African footballers have often been the subjects of deadline day headlines, and while many of those deals have gone well, some are best forgotten...
There are unhappy and frustrated fans all around soccer, of course, but these 10 teams have had it particularly rough.
A 22-year-old man has been arrested after making bomb threats on Twitter ahead of Thursday night's League One playoff fixture between Portsmouth and
One fan thought his luck was in when he was selected to take part in the half-time entertainment, but he ended up being cheated out of glory.
The Black Cats have parted ways with the centre-back, who moved to the club for £8 million in 2016.
The Tunisia international appears primed to join Les Verts on a four-year deal.
Arsenal look set to beat Manchester United and a number of top clubs from Europe to the signing of highly-rated Sunderland teenager Sam Greenwood.
Sunderland have sacked manager Chris Coleman after failing to keep the club in the Championship.
Fulham came from behind to secure a 2-1 home victory over relegated Sunderland and move up to second place in the Championship.
Wolves secured the Championship title with a 4-0 victory over Bolton at the Macron Stadium on a day when Sunderland were relegated.
Club officials reported to be concerned that Newcastle fans will attend their remaining home games to cheer on their opponents.
Veteran Sunderland defender John O'Shea has insisted he has no plans to retire just yet despite his 37th birthday fast approaching.
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