This season in the English Premier League many managers were sacked and a few resigned from their jobs and now there is a new manager in this pit. This time its Sunderland’s boss Gustavo Poyet. After 18 months in charge at the club he got sacked because of the team’s bad performance, but was the sacking genuine?

Well in his 18 months charge there Gus managed 60 matches out of which he won just 14, drawn 21 and lost 25 matches which brings down to a winning rate of just 23% which is utterly poor.

Talking about this season Sunderland are 17th in the table with just 26 points in 29 games and a goal difference of -20. They have also experienced many devastating results like 7-0 versus Southampton, recent 4-0 versus Aston Villa and few more.

To be honest the sacking was very much understandable for a team like Sunderland which has some good players like Pantilimon, Fletcher, Johnson etc the record is very bad.

As of now there is no news on who will become the new manager of the Black Cats but we will update if there is any further information.

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