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Are Sunderland already doomed to relegation under David Moyes?

Are Sunderland already doomed to relegation under David Moyes?

Whichever way you look at it, the 2016/17 Premier League campaign has so far been played out in rather alarming fashion for David Moyes and his struggling Sunderland outfit – with the lowly Black Cats currently sitting on a mere two points at the very foot of the English top-flight.

 

Sunderland only just managed to beat the drop under the well-versed expertise of Sam Allardyce last term, but as each season plays out with the Black Cats looking more and more vulnerable among the ever dreaded Premier League relegation zone – surely it’s only a matter of time before the Stadium of Light faithful eventually see their beloved side relegated in rather unceremonious circumstances?

 

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Most Premier League onlookers simply fail to share great expectations for Sunderland come the end of the season…

 

 

…and without that all important Tyne-Wear derby on the cards for Black Cats fans to look forward to this term…

 

 

…perhaps this is already the beginning of the end for Sunderland’s modern Premier League hopes…

 

 

Yet if Big Sam does nonetheless decide to return to his former post at the Stadium of Light in the not too distant future…

 

 

…maybe all is not quite lost for Sunderland at this particular stage in the season…

 

 

Right in the here and now however, things seemingly can’t get all that much worse down at the Stadium of Light…

 

 

…and if something systematic doesn’t change for the Black Cats sooner rather than later…

 

 

…it remains difficult to envisage Sunderland picking themselves up, dusting themselves down – and resolutely finding a way out of their current mess!

 

 

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