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The Roker Roundup: March 20th 2012 - Players Tribute To Muamba, Plus Noble Leaves On Loan

News So Hard Motherbleepers Wanna Find Me
News So Hard Motherbleepers Wanna Find Me

Back again, oh yes we are with another SAFC news roundup for you lovely people, so let's put things in motion.

It's March the 20th, and on this day in history in 1916 Albert Einstein published his general theory of relativity, whilst on Wearside Terry Curran was born. He'd go on to play for us in the 1986/87 season on the wing.

Anyway, let's just do today's news...

Obviously everyone in the football world has been saddened by what happened to Fabrice Muamba this weekend, and on their way to nearby Blackburn tonight, Sunderland players visited the Reebok Stadium and laid a signed shirt at a spot where tributes and messages of encouragement have been left for Muamba - CLICK HERE

Nicklas Bendtner also spoke about his former Arsenal youth side teammate while there, adding that Muamba was one of the nicest people you could ever meet, and wished him well in his recovery, which at this stage is looking good thanks to the fine work of the medical staff involved - CLICK HERE

Ready To Go has called for an end to comparisons between the Stadium Of Light and Roker Park and which was generally better. Who cares, just scream your balls off for the lads - CLICK HERE

Fraizer Campbell has been talking about his recovery from injury, and how he's enjoying his run in the team of late, plus how he feel his partnership with Nicklas Bendtner is going as he looks to keep a spot in the side when Stephane Sessegnon returns - CLICK HERE

Ryan Noble has finally accepted chances will be limited at SAFC from now until the end of the season, and joined Hartlepool United on loan for a month. A good move, because he needs games if he's to prove his worth and that he has a future at SAFC - CLICK HERE

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