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NUFC Fans React to Prospect of Kevin Nolan Signing for Sunderland

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Allegiances can quickly change in football, especially when the chance of playing in the Premier League again is up for grabs.

Kevin Nolan has been tipped to be Sam Allardyce’s first signing for Sunderland, which would not go down well amongst Newcastle fans.

The former Newcastle midfielder who famously scored a hat-trick against the Mackems in their memorable 5-1 derby victory is currently a free agent, so an offer from a Premier League team would surely be tempting – even if it was from Sunderland.

Kevin Nolan celebrates scoring against Sunderland

Kevin Nolan celebrates scoring against Sunderland

In the past, Nolan has made no secret of the fact that he loves Newcastle United but pundits reckon that the opportunity to return to the Premier League will be too much to resist.

 

 

He was released by West Ham at the end of the 2014/15 Season not long after the Hammers relieved Allardyce of his managerial duties and currently lives in Essex.

Here are some reactions to the rumours of this controversial potential transfer…

https://twitter.com/Simon69Banks/status/652861003177291776

It seems as though many Sunderland fans are also not very keen on the idea…

 

 

However, some fans would completely understand if the move went through…

https://twitter.com/ChrisFordTV/status/653657588064763904

 

What do you think about the prospect of Kevin Nolan playing for Sunderland?

Let us know in the comment section below…

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