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English professional football club based in the city of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Wikipedia

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    Sentences forSunderland A.F.C.

    • In 1890, Stoke were not re-elected to the league, and were replaced for the 1890–91 season by Sunderland, who won it in their second, third and fifth year.English Football League-Wikipedia
    • Although attendances were not recorded for many of the earliest matches at North Road, the highest documented attendance was approximately 15,000 for a First Division match against Sunderland on 4 March 1893.Manchester United F.C.-Wikipedia
    • The record attendance for an Arsenal match at Highbury is 73,295, for a 0–0 draw against Sunderland on 9 March 1935, while that at Emirates Stadium is 60,161, for a 2–2 draw with Manchester United on 3 November 2007.Arsenal F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Incumbent manager Mark Warburton was sacked on 31 December 2017 following a 1–0 home defeat to struggling Sunderland, with a record of one win in seven.Nottingham Forest F.C.-Wikipedia
    • However, in 1891 the Football League decided that only one club could use one style of strip per season and Sunderland were allowed to take red and white stripes.Stoke City F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Goalkeeper Ned Doig who spent most of his career with Sunderland A.F.C. set a 19th-century world record by not conceding any goals in 87 of his 290 top division appearances (30%).Goalkeeper (association football)-Wikipedia

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