It’s not been a great season for Sunderland fans, with the Black Cats sat rock bottom of the Premier League with just two points to their name from an available 30 and yet to win a game in the league this season.
After losing Sam Allardyce to England in the summer, David Moyes has been unable to improve the Black Cats and they look in a bleaker position to what they usually do at this stage of the season.
Usually relegation contenders until about February, when the Jekyll and Hyde motion comes into full effect and the Wearside outfit convert into a competitive team, Sunderland currently look doomed and in need a miracle.
The great escape is Sunderland’s speciality but they’re giving themselves a nigh-impossible task and, without a win, the gap between them and their relegation rivals is extending on a weekly basis.
Tabloid reports suggest David Moyes could be axed this weekend if the club endure another poor result, with Bournemouth the opposition, and fans have been debating on social media as to whether this would be a good call.
Moyes has endured tough times at Manchester United and Real Sociedad since ending his long regime at Everton and many believe axing him would put the club back at square one. In a results business, though, the writing may be on the wall for the Scotsman.
Sunderland fan have actually been quite quiet on the situation, though many rival fans haven’t been afraid to share their views…
Lots of rumours today about Moyes being 1 game from the sack. What's the point? We would be back to square 1……. again.
— DH (@SmarProcurement) November 2, 2016
Sunderland MUST sack Moyes immediately if they are to have any chance of survival
— Jose Mourinho (@MouTheTactician) November 1, 2016
@SunderlandAFC Sack Moyes FFS.
— JACK. (@JackGilbert04) November 1, 2016
Now de Boer has been sacked reckon it's worth a punt he come to the premier league
Sack Moyes and make him the manager of Sunderland
— BlindShawDefence (@CrimPsych5) November 1, 2016
David Moyes says he spends his Saturday nights in a darkened room, poor chap needs the sack to regain any shred of sanity.
— Joseph M Doherty (@josephmalachy) October 31, 2016