According to The Herald in Scotland, Sunderland manager David Moyes would consider taking over the job with the Tartan Army if Gordon Strachan leaves, giving our local Black Cats something else to worry about here in the Transfer Tavern.
Indeed, they were finally beginning to think they may be able to stay in the Premier League after they finally won their first game under Moyes at Bournemouth last time out but this latest news could prove one spanner too many into the works.
The Tartan Army lost at Wembley on Friday night to England in their latest World Cup Qualifier and now look to be in serious trouble in terms of reaching the tournament in Russia.
It’s led to a lot of criticism of Strachan and should he go, Moyes would consider taking over.
“It’s something I’d never say never to in the future, never say never to managing in Scotland.
It’s always something which I would definitely keep open”, he said.
Meanwhile, on domestic matters, Sunderland are currently six points away from safety in the Premier League and face Hull City this weekend coming.
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