Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher is confident the side can maintain their Premier League status following the appointment of Dick Advocaat as their new manager, as the Scotland international feels the Dutchman has already made an impact despite not being at the club for too long, reports Sky Sports
Sunderland are in a precarious position in the Premier League, and have some tough games to come against strong opposition. They hav...More
Dick Advocaat takes charge of Sunderland for the first time and the need for three points is great as they face another out-of-form team in West Ham United,
In the home dugout, Sam Allardyce has come under a little scrutiny of late following a poor run of results, and this week he was linked with the vacant position at the Black Cats. With Advocaat’s contract only lasting until the end of the season, the 60-year-old has been linke...More
Dick Advocaat is relishing the challenge of keeping Sunderland in the Premier League but admits something has to change at the struggling club if they are to preserve their top flight status, the Guardian has reported.
Dutch veteran Advocaat on Friday held his first Press conference since being announced as the replacement for Gus Poyet, who was sacked earlier in the week after the Black Cats were beaten 4-0 at home by Aston Villa...More
Former Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has released a statement through the League Managers’ Association in which he has defended his tenure at the struggling Premier League club.
Poyet was sacked earlier this week after the Black Cats were beaten 4-0 at home by Aston Villa, leaving them a point and a place outside the bottom three. Sunderland are 17th on 26 points with Burnley 18th on 25. Both sides have nine games to play.
Sunderland midfielder Jack Rodwell believes new manager Dick Advocaat can save the North-East side from the drop zone, and is expected the Black Cats to stave off relegation come May as a result of the appointment, reports Sky Sports.
Former manager Gus Poyet was sacked following the Black Cats’ 4-0 defeat to Aston Villa. Sunderland were quick to appoint Dick Advocaat, who boasts an impressive CV of title success with a number of ...More
Sunderland have made U-turn on their decision to suspend winger Adam Johnson, following the England international’s extended bail imposed by the police, reports BBC Sport.
Johnson was arrested on suspicion of having sex with an underage girl, and was subsequently questioned at the police station in early March. Sunderland suspended the winger upon the news, but have since taken back the decision, as Johnson’s bail has been extende...More
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