Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Sunderland sack manager Simon Grayson

Sunderland have sack their manager Simon Grayson after the 3-3 Sky Bet Championship draw with bottom side Bolton on Tuesday. Grayson's departure on Wearside comes just four months after he took over at the club, who were last season relegated from the Premier League under David Moyes.
Since joining the Black Cats from Preston, Grayson managed just one win from 15 league games and after being held by Bolton at the Stadium of Light on Tuesday night, Sunderland sit 22nd in the table, on 10 points from a possible 45. They have failed to record a victory at home since December of last year.

Chief executive Martin Bain said “Simon and his team have worked tirelessly to achieve the best for the football club during their time here. While we hoped that Simon's experience in the Football League would help us to a successful season, results have not been good enough for a club of this stature. In order for us to improve upon our current position, we believe a fundamental change is necessary.”

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