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Vito Mannone

28-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Sunderland  Premier


Birthdate:  March 2, 1988    Birthplace:  Desio, Italy    Nationality:  Italy    Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  176 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


Vito Mannone Contract Information:

Signed a three-year contract with Sunderland in July of 2013.

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April 30, 2016    Vito Mannone News

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Mannone made two saves and allowed one goal in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Stoke.

Mannone has been in good form the last couple months as Sunderland's relegation battle has heated up, and he didn't receive much help from his back line on Marko Arnautovic's goal. He's been averaging about four saves per game since taking over as the full-time starter in January. In a must-win game next week against Chelsea, Mannone would be an intriguing play.

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April 24, 2016

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Mannone made six saves and kept a clean sheet in Sunday's scoreless draw with Arsenal.

Mannone was incredible on Sunday, making a number of key stops against an Arsenal side that lacked quality in the final third. His clean sheet, his third in four tries, moved Sunderland out of the drop zone ahead of Norwich on goal differential. He'll need to keep up this fine form in order to keep the Black Cats in the Premier League.

April 16, 2016

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Mannone kept a clean and made six saves in Sunderland's 3-0 away win against fellow strugglers, Norwich, on Saturday.

Mannone made a string of excellent saves, notably Martin Olsson's long range effort, that kept Sunderland in the game and paved the way for a vital win in the race for Premier League survival. With Stoke and Arsenal to come, clean sheets might be hard to come by but if he continues to make a steady number of saves he might be of value depending on which fantasy format you are working with.

April 10, 2016

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Mannone made five saves in Sunday's 2-0 loss versus Leicester City.

Mannone made two key saves late to keep the match a 1-0 but conceded his second goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time as Leicester's Jamie Vardy got free for a break that ended as an easy goal. Mannone is not a viable fantasy option as he has recorded only one clean sheet in league play. Mannone's next match comes Saturday in a key relegation match versus Norwich.

March 5, 2016

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Mannone made four saves in Saturday's 1-1 draw to Southampton.

Mannone almost put up a perfect fantasy outing holding up a clean sheet for 90 minutes just to capitulate in the stoppage time and surrender the crucial three points for the Black Cats. In his defense, he made some terrific saves but was helpless in front of the Virgil van Dijk's magnificent strike. He's still to lock his first clean sheet in 11 Premier League games and with Sunderland one of the team with most goals allowed, Mannone is not a viable fantasy option.

March 1, 2016

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Mannone let in two goals and made three saves in a 2-2 draw on Tuesday against Crystal Palace.

This is a typical stat line for Mannone, who's been averaging just over three saves since taking over in goal about two months ago. With Sunderland having allowed the joint-most goals, you'd need desperation and a strong gut feeling to ride with Mannone as your keeper.

February 27, 2016

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Mannone made two saves in Sunderland's 1-0 loss against West Ham at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday.

Sam Allardyce has said in the past that thirty-eight clean sheets mean thirty-eight points and right now, although Sunderland have turned a corner with some impressive performances, they cannot buy a clean sheet for love nor money. Mannone has now conceded in all ten games he has started this season and needs to start to redress this before becoming a real fantasy consideration.

February 13, 2016

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Mannone made five saves Saturday in a 2-1 victory over Manchester United.

The lone goal came when Mannone made a diving save against Manchester Unitedís Juan Mata, but he was unable to regain the ball, and Anthony Martial chipped the ball into the net. Mannoneís next match comes on Feb. 27 when Sunderland faces a West Ham squad that has scored 20 goals at home in league play.