Nickname Black Cats
Stadium Stadium of Light
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Sunderland have suffered rejection at the hands of Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes who was set to replace David Moyes at the helm, but in the end decided to stay in Scotland. As a result it's Preston manager Simon Grayson who is now the favourite in the betting, followed by Nigel Pearson and Jens Keller - click on the odds below to place your bets.
Sunderland were previously enjoying their longest spell in the Premier League, with the 2016/17 campaign the club's tenth in a row. During that time the Black Cats have only finished in the top-10 just once (2010/11), while they've flirted with relegation on the majority of occasions, especially in recent years
Since returning to the top-flight in 2007 the Mackems have gone through their fair share of managers, including Roy Keane, Ricky Sbragia, Steve Bruce, Martin O'Neill, Paolo Di Canio, Gus Poyet, and Advocaat. This inconsistency has been a major factor in the Wearsiders' failure to challenge for a top-10 place, with chairman Ellis Short coming under fire from fans.
Sunderland have a solitary win against Hull City and 1 draws against West Ham United over the last 10 games to thank for earning a mediocre 4 points. Sunderland have surrendered 19 goals in the process while scoring 5 to give them a poor 5 goal difference.
Next Sunderland Manager Odds
|04 Aug||Sunderland||18:45||Derby County|
|12 Aug||Norwich City||14:00||Sunderland|
|15 Aug||Sheffield Wednesday||18:45||Sunderland|
|19 Aug||Sunderland||14:00||Leeds United|
|09 Sep||Sunderland||14:00||Sheffield United|
|04 Aug||vs Derby County||18:45|
|12 Aug||@ Norwich City||14:00|
|15 Aug||@ Sheffield Wednesday||18:45|
|19 Aug||vs Leeds United||14:00|
|26 Aug||@ Barnsley||14:00|
|09 Sep||vs Sheffield United||14:00|