Too strong to go down, says Fulop

10 March 2009 04:47
Sunderland goalkeeper Marton Fulop believes the strength in depth at the Stadium of Light will be enough to keep them in the Premier League this season. With Middlesbrough in the relegation zone and Newcastle in trouble, North East football is in poor health but Fulop believes Sunderland will survive. "Players feel the same, we shouldn't fear relegation with the quality we have," he told BBC Radio Newcastle. "If we can get one or two wins then we will be fine, we have work to do."T he Hungary international has been on the fringes for much of his time on Wearside, playing number two to Darren Ward on his arrival in January 2007, and then Craig Gordon after the Scotland international's £9m move from Hearts in August 2008.

Source: BBC_Sport