Official: Sunderland Appoint David Moyes As Manager On Four-Year Deal (Photo)

Chris Wright

23rd, July 2016



The sadness seems to flow from your eyes like a fountain from a pool

With Sam Allardyce being sworn in as England’s new gaffer shortly before close of play last night, the way was cleared for Sunderland to go ahead and announce his replacement.

That they have done this very morn, with the news that David Moyes has been appointed on a four-year contract.

Speaking about the appointment via the club’s official website, Black Cats chairman Ellis Short described Moyes as “a man whose football pedigree speaks for itself”, adding that the former Everton, Man Utd and Real Sociedad boss was “by far and away his first choice”.

Solidly predictable and predictably solid. Sunderland to finish 12th next season.

Posted in Managers, Sunderland

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Long ball Sam has a win rate of about 33% and gets the England job. The Moysiah has a win rate of about 43% and gets the Sunderland job. Let that just sink in for a little bit…

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