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Nosworthy returns to Sunderland

Sunderland centre-half Nyron Nosworthy returned to his parent club today following an excellent loan spell at Vicarage Road.

The 30 year-old centre-back-cum-right-back arrived on loan in WD18 on October 28 to cover the injury suffered by Martin Taylor.

Nosworthy immediately settled into life in Hertfordshire helping the side to a 3-2 win over Peterborough on his debut. A few days later Nosworthy partnered Adrian Mariappa once more, marshalling the 'Orns defence to a clean sheet and a 1-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.

The Brixton-born centre-back has stated his desire to secure a contract for next season with his present deal at the Stadium of Light set to expire in the summer.

Martin O`Neill has breathed new life into proceedings in Wearside and Nosworthy could be a beneficiary of the clean slate on offer.

The ex-Gillingham defender is well out of the Hornet`s wage bracket but in an effort to move closer to home and secure first-team football we can but hope.

With Wes Brown, Titus Bramble and Phil Bardsley all injured at present though, it`s clear where Nosworthy`s immediate future lies.

Nosworthy made 12 league starts and one F.A Cup start for the Goldenboys without scoring. Many thanks for your efforts Nyron and good luck for the future!




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Writer: Tom Bodell Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 8 2012

Time: 9:21AM

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Good solid defending, would hope a deal could be done to secure his services.
ANDY710
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08/01/2012 10:58:00

Agree entirely. Excellent competition for Martin Taylor when he's back. Worrying in the mean time who will get picked in his place though. With Bennett away it's bound to be Mirfin and he's not up to it on evidence so far.
wfc123
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08/01/2012 12:11:00

Doyley can fill in at CB. And judging by yesterday's team selection even Thompson (who is a natural CB) has jumped ahead of Mirfin now!
chriswfc
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08/01/2012 12:50:00

True re. Thompson - not sure Doyley will be asked to fill in there though.
wfc123
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08/01/2012 16:33:00

 

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