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The Chronicle Apr 22, 2017
Steven Pienaar's passing gets more out of Victor Anichebe, says Sunderland manager David Moyes

Steven Pienaar's passing gets more out of Victor Anichebe, says Sunderland manager David Moyes

Victor Anichebe has made a much bigger impact at the Stadium of Light than Steven Pienaar, but their manager has higlighted the latters importance
The Journal Apr 20, 2017
Victor Anichebe says he's proved his love of Sunderland - but no comment on if he will stay

Victor Anichebe says he's proved his love of Sunderland - but no comment on if he will stay

Victor Anichebe says he loves playing for the Black Cats but with his contract up this summer he claims he has given no thought to his future
The Northern Echo Apr 20, 2017

Sunderland: Black Cats striker not thinking about the summer as fight goes on

VICTOR ANICHEBE has revealed how risks over his fitness have been taken in a bid to help Sunderland’s fight to stay in the Premier League, although he does not want to discuss his future until the club’s fate is decided.
The Chronicle Apr 20, 2017
Sunderland AFC news LIVE: Build-up to Middlesbrough begins, Anichebe on his Black Cats future

Sunderland AFC news LIVE: Build-up to Middlesbrough begins, Anichebe on his Black Cats future

Live updates as Sunderland begin their preparations for next weeks grudge match with Middlesbrough
Roker Report Apr 17, 2017
Why wasn’t an Anichebe alternative signed in January? Moyes made to look foolish by Khazri display

Why wasn’t an Anichebe alternative signed in January? Moyes made to look foolish by Khazri display

If only Khazri had been included sooner and if only we signed another target man, we might not be thinking “too little, too late.” It may not be a result that changes Sunderland’s inevitable Premier League exit (PLEXIT, anyone?) but at least, against West Ham, the fans got some escapism. For 90 minutes - or 100 due to a Billy Jones concussion - the Sunderland supporters actually got to see some excitement. For the first time in seven games, they scored a goal. Not just one either, they got two! Two actual goals! Every time The Lads went forward they looked genuinely threatening,...
Roker Report Apr 15, 2017
Why Sunderland need to hang onto Victor Anichebe and offer him a new contract this summer

Why Sunderland need to hang onto Victor Anichebe and offer him a new contract this summer

As the inevitability of relegation draws closer, so does the prospect of a gargantuan summer overhaul. There’s plenty of players we’ll have to shift whether we want to or not, but there’s one in particular we’d be wise to hold onto. Victor Anichebe was brought in by David Moyes on a free transfer after the formal conclusion of last year’s summer transfer window. For many, he was seen as a cherry atop a crumbling cake of disappointing signings, but he quickly proved that first impressions weren’t everything. Big Vic’s impact was immediate. The Nigerian frontman nabbed the...
The Sun Apr 14, 2017

David Moyes warns his Sunderland flops they could face a tough task finding new clubs if the club is relegated

DAVID MOYES has warned his Sunderland flops they could struggle to find new clubs in the summer. The doomed Black Cats have seven first-teamers out of contract at the end of the season. John O’Shea, Seb Larsson, Steven Pienaar, Joleon Lescott, Victor Anichebe, Jan Kirchhoff and George Honeyman all see their deals expire. And boss […]
Roker Report Apr 14, 2017
Agent says Borini & Mannone are destined to leave Sunderland; Anichebe longs for Pienaar return

Agent says Borini & Mannone are destined to leave Sunderland; Anichebe longs for Pienaar return

In this morning's news roundup: Former Sunderland Director of Football and current agent to Vito Mannone and Fabio Borini has said he expects both of his clients to depart the club this summer; Victor Anichebe has identified an unlikely figure as the player he would like to start alongside him on Saturday and West Ham captain Mark Noble is banned for tomorrow's clash but intends being in the stands at the Stadium of Light. Agent De Fanti on Borini and Mannone future With both of Sunderland's Italian players now represented by former Director of Football Roberto De Fanti and with the Black...
The Chronicle Apr 14, 2017
Sunderland must 'mix it up a bit' to bring their goal drought to an end

Sunderland must 'mix it up a bit' to bring their goal drought to an end

Victor Anichebe says the Black Cats must vary their attacking approach against West Ham this weekend as they bid to end their goal drought
The Northern Echo Apr 14, 2017

Sunderland: Victor can't wait to have an old friend back - even if it is too late

VICTOR ANICHEBE is looking forward to having a former Everton team-mate back to help Sunderland try to put a few smiles back on some faces before the end of the season.
The Chronicle Apr 11, 2017
'Naive' Sunderland are left to rue another giveaway, says Victor Anichebe

'Naive' Sunderland are left to rue another giveaway, says Victor Anichebe

Sunderlands chances of pegging back Manchester United evaporated in five minutes, as a missed chance, a red card, and a second goal, killed them off
The Northern Echo Apr 11, 2017

Sunderland: Naivety is killing Sunderland's relegation fight admits Victor Anichebe

VICTOR ANICHEBE thinks a naivety in the way Sunderland have attacked the Premier League this season can go a long way in explaining why they are flying headline into a Championship return.
The Journal Apr 10, 2017
Sunderland have quality but injuries have destroyed confidence, says Victor Anichebe

Sunderland have quality but injuries have destroyed confidence, says Victor Anichebe

Victor Anichebe says Sunderlands chances of survival have been undermined by the catalogue of injuries the club has fought against all season
The Chronicle Apr 9, 2017
Sunderland gave Manchester United too much respect, says Victor Anichebe

Sunderland gave Manchester United too much respect, says Victor Anichebe

Victor Anichebe made his first start of 2017 but was unable to inspire Sunderland to victory against Manchester United at the Stadium of Light
The Journal Apr 6, 2017
Patrick van Aanholt shredded by former Sunderland team-mate Jermain Defoe

Patrick van Aanholt shredded by former Sunderland team-mate Jermain Defoe

Jermain Defoe and Victor Anichebe take the Mick out of ex-Sunderland team-mate Patrick van Aanholt after social media post

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