dglobalnews.com David Moyes makes announcement on Sunderland future after suffering relegation
Published: Sun, April 30, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

David Moyes makes announcement on Sunderland future after suffering relegation

David Moyes makes announcement on Sunderland future after suffering relegation

Sunderland won away at Bournemouth in November so could do the double over another club for the first time in two years.

The Black Cats should also be looking at Newcastle's promotion-winning squad, identifying players they may be able to lure to the Stadium of Light ahead of next season.

Sunderland have spent the last 10 seasons in the Premier League, which is the longest period of time that the club has been in the top flight.

David Moyes says he and Sunderland will have many decisions to make in the summer, but insists a rebuilding programme is in place. Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "We are delighted with the result, which is all-important at this stage of the season".

He said: "Sunderland have been down before, they've been up, so fans know the situation".

"We need to improve, both on and off the field", Short said, "and despite the bitter disappointment of today, there is a strong determination to do so throughout the club".

Sunderland manager David Moyes: "While we still have a chance we will keep fighting. We have to try and give them something to cheer about".

O'Shea said: "I thought if we kept it going we were definitely going to score because we were so dominant".

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Sunderland have been terrible against middle-third teams this season.

"My focus is always on my team, our focus and what we can do", he added.

That doesn't mean I agree Moyes has to go. Marc Pugh is in good form as well down our left wing.

While the race for the Premier League title has become a contest exclusively between leaders Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, the battle to beat the drop is a more complicated affair.

Wednesday's Tees-Wear derby defeat at Middlesbrough effectively sealed Sunderland's fate at the foot of the Premier League table, and was accompanied by a series of increasingly angry chants from the 3,000-or-so fans packed into the Riverside's away end.

"We have forgotten how to win".

Continuing the five-year unfolding vehicle crash at the Stadium of Light into the summer with a prolonged period of naval gazing and recrimination will do no favours to the club which has an enormous amount of work to do this close season just to prove it isn't completely broken. Games are running out. The result moves Burnley to eight points above the relegation zone and should secure their top-flight status for another season.

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