Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone was on the bench from start to finish as his Lorient side made it five straight wins in the league with the 2-1 win over immediate past champions Lille at home. Vito Mannone became a Lorient player this summer after his contract at fellow French team AS Monaco came to an and.

Vito Mannone is the second choice goalkeeper at Lorient behind first choice goalkeeper Yvon Landry Mvogo. Lorient are one of the form teams in French Ligue 1 in recent weeks with five wins on the bounce. They came into the home game with Lille on the back of a four-game winning sequence. […]


Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone made his professional bow at North London club Arsenal. He spent seven years at Arsenal beforehe left the club to sign for Sunderland. His move to join the Black Cats was officially confirmed on July 2, 2013. Vito Mannone signed a two-year contract when he left Arsenal to sign for Sunderland who paid an undisclosed fee for the Italian goalkeeper.

In his early days at Sunderland, Keiren Westwood was preferred to him in goal. Westwood started the 2013/14 season in goal ahead of Vito Mannone for the game against London club Fulham.Mannone featured in League Cup games before he made his Premier League debut for the Black Cats as a substitute for the injured Westwood during the 1-0 defeat at the home of Hull City. He retained his place for the 2-1 win over Southampton in the cup. […]


According to a report by Spanish publication SPORT, as relayed by Sport Witness, Neto is almost certain to leave Barcelona to embark on a new adventure in the summer transfer window. And the next destination for the out-of-favour Brazilian goalkeeper appears to be Arsenal. Neto has joined Barcelona from Valencia in July 2019, with then-Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen replacing him at the Mestalla. But the 32-year-old has ended up committing one of the poorer decisions of his career, as he has played second fiddle to Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

The Brazilian shot-stopper has had to suffice with cup outings and rare appearances in La Liga and UEFA Champions League, with his situation leaving him frustrated. Neto has turned out just 21 times for Barcelona, keeping seven clean sheets. And the veteran goalkeeper is keen on leaving Barcelona this summer to seek regular game-time, with Arsenal among his prospective suitors.


AS Monaco shot stopper Vito Mannone has congratulated Sunderland after they secured promotion to the English Championship. Vito Mannone sent a congratulatory message to his former club via Instagram shortly after they saw off Wycombe Wanderers in the playoff final as far as League One football is concerned to book a place in the Championship next season.

Vito Mannone and several other Sunderland players left a congratulatory message on the Instagram post made by Sunderland after they beat Wycombe Wanderers 2-0 in the playoff final. Other ex-Sunderland players such as Fabio Borini, Jody Altidore, Martin Waghorn, Antoine Semenyo, Patrick van Aanholt, John O’Shea, Lorik Cana and Dion Sanderson also congratulated the club on the feat of winning at the iconic Wembley Stadium in front of their supporters for the first time in almost five decades. The last Sunderland win at the Wembley Stadium was in 1973. […]


West Ham United have closed the gap on fourth spot on the Premier League log following their slim 2-1 win at home to 10-man Everton on Sunday. The Hammers were able to move within three points of fourth spot and a place in next season’s Champions League thanks to the win over Everton who are struggling to keep their place in the Premier League this season.

The Hammers started last weekend with a six-point deficit on Arsenal in fourth spot, but they were able to reduce the gap to just three points after the Gunners were beaten at Crystal Palace in a London Derby clash with Tottenham Hotspur taking the place of the Gunners in fourth spot due to a better goal difference since the two teams are on the same point. […]


It is no news that Arsenal are in the market for a new goalkeeper as they have been looking for one since last summer. However, they were not as serious in their hunt the last time out as they are right now. The Gunners are still undergoing a major squad overhaul as that has been one of their major goals since the appointment of Mikel Arteta as their manager several months ago.

Arteta has overseen the thorough shuffling of players at the club and has allowed a couple of them to leave the Emirates Stadium, with Gabonese international striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang the latest major exit from the north London outfit after he left for Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona in the January winter transfer window.


Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone was in the Sunderland squad who lost to Manchester City during the 2014 League Cup final. Manchester City sealed a third league title thanks to the comeback win over the Black Cats.

Vito Mannone was in the Sunderland goal for the entire duration of the game, but he could not prevent his team from winning the game. Vito Mannone conceded three goals in the second half as Manchester City won the League Cup title for the 2013/14 season thanks to the 3-1 comeback victory over the Black Cats.


Italian goalkeeper Vito Mannone was an Arsenal player when he joined English Championship club Vito Mannone on loan in October 2010. He signed for the Tigers on a short-term loan deal until January 3, 2011.


Vito Mannone played for Hull City for the first time in a reserve game which ended 3-0 in favour of his new team and at the expense of opponents Scunthorpe. The Italian shot stopper made some excellent savea during the game to earn the clean sheet. He went on to keep another clean sheet in his competitive debut for the Tigers on November 13, 2010. With Vito Mannone in the Hull City goal, Preston North End conceded two goals without reply. Hull City won 2-0 against Preston away from home in the Championship game and the win was followed by another Championship win over Ipswich Townas Mannone kept a second successive clean sheet in the Hull City in the Championship on the occasion of his home debut. […]


AS Monaco shot stopper Vito Mannonebecame a cult hero amongst the Sunderland fans at the Stadium of Light following his transfer from Arsenal. Last week Saturday made it eight years since Vito Mannone moved to Sunderland from Arsenal. The Black Cats paid £2m to sign the goalkeeper who had moved to England from his native Italy as a teenager. Vito Mannone played 15 times for the Gunners before signing for Sunderland.

Mannone was the only real success out of the 13 players signed bynew Director of Football Roberto De Fanti at the start of the 2013/14 Premier League campaign as Sunderland tried to back manager Paulo Di Canio. The Italian goalkeeper was the proper success story as the Black Cats’ strategy to sign players from all over the world to boost Di Canio in the bid to establish the club in the top flight failed woefully. Di Canio spent several months in the job before he was shown the way out for poor result.


Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone was able to achieve the target of UEFA Champions League (UCL) football with AS Monaco at the end of the recently concluded league campaign in French football.

Vito Mannone was able to achieve Champions League football with AS Monaco in his first season at the club. The Italian goalkeeper signed for the French Ligue 1 outfit as a free agent at the start of the just concluded season. He signed a two-year deal with Monaco until the summer of 2022.