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Paolo Di Canio felt his Sunderland
players perFormed like 'warriors'
as they claimed a 3-0 derby
victory at Newcastle United. Spectacular strikes from
Stephane Sessegnon, Adam
Johnson and David Vaughan saw
the Black Cats to three much-
needed points at St James' Park. Victory on Tyneside was Di Canio's
first as Sunderland boss, in his
first derby, and he admits he
could not have asked for any
more from his squad. He told Sky Sports: "They were
warriors. You can't be more
proud than this. They did
everything, they gave
everything, they left all of their
energy on the field. "It was a fair result at 3-0, so I
am very happy for them because
they really suffered during the
game. It was hard because we
knew that we had a team in
front of us with fantastic ability and quality. "They worked through the
strategy in a perfect way and it
was a good result. It was an
important result and they
deserved it, so I am happy. "It means that what I thought
when I signed, there is quality in
this team. There is absolute
quality and it is important that
we use it in the right way and
play together as a team."
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Sees the Pain in Your Eyes While
Everyone Else Believes the Smile on
 your Face.

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