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The Journalist

Writer: KEV1N Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 16 2008

Time: 11:55AM

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Guys i wish you the best of luck from myself, HDM and the rest of the Vital Blackburn crew. The vital netweok is a friendly community where we can all banter and talk about our beloved clubs. So all you sunderland fans, get behind Kevin and voice your opinion
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16/02/2008 23:39:00

Seriously fellas, get involved, i've become addicted, how do you think the game will go next week down at our place?? I think a toughly contested 2-1 win to us. There, if that doesnt get you posting, nothing will!
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17/02/2008 20:42:00

I can see it being a 0-0 bore draw or hopefully us nicking an injury time winner. Most Sunderland fans would be happy with a point but with just 2 away points so far this season I fear you may be right.
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