Swansea City skipper Leon Britton believes foiling old friend Jermain Defoe will be key to his team's hopes of overcoming Sunderland in Saturday's Premier League relegation zone battle. "He works hard every day on his game and he also lives his life in the right way.
The TransferWipe Sunderland - they ain't got no money. You can tell that just from the slowly emerging transfer rumours which are sprouting up with daily growth as January approaches. We've gone from salivating over Edin Dzeko and Yann M'Vila, in the heady days of summer, to expelling a sigh at a rabble of Championship and random second-rate foreigners being linked of late. It'll get better. With no clear indication emanating from the Stadium of Light over budget, direction or plans for January, the transfer gossip sites likely don't quite know what to make of David Moyes' intentions. And with pages to fill they have resorted to 'type' and have considered that Moysey likes British and if he looks
Wahbi Khazri Retained By Sunderland And Will Miss AfCON build-up The Tunisian national side will gather in Spain over Christmas to start their preparations for the Cup of Nations which begins on the 14th January. The African nation's star midfielder, Wahbi Khazri, will be missing from the gathering - retained by Sunderland as David Moyes ensures he has his full squad together for as long as possible before the tournament in Gabon commences. Khazri is one of just four Tunisian players who won't make the training camp because their clubs have refused it. The assembly begins on Christmas day and lasts for a week. Sunderland have rejected the approach of the Tunisian football federation to release