RED ALERT Highest numbers of Premier League red cards in a season SUNDERLAND 2009-10 9 Newcastle United 2008-09 8 West Ham United 1999-00 8 Blackburn Rovers 1998-99 8 Wimbledon 1995-96 8 SUNDERLAND'S NAUGHTY NINE Kieran Richardson - Man Utd (a) Oct 3 - second bookable
offence Kenwyne Jones - West Ham (h) Oct 31 - violent conduct Lorik Cana - Aston Villa (h) Dec 15 - second bookable
offence Michael Turner - Man City (a) Dec 19 - violent conduct Lee Cattermole - Portsmouth (a) Feb 9 - second bookable
offence David Meyler - Portsmouth (a) Feb 9 - violent conduct Alan Hutton - Hull City (a) April 24 - violent conduct Michael Turner - Wolves (a) May 9 - second bookable
offence Jack Colback - Wolves (a) May 9 - second bookable
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But they did finish strongly after Jurica Vranjes had been dismissed for his second bookable
offence and Miller's goal was their reward.
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Brighton midfielder Adam Virgo was dismissed just after half time for a second bookable
offence, but the visitors held out for an important point.
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Poole cancelled out Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu's opener to sicken Bradford, who finished with 10 men after Paul Heckingbottom was sent off for two bookable
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