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Sunderland redundancies after first team's U.S. trip give club PR headache

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After Sunderland's first team returned from a midseason training camp in New York, the club announced redundancies to their staff.

Sunderland return to Premier League action at Everton on Saturday in the familiar position, for this stage of any recent season, of facing a steep uphill struggle to avoid relegation.

Only seven points separate the bottom seven clubs. The battle, in theory, remains winnable.

But the despondent mood that has clung to the Stadium of Light for most of the season was deepened incalculably by the failure to take the 4-0 win at Crystal Palace on Feb. 4 as a starting point for serious revival. Instead...

 By Chris Wright

'Jermainia' descends on Sunderland as Defoe puts on a show for supporters

Jermain Defoe has scored 14 goals for Sunderland this Premier League campaign.

With a tricky trip to Everton on the horizon, Sunderland limbered up by inviting a selection of young fans down to the Stadium of Light for an open training session.

Of course, the main attraction was top scorer Jermain Defoe, who emerged from the team bus to face his adoring public on the way into the ground.

�� Wow! It's deafening as @iamjermaindefoe mania has taken over the #StadiumOfLight

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Sunderland manager David Moyes defends New York bonding trip

David Moyes takes no real positives from his team's 4-0 hammering by Southampton, especially considering their recent form.

David Moyes and his Sunderland players will head to New York with their Premier League fightback having come to an abrupt halt against Southampton.

Moyes hopes to foster a new team spirit during a four-day bonding trip to set up his squad for a run-in that will determine which division the club plays its football in next season.

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Having seen Sunderland win 4-0 at Crystal Palace, Moyes witnessed a horror show at the Stadium of Light on Saturday as EFL Cup finalists Southampton won by the same score.

But...