2:34 AM EDT, Thu April 02, 2015
The Chronicle 12 hours ago
Sunderland's Wes Brown ruled out for at least a month through injury

Sunderland's Wes Brown ruled out for at least a month through injury

Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat says Wes Brown will be missing for four to five weeks with a knee injury, ruling him out of Sunday's Wear-Tyne derby
Shields Gazette Mar 23, 2015

Wes Brown’s injury a worry for Sunderland

SUNDERLAND are assessing Wes Brown’s fitness after the veteran defender suffered a worrying injury at West Ham.
The Northern Echo Mar 3, 2015

Team news: Four changes for Sunderland as Brown stays in the team

WES BROWN has retained his place at the heart of the Sunderland defence as Gus Poyet looks to end a run of four matches without a win at Hull City.
The Journal Mar 2, 2015
Sunderland's Gus Poyet says justice has been done after Wes Brown's red card is rescinded

Sunderland's Gus Poyet says justice has been done after Wes Brown's red card is rescinded

Sunderland have won their appeal against Wes Browns' red card at Manchester United, which means he is available against Hull City tomorrow
The Northern Echo Mar 2, 2015

Press Conference Update: Poyet praises the FA after Brown's dismissal is swiftly overturned

GUS POYET is delighted to have Wes Brown available for tomorrow’s game at Hull City, and has praised the Football Association for their swift overturning of the Sunderland defender’s dismissal in last weekend’s defeat to Manchester United.
The Journal Mar 2, 2015
Sunderland's Wes Brown available for Hull City game after Saturday's red card rescinded

Sunderland's Wes Brown available for Hull City game after Saturday's red card rescinded

Wes Brown received a straight red for a foul actually committed by John O'Shea but Sunderland's appeal is successful
The Guardian Mar 2, 2015
Sunderland win appeal for Wes Brown red card against Manchester United

Sunderland win appeal for Wes Brown red card against Manchester United

• Brown was dismissed against Manchester United in case of mistaken identity• Match report: Manchester United 2-0 Sunderland • Barney Ronay: it’s time to stop talking about refereesSunderland have succeeded in overturning the red card shown to defender Wes Brown against Manchester United on Saturday.Brown was dismissed by referee Roger East for what the official felt was a foul on United striker Radamel Falcao in the area, although it appeared on replays that John O’Shea had been the man to impede the Colombian.
The Chronicle Mar 1, 2015
John O'Shea and Wes Brown could both be available at Hull City thanks to authorities' intransigence

John O'Shea and Wes Brown could both be available at Hull City thanks to authorities' intransigence

By not admitting to a case of mistaken identity, Roger East has made it likely John O'Shea and Wes Brown will both be available on Tuesday
Shields Gazette Mar 1, 2015

Sunderland appeal against Wes Brown red at Manchester United

SUNDERLAND have confirmed they will appeal the red card shown to Wes Brown at Manchester United yesterday.
The Journal Mar 1, 2015
Sunderland's Wes Brown has been hard done by, says ex-referees chief Keith Hackett

Sunderland's Wes Brown has been hard done by, says ex-referees chief Keith Hackett

Wes Brown's red card at Manchester United was unjust according to former top referee Keith Hackett, who sympathises with the Sunderland defender
The Journal Mar 1, 2015
Sunderland to appeal against Wes Brown's red card at Manchester United

Sunderland to appeal against Wes Brown's red card at Manchester United

Sunderland have confirmed they will appeal Wes Brown's dismissal against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday
The Guardian Mar 1, 2015
Wes Brown did not deserve red card, says Sunderland’s Gus Poyet - video

Wes Brown did not deserve red card, says Sunderland’s Gus Poyet - video

Sunderland's Gus Poyet says Wes Brown was unfairly sent off by referee Roger East during his team's game against Manchester United on Saturday. Brown was dismissed for a foul on Radamael Falcao, even though John O'Shea seemed to be the one who pulled Falcao by the neck. Manchester United won 2-0 against Sunderland
The Guardian Mar 1, 2015
Wes Brown sending off not mistaken identity, says referees’ governing body

Wes Brown sending off not mistaken identity, says referees’ governing body

• Gus Poyet criticises referee after Wes Brown red card confusion• Match report: Manchester United 2-0 Sunderland• Barney Ronay: it’s time to stop talking about referees The professional referees’ governing body has said Roger East’s decision to send Wes Brown off instead of John O’Shea during Manchester United’s 2-0 defeat of Sunderland was not a case of mistaken identity.A statement from the body, which manages Premier and Football League referees, read: “As he thought Brown made a foul on Falcao as he was in the act of shooting, he dismissed Brown.”

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