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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
“From reportedly having no money to spend on vital team strengthening, Moyes is now said to have some room for manoeuvre, more if he can use such marketable assets as attacking midfielders Fabio Borini and Wahbi Khazri to generate funds.”
 ESPN Today
“Have Sunderland sold someone, and is that someone currently in Africa? So Sunderland have bid upwards of £10m for Norwich City midfielder Robbie Brady. That seems to be accepted as fact.”
 SBN Today
“Jermain Defoe scores from the penalty spot against Liverpool Defoe has scored 12 of Sunderland's 20 Premier League goals this season, with only three other players - Victor Anichebe, Patrick van Aanholt and Fabio Borini - finding the net.”
 SkySports Today
“Genoa and Napoli are both keen on the striker, who joined the Black Cats from Liverpool 18 months ago after a previously successful loan stint on Wearside.”
 Daily Star Today
“Januzaj's incredible goal for Sunderland A.F.C Januzaj's incredible goal for Sunderland He will listen to offers for striker Fabio Borini and midfielder Wahbi Khazri, who is currently on international duty for Tunisia at the Africa Cup of Nations.”
 Daily Star Yesterday
“The midfielder had little impact in the game, however, as Sunderland - who had Fabio Borini replacing Defoe in the central striker role - failed to really test stand-in Burnley keeper Nick Pope. They registered just two shots on target all game.”
 The Chronicle Yesterday
“Sunderland never looked like scoring. 2 Fabio Borini: Moyes inevitably and understandably didn’t risk Jermain Defoe from the start, but he was on the pitch by the hour mark.”
 Sunderland Echo 2 days ago
“That said enough. Without him Sunderland have as much threat as you would expect from a side with Fabio Borini leading the attack, so it was no surprise when the former England striker was summoned just after an hour.”
 Daily Telegraph 2 days ago
“Sunderland were under the cosh from the start as Vokes headed in a cross and Vokes stole in ahead of Jason Denayer to guide a header past Mannone.”
 Daily Mail 2 days ago
“One player they should look at bringing in is Sunderland attacker Fabio Borini. A move for the one-time capped Italy international may seem slightly ambitious but Leeds mught have a genuine chance of pulling it off. Firstly, there is the Italian connection.”
 hitc.com 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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    Jordan Pickford Vito Mannone
    Donald Love Billy Jones
    Javier Manquillo Patrick van Aanholt
    John O'Shea Papy Djilobodji
    Patrick McNair Jason Denayer
    Lamine Kone
    Duncan Watmore Fabio Borini
    Lynden Gooch Adnan Januzaj
    Steven Pienaar Wahbi Khazri
    Sebastian Larsson Jan Kirchhoff
    Lee Cattermole Didier Ndong
    Jack Rodwell
    Joel Asoro Victor Anichebe
    Jermain Defoe