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Cats thrashed by Wanderers

Sunderlands poor home form continued as they were comfortably beaten at home by Bolton. Cisse had put the Black Cats in front.

However, Bolton hit back through Matthew Taylor. Gary Cahill then put Gary Megson side 2-1 ahead before Johann Elmander grabbed one each side of half time to pile on the misery for Roy Keanes men.

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Writer: JordGall Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 29 2008

Time: 5:04PM

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Players not good enough or Keene not up to it ???
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30/11/2008 09:24:00

Keane is a vital part of this unit, I can see the Mackems in trouble if he were to depart. Makes the match with the Albion in a couple of weeks time a real big clash - what do you guys think'll happen? Anyone up for a site interview?
Alex Humpage
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