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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
“On-loan forward Fabio Borini insists his winner at Chelsea at the weekend was for Sunderland, and not for parent club Liverpool.”
 Orange  Today
“FABIO Borini had just dusted himself down on the Stamford Bridge that could be the moment which sparks the most remarkable of escapes from the drop after Sunderland already had one foot in the Championship.”
 Sunderland Echo  Today
“THAT was for Sunderland, not for Liverpool. Those were the thoughts of Fabio Borini after his match-winning penalty at former club Chelsea unexpectedly thrust the Black Cats back into the race to remain in the Premier League.”
 The Shields Gazette  Today
“more if an unlikely resurrection is to be complete Chelsea's Mark Schwarzer is beaten from the penalty spot by Sunderland's Fabio Borini Maybe miracles do happen. It’s that time of year, after all.”
 thejournal.co.uk  Today
“Fabio Borini thoroughly enjoyed carving a slice of history by scoring bottom club Sunderland's winning goal in their shock 2-1 victory at second-placed Chelsea, the striker said.”
 Yahoo!  Yesterday
“"I like to make history," Borini told reporters at Stamford Bridge. "This season has been fantastic for me and I achieved a few things that will always be in the history of Sunderland, like this game.”
 Yahoo Sport  Yesterday
“Sunderland Manager, Gus Poyet believes his team's relegation survival hopes have been resurrected following their dramatic week in which they drew 2-2 with Manchester City and stunned Chelsea 2-1, insisting Fabio Borini scored for Sunderland despite”
 SuperSport  Yesterday
“Fabio Borini scored a late penalty as Sunderland beat Chelsea 2-1 at Stamford Bridge to dent the Blues' title hopes. It was the first time Jose Mourinho has tasted defeat in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge in 78 games.”
 104.7 Minster FM  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

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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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