Sunderland: In ‘Least Surprising Transfer Of The Summer’ News, David Moyes Signs Yet Another Of His Former Players

Chris Wright

19th, August 2016



Coming as a surprise to quite literally absolutely nobody, Sunderland have announced the signing of Steven Pienaar on a one-year deal.

The 34-year-old South African winger, who, as you may recall, used to play under David Moyes at Everton, had been training with the Black Cats after being released on a free at the end of last season.

Today came the inevitable news that he’s managed to secure himself a short-term contract…

And with that, Moyes’ impressively narrow scouting system pulls another ace out of the hat.

Posted in Sunderland, Transfers & Rumours

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I have it on good authority both Tony Hibbert and Jimmy McFadden are both available at a reasonable cost, although I’m not sure if those rumors about Real Madrid trying to tempt James Beattie out of retirement are genuine. Moyes best move quickly before someone else snaps them up.

  2. syndex says:

    Davey remember darron gibson, yeah he’s a world beater maybe a sneaky bid would secure him….
    Oh and we have this other world cup hero you could look at named mcgeady
    (niasse is pushing it his ain’t that naive)
    seriously he tried to buy the jag back If I were a sunderland fan I would be concerned

  3. bungle says:

    I’m 99% certain Niasse is either some bloke who won a competition and the club mistook him for a real footballer or he’s George Weah’s other cousin – either way, I’m 101% certain he’s never kicked or seen a football before arriving Merseyside. And as for Gibson – who in their right mind offered him a 2 year deal. Someone must have been high or drunk or both.

  4. maria says:

    I’m just surprised he didn’t spluff his entire transfer budget on getting his bff Fellaini.

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