Vito Mannone Sunderland
Profile of the Italian footballer Vito Mannone, who currently plays as a goalkeeper at Sunderland. The 26-year old player Mannone joined Sunderland from Arsenal and wears the number 25 shirt.
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Vito Mannone : Sunderland News
“Sunderland AFC will start pre-season training on Thursday get the opportunity this summer to stake a claim as back-up to Costel Pantilimon – should Vito Mannone depart from Wearside in search of first team football.”
“Steven Fletcher (13.61%) came second and, interestingly, goalkeeper Vito Mannone was third on 6.51% and John O’Shea fourth on 5.33%, ahead of £10m buy Jack Rodwell who received 4.14% of the vote.”
2 days ago
“Claims this morning that Sunderland are considering a surprise one year contract for Steve Harper. Their best player last season, Vito Mannone, is reported to be considering a move after his form over the course of last season alerted a number of clubs.”
5 days ago
“Sunderland rarely beat United We held our collective breath, well apart from me as I’d lost count, so when Vito Mannone saved it I thought we had to go again. We didn’t. We were through. We were going to Wembley.”
6 days ago
“Defensively, Sunderland had an absolutely comical season this year Costel Pantilimon was first choice throughout the year, playing 28 league games after his competition, Vito Mannone, failed to convince after starting the first nine games of the”
10 days ago
“What a steal this Romanian giant was for Sunderland. Pantilimon joined the club in the summer of 2014 and was originally second choice to Vito Mannone.”
9 days ago
“Skrtel is expected to sign a new deal shortly and Coates is set to join Sunderland. After Liverpool have added Danny Graham, Adam Johnson, Vito Mannone and Charis Mavrias.”
“In a squad that included the still settling in Santi Cazorla, Lukas Podolski, and Olivier Giroud, still struggling to cope with the departure of Robin van Persie, with Vito Mannone and Carl in a horrific "tackle" from Sunderland's Dan Smith.”
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