Everton Football Club donated £200,000 to fiver-year-old Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery who is fighting cancer.
His mum Gemma heard the news from her sister-in-law:
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Sunderland AFC manager David Moyes spoke to the press to say the Everton game lacked momentum on the side of the Black Cats. He added that the defence was not good enough.
Sunderland AFC have completed the signing of Boavista goalkeeper Michael Simões Domingues (Mika).
The 25-year-old joins the Black Cats on a permanent deal, having signed a two-year contract at the Stadium of Light. He becomes the tenth new arrival under manager David Moyes.
The deal has been approved by FIFA, after Sunderland completed all of the necessary protocols in advance of the transfer window closing.
A technical issue meant that Boavista were unable to complete their requirements by the 11pm deadline on August 31st, however FIFA are satisfied that both teams fulfilled their commitments and the transfer has now been approved.
Domingues arrives on Wearside after spending the last two seasons with the Primeira Liga side, having previously played for Benfica and Atletico CP.
On the international stage, the 6’1” Portuguese stopper has represented his country at U20 and U21 level.
Sunderland have signed striker Victor Anichebe until the end of the season, the club have announced.
Still no official confirmation from the club but he has tweeted this picture on his own social media account.
Middlesbrough's Albert Adomah has joined Aston Villa for an undisclosed fee.
The 28-year-old Ghanaian international leaves Teesside after three years at Boro and 143 appearances for the club.
Adomah made 43 appearances during Boro’s promotion winning season and has featured twice this term, his final appearance coming as a second half substitute during the 2-1 win at Sunderland 10 days ago.