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Profile of the Italian footballer Fabio Borini, who currently plays as a forward at Sunderland. The 23-year old player Borini joined Sunderland from Liverpool and wears the number 31 shirt.

Fabio Borini
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        (Squad number 31)

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Fabio Borini Career
2009–2011Chelsea4(0)
2011Swansea City (loan)9(6)
2011–2012Roma24(9)
2012–Liverpool13(1)
2013–Sunderland (loan)28(4)

2008–2009Italy U177(1)
2009–2010Italy U195(3)
2009–2013Italy U2118(6)
2012–Italy1(0)

Fabio Borini : Sunderland News
“Borini was incensed with a decision from the linesman and made his way into the book with his cheeky hand action. The Italian missed a good chance to level the scores for Sunderland before being substituted after the break.”
 The Daily Express  Today
“Fabio Borini's opening goal in the Capital One Cup final must have seemed a long time ago for Sunderland fans. Since that 3-1 defeat to City, their team had lost six out of seven, drawn the other and scored just three goals.”
 Daily Mail  Yesterday
“WHO MAKES IT? Manchester City's Vincent Kompany (right) challenges Sunderland's Fabio Borini in the Capital One Cup final Manchester City hope to bounce back from the Liverpool defeat when Sunderland visit the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday - but they must do”
 Manchester Evening News  2 days ago
“Sunderland boss Gus Poyet used Johnson alongside Fabio Borini up front in Monday night’s defeat at Tottenham and the Easington-born winger is likely to remain there for today’s Stadium of Light clash against Everton.”
 Hartlepool Mail  5 days ago
“Sunderland striker Fabio Borini has insisted that the Black Cats can still avoid relegation to the Championship.”
 Sports Mole  6 days ago
“FABIO BORINI is hoping history repeats itself this weekend, with a win over Everton sparking Sunderland into top gear.”
 The Advertiser  6 days ago
“Sunderland snatched an unlikely point at Manchester City He will continue up front in the capital, with support coming from either Chelsea reject Fabio Borini or his Italian compatriot Emmanuele Giaccherini, who are fighting for a start on the left”
 Sports Mole  Today
“only for it to be dashed by two moments of characteristic defensive indecision Craig Gardner of Sunderland looks dejected with Fabio Borini during the game against Spurs This felt like a fitting epitaph for the desperate survival bid mounted by Gus Poyet.”
 thejournal.co.uk  9 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

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    Goalkeepers
    Keiren Westwood Vito Mannone
    Joel Dixon Oscar Ustari
    Defenders
    Valentin Roberge Andrea Dossena
    Jordan Watson Ondrej Celustka
    Tom McNamee Phil Bardsley
    Louis Laing Carlos Cuellar
    Marcos Alonso Jassem Sukar
    David Ferguson John O'Shea
    Wes Brown Santiago Vergini
    Midfielders
    Jack Colback Sebastian Larsson
    El-Hadji Ba Liam Agnew
    Adam Johnson Lee Cattermole
    Emanuele Giaccherini Ross Holland
    Alex Gorrin Andrew Cartwright
    Sung-Yong Ki George Honeyman
    Craig Gardner Liam Bridcutt
    Charalampos Mavrias
    Forwards
    Carl Lawson Jordan Laidler
    Connor Wickham Jozy Altidore
    Steven Fletcher Adam Mitchell
    Ignacio Scocco Mikael Mandron
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