Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce. Action Images via Reuters / Jason Cairnduff
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Sunderland will look for overseas recruits during the January transfer window to tighten their leaky defense, manager Sam Allardyce said ahead of the Premier League game against Liverpool.The Black Cats have shipped 37 goals in 18 games this campaign, the most in the league, and four successive losses have left them second from bottom in the table, five points adrift of safety.Allardyce is likely to be without preferred center-back pairing of Younes Kaboul, who is out for two months with a hamstring injury, and skipper John O'Shea for Wednesday's game against Liverpool.
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