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Angeleri completes Sunderland exit



Argentinian defender Marcos Angeleri has today signed for Argentian outfit Estudiantes, according to reports.

The right-back, 29, has spent two miserable years on Wearside, making just three appearances for the Black Cats.

According to Argentinian site Toda Pasion, Angeleri will sign a three year contract with Estudiantes to bring to an end his Sunderland misery.

Signed by Steve Bruce for 1.5m from The Students in 2010, Angeleri's time at the Stadium of Light has been blighted by injury problems.

An allegation of racism against the now-Hull City manager hardly helped the four-cap Argentinian's claim, however he could not find favour under Martin O'Neill either.

Good luck in the future, Marcos!




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Date:Monday July 16 2012

Time: 7:18PM

 

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