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Van der Gouw Leaves Sunderland

Van der Gouw Leaves Sunderland

Raimond Van der Gouw has left Sunderland to move to Vitesse Arnham.

Roy Keane brought Van der Gouw to the club in July 2007, but with the arrival of Nigel Spink as goalkeeping coach, Van der Gouw has left to take the same role with the club he made 258 appearances for prior to his move to Manchester United.

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Writer:Jimmy Coverdale
Date:Monday June 15 2009
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