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Gordon Top Player V Wigan

Craig Gordon has been voted Sunderland`s man of the match v Wigan by Vital Sunderland Readers. Gordon took 55% of the vote with Whitehead in second place with 9%.

The Scotland International who signed for the Blackcats in the summer has been in top form lately after an early season slump. Hopefully he can keep up his excellent form for the rest of the Season.



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Date:Saturday February 16 2008

Time: 7:03PM

 

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