly against Dijon.”
 The Guardian Yesterday
“David Moyes secured his second pre-season win in charge of Sunderland with a 3-2 victory over Dijon on Khazri's 58th-minute strike cancelled out by Jeremie Bela, before Fabio Borini converted a late penalty to seal the win for the Black Cats.”
 Sporting Life Yesterday
“Joel Asoro, 17, opened the scoring and supplied an assist for Wahbi Khazri's goal, but it was a penalty from Fabio Borini that completed a 3-2 win for Sunderland against Dijon.”
 Soccerway Yesterday
“A late penalty from Fabio Borini continued Sunderland's unbeaten pre-season record with a 3-2 win over Dijon FC. Sunderland had a bright start to the first half, with a chance from Whabi Khazri before youngster Joel Asoro gave the Black Cats the lead.”
 VAVEL Yesterday
“Asoro then provided the assist for Wahbi Khazri to restore Sunderland’s lead, but this time it was sub Jeremie Bela who equalised. But after Fabio Borini scored from the penalty spot late on, Sunderland closed the game out.”
 The Chronicle Yesterday
“replacing Sam Allardyce David Moyes picked up his first win in charge of Sunderland with a victory over French side Dijon. Goals from Joel Asoro, Wahbi Khazri and Fabio Borini earned a 3-2 triumph as the Black Cats begin life after Sam Allardyce.”
 Mirror Yesterday
“David Moyes continued his unbeaten start as Sunderland manager as Fabio Borini's penalty gave his side a 3-2 victory against Dijon on Wednesday evening.”
 Daily Mail Yesterday
“The Black Cats continued to impress throughout the opening 45 minutes with Fabio Borini and Jack Rodwell both volleying wide, but they were pegged back in the second period as Dylan Bahamboula levelled with 53 minutes on the clock.”
 Sunderland Association Football Club Yesterday
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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