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Sessegnon Was Mad To Move To Sunderland

It sounds like Olympique Marseilles Chief Jose Anigo is a tad bitter after star Benine winger Sessegnon decided to join little old Sunderland.

Anigo said publicly today that he felt Sessegnon should never be playing for a team like Sunderland when PSG is a much better club for him.

Anigo barked: 'The finances dominate in England, not the sport.

'I see boys of 20, who have not made it in France, joining English clubs. Someone like Stephane Sessegnon joined Sunderland, although the level of Paris Saint-Germain is better.'

It seems a bit strange how Sessegnon made it publicly clear he wanted to move to Sunderland and so far has not let us down with three great performances.

Long may it continue!




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Writer: Gary Johnson Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 23 2011

Time: 12:52PM

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Funny that, considering that Sunderland would probably beat PSG. That's how big the gulf in class between Premier League adn Ligue 1 is. You won't beat Everton at the weekend though!
Bainesy
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23/02/2011 13:28:00

PSG are *****.. any EPL club could beat them.. bar maybe Wigan..
rover23
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23/02/2011 14:04:00

Bainesy, your right we never beat Everton but hopefully Cahill will be out and that means 100% less chance of scoring against us!
GazJohnson
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23/02/2011 14:35:00

Touche Gaz. But then, Cahill being out for us means 100% less chance of scoring against everyone!
Bainesy
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23/02/2011 20:07:00

We beat you though rover23
worbo
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23/02/2011 23:13:00

changed
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