The stadium of Light: Time to sack David Moyes?

Being a football fan, we sometimes dislike those who oppose our favourite teams and vice versa. I don’t know any Sunderland FC fan but I think it’s time to face facts. 

Sunderland FC, now placed 20th on the English Premier League Classification Table have recorded very poor results this season.After surviving relegation last season, David Moyes took over the team on 23 July 2016 certainly as a messaih. 

David Moyes, Sunderland FC manager

Has he been the messaih?                            David  Moyes recorded one of his finest managing moments during his 11 years stay as Everton FC manger(11 March 2002 to May 2013). Since then he’s recorded very embarrassing moments in his coaching career. 

David Moyes took over from the much celebrated Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager only to be sacked on 22 April 2014 for poor results. Appointed in the La Liga side Real Sociedad on 10 April 2014 and sacked on 9 November 2015 due to poor start to the season, Moyes managed to get a managing job at the Stadium of Light on 23 July 2016.

Does he deserve a sack at Sunderland?    In my opinion, David Moyes is a failure at Sunderland. Going by these statistics, any football fan will see something wrong with his stay at the stadium of Light.                                                        

  • Matches Played: 29
  • Wins: 5
  • Losses: 19
  • Goals conceded: 51
  • 20 points on the 20th spot 

Leicester City may just make matters worse for Sunderland in their tonight’s mid week game at the King Power Stadium.

    Sack David Moyes! 

    Other premier league mangers with relative good results have been sacked since the start of the season notably;

    1. Mike Phelan of Hull City
    2. Alan Pardew of Crystal Palace
    3. Bob Bradley of Swansea City
    4. Claudio Ranieri of Leicester City(The Leicester boss was removed from his position just months after beating odds of 5,000/1 and lifting the Premier League trophy with the Foxes.)
    5. Aitor Karanka of Middlesbrough      
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    Author: Njobe Serge Ngala

    A Masters 1 student, Université de Dschang. Blogger and radio anchor

    1 thought on “The stadium of Light: Time to sack David Moyes?”

    1. We need to get some momentum going to get the fans behind a SACK MOYES NOW campaign, he’s absolute rubish, but that Yank (Short) who has no real interest in the club other than a business, won’t wast anymore money as he knows he’ll have to compensate Moyes if he sacks him

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