Sunderland news

O'Neill wants more from attackers

February 13, 2013
By Kristan Heneage
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has admitted his array of forwards must be utilised higher up the field, in order to maximise the club's attacking potential.

The Black Cats have found goals hard to come by this season and are currently one of the Premier League's lowest scorers with just 28 goals. Striker Steven Fletcher has scored over a third of those, and O'Neill is keen to see winger Adam Johnson and the mercurial Stephane Sessegnon supplement the Scot, by placing them into more dangerous ...

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