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Chisholm gets Sunderland role

Sunderland have recruited former player Gordon Chisholm as the club's new international development coach.

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Sunderland want to build their international reputation

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Chisholm, who played almost 200 matches for Sunderland, will work alongside marketing director Mike Farnan as the club looks to continue building its international profile on and off the pitch.

His role will be to explore football opportunities oversee in conjunction with the club's international marketing activities.

Chisholm added: "To come to a club of this calibre is a wonderful opportunity.

"Helping Sunderland to enhance and develop its existing work overseas is something I'm hugely excited about and I can't wait to get started in my new role."

Farnan said: "It's fantastic to have someone of Gordon's experience on board.

"As the club continues to grow, building a profile and a presence on a global platform takes on increasing significance and it's vitally important that we explore and develop as many opportunities as possible, which Gordon will assist us with."

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