Sunderland fans in the Transfer Tavern can’t wait for the end of the season and are groaning about the fact they still have two Premier League matches to play before the season draws to a close.
The campaign has been a sorry one for the Black Cats, who have sat in the relegation spots for the majority of the season and had their fate sealed recently, leaving Sunderland preparing for a campaign in the Championship next season.
After years of flirting with the drop, only to enjoy a great escape, Sunderland have failed to build and move forward as a club, which made relegation inevitable, and big changes are now expected this summer – but David Moyes could stay.
The former Everton and Manchester United boss failed to make a positive impression on Wearside, with Sunderland losing 24 Premier League games this season, but The Guardian quotes him as suggesting after this weekend’s defeat to Swansea that he could still stay on.
“My future’s the same as it was. Everybody can see we need to make big improvements and changes and hopefully I will understand a bit more in a week or so.”
“It’s not fun in this position. It’s a really tough period and we’re all embarrassed and disappointed. It’s got to be seen that we need to make changes to personnel because it’s not been good enough.”
Moyes will demand the necessary funds to improve his squad if he does stay on for next season but our landlord believes his position has become intangible and a new manager is needed.
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