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Kav Back For Sunderland

Kav Back For Sunderland

Sunderland Manager Roy Keane has told how he hasn`t brought Graham Kavanagh back from Sheffield Wednesday to play for the second string.

He told safc.com "You can see that Kav has had the benefit of the games and he will come into contention for City game, it`s good to have him back."

Brian Laws has been ringing me every 10 minutes, he wants Kav back but he is a Sunderland player and as much as we want to help other clubs, we need to help our selves first. I`ve not brought him back to play in the reserves."

Editors Comment

I am pleased to see Kav back at the club he will add much needed experience and quality to our midfield. Hopefully he will be involved on Monday against Manchester City.



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Writer:KEV1N
Date:Thursday November 1 2007
Time: 7:57PM

Comments

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Thats great news
Lucas
01/11/2007 21:01:00
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Halleluljah, its good to have one of our better midfielders back at the club - Id be even more tempted to drop Etuhu into CB and replace him midfield with Kav.
grim72
02/11/2007 08:11:00
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As a wednesday fan we are sad to see him leave, was a revalation for us, gave us something we havent had for a while. Hope your injuries pick up soon so we can have him back ASAP.
will it ever happen
02/11/2007 20:01:00
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good luck vs city although i think you'll lose at least you are playing in th prem
ozanne park rangers
04/11/2007 07:03:00
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Hope you Black Cats were impressed with the stuffing of the barcodes. Know do us both a favour & get something from the Dirty Money Mancs.
storagematt
04/11/2007 11:49:00
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I think you will get a result at City. Just get stuck into all the johnny foreigners and they wont like it!!!!!
dazza71
05/11/2007 20:07:00
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