IT'S FRIENDLY FIRE; Pals Set for Derby Crunch

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), January 27, 2012 | Go to article overview

IT'S FRIENDLY FIRE; Pals Set for Derby Crunch


SUNDERLAND skipper Lee Cattermole will go head-to-head with one of his oldest friends in football after being pitched into FA Cup battle with former club.

The 23-year-old Teessider made his name as a teenager with Boro, the club he supported as a boy, and was thrilled when the draw for the fourth round handed Boro the short trip up the A19 to the Stadium of Light.

There will be no prouder man on Wearside on Sunday when the midfielder leads his team out wearing the captain's armband, and the fact that he will do so alongside Matthew Bates will simply enhance the experience.

Stockton-born Cattermole said: "Me and Matty have been friends for a long time. His brother Darren was in goal for Marton, the team I played for as a kid, so we have always been close as families - I think his mam went to school with my mam.

"It's great to see Matty doing well. He has had some tough injuries and some tough times and has come back, and that shows the type of lad he is.

"Now he is captaining the team and it will be nice to stand alongside him in the tunnel, and then catch up after the game."

Cattermole broke into the Boro side under former boss Steve McClaren, making his full debut as a 17-year-old in a 2-2 derby draw at Newcastle in January 2006. …

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