Sunderland's Past 8 Managers: Did They Deserve The Sack?

Sunderland sacked Simon Grayson last night after a 3-3 draw with Bolton, making him the 8th manager in the past 6 years to lose his job at the Stadium of Light, …

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  1. Many don't understand the Sunderland-Moyes story that well

    He KNEW he was relegated, surely. Sunderland had no quality, and no money to begin with

    Sunderland get their asses in gear season after season to mount a great escape because they splurge massive money on massive players time and again.

    They got Germain Defoe for Christ sake in 2015.

    Here, the board left Moyes with nothing, absolutely nothing

    In the January transfer window, the one whose existence is the only reason Sunderland weren't relegated 4 seasons ago, there was no money, so while other teams strengthened (Van Aanholt poached by Palace, Hull buying numerous players, even Boro and Swansea buying players)

    Moyes needed signings, so he tried to pull back many of his old players (Donald Love, Adnan Januzaj, Paddy McNair, Joleon Lescott, Victor Anichebe, Bryan Oviedo, Darron Gibson, Steven Pienarr. Ironically, Aiden McGeady, Tyias Browning, and Brendan Galloway (Jesus Christ) more former Everton players was signed for Sunderland after they were relegated

    No one gave Sunderland a prayer at all, and rightly so. They won no home games in 2017. Moyes just hammered Palace at Selhurst Park (a lot like Villa did to them in 2015) Virtually relegated Hull City with their final win, and bowed out of the premier league

    Moyes was later appointed to West Ham, and he did keep them in the Premier League, finishing 13th, even beating Chelsea during his tenure (maybe not as hard as once thought)

    Sunderland, well, they are now in League One :/

  2. Bruce did an alright job but when it came to games against Newcastle we used to get spanked and being a mag only used to magnify it for me 100%

    Everything you said about allardyce was spot on still rue the fact he’s not in charge. The work he did in transfer market to get kone Khazri and Kirchhoff who were all great when they came in. Looked like he could be 1st manager the board could trust with money to get in good players and to to keep us progressing but after he left it was like Ellis short was as gutted as the rest of us and had enough of all that shit comes with football and said I’m done hence why moyesy never really seemed to get the backing

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