Having already watched one of their managers depart for an international job this year, the Sunderland fans in the Transfer Tavern need nothing less right now than the prospect of that happening again.
With Sam Allardyce having left the Stadium of Light for a hilariously short stint in charge of England, the Wearside outfit drafted in David Moyes as the Premier League campaign got underway.
Despite recently recording his first win in charge of the Black Cats, life’s not been too good for the Scotsman, with his side rooted to the bottom of the Premier League.
However, according to ESPN, that hasn’t put another potential suitor off.
They claim bosses at the SFA are keen on luring the East Dunbartonshire-born coach to the role in charge of the Tartan Army, with Gordan Strachan’s future looking increasingly in doubt.
The Scots are second bottom in the World Cup qualifying group, above only minnows Malta in Group F.
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