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Cole Joins Sunderland

Andrew Cole has Joined Sunderland after signing a one year deal for the Blackcats. Cole left Portsmouth in the summer and was a free agent. The veteran marksman is second in the premiership all time goal scoring charts. Roy Keane hopes the ex Man U player can set an example to the younger strikers in the squad and provide competition for places.

Roy Keane told the official Sunderland site "His experience is vital for us. I spoke last week about the fact that we don`t have too much experience in the dressing room and there`s no harm in bringing in one or two lads who have done the course and know what it is all about."

Cole told the site "I`m very excited to be here. It is another challenge and hopefully I can use my experience to help the young players at the club."

I don`t think this is a great signing by any means but it may be a good stopgap. He has only signed a one year contract and will probably only be a bit part player.

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Date:Friday August 24 2007

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A shadow of his former self.
storagematt
that is one way of putting it mate... good luck to him tho and you fellas too, except when you play us of course.
pompeyrug
oh no not another yorke
$$Billy$$
could be a decent signing if Keane can get the best out of him, could be a sad sight if he keeps limping along though.
The Fear
 

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