dglobalnews.com Moyes: Sunderland players saying they are injured for Arsenal
Published: Wed, May 17, 2017
Global Media | By Cecelia Webb

Moyes: Sunderland players saying they are injured for Arsenal

Moyes: Sunderland players saying they are injured for Arsenal

David Moyes has claimed that his reputation as a manager has not been damaged despite Sunderland's relegation from the Premier League.

Moyes was furious with the lack of commitment against Swansea and fears with Sunderland's fate already sealed, too many players have switched off, or even worse, simply don't fancy it any more.

"But I have got to say, it hasn't happened for quite a few managers and it has been that way for quite a while".

"But we will go there and be committed". I couldn't say that in our other games in my professional opinion.

"We knew, we were experienced enough to understand what it would take to stay up and from the start, we were always playing catch-up, really". I have not had chance to see them this morning, but the two boys came off injured and weren't involved in Sunday's training.

"At the moment I wouldn't think George Honeyman, Anichebe and Jason Denayer would feature so..."

"They all know and they're ongoing so it's been passed over to Martin Bain (Sunderland's Chief Executive Officer) and they'll speak with their agents and see where we go".

"I was massively disappointed with Saturday's performance, it was really, really poor".

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Moyes was criticised for saying Sunderland, who had enjoyed several narrow escapes in previous campaigns, faced another relegation battle just two games into the current season. "I have not enjoyed the feelings since the game, probably as much as any game".

If we have to take them to Arsenal and use them we will do but obviously we'd like to keep them for the game on Wednesday night.

Moyes urged Sunderland's players to prove they belong in the Premier League as they prepare to face an Arsenal team still in with a chance of a top-four finish. The players are the ones who cross the line, they have to show what they can do, many of them are thinking there is something better, well, that would have to be their choice.

David Moyes had suggested that he would be in charge next season recently, but the Scottish boss's future is fallen into slightly more doubt this week.

"It has been a frightful season because of the outcome".

"Arsenal and Arsene [Wenger] continually reach the top four and if you were a betting man at the start of the season you'd have said they would have made it due to their record, so it's a big game for them which makes it doubly hard for us".

"We made everyone aware our squad was short from the start and we would also have liked to add to it in January".

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