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Healy Makes Dream Move

Sunderland striker David Healy has finally left the club after sealing a permanent move to Scottish club Rangers.

Healy has spent large parts of the last few seasons on loan away from the club and has been linked with many more but today he finally got his move away.

Healy joined from Fulham in August 2008 under Roy Keane and made only 21 appearances in total, scoring just 3 goals.

I'm not sure too many SAFC fans will be disappointed to see David go and he will free up some of the wage bill at least. Nevertheless he leaves with our best wishes.

-Paolo Da Silva is close to sealing a move to Real Zaragoza in Spain after the club and player opened talks over the weekend.

-Andy Reid has been the subject of an enquiry from Blackpool, it is believed this evening.

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Writer: Paul Wallis Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 30 2011

Time: 10:12PM


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