David Moyes has already hinted he could potentially break up with relegation-doomed Sunderland already at the end this season.
However, he stresses it isn’t going to be public opinion that will force him out notwithstanding surging hostility towards him because the Black Cats’ season painfully stumbles from one downtime to the next.
For the third play in a row David’s expected to be subjected to more anti-Moyes critics from fans. It’s because their patience has come to its end.
Loss at home to Bournemouth will undoubtedly send Sunderland crashing out of the precious Premier League if Hull City cope with picking up a point at Southampton.
Previously, David has always given the impression he’s at the Stadium of Light for a long time. However, when asked if he intends to be in charge in August, the sportsman answered that he’ll try to unveil the final decision closer to the end of this season.
This term Sunderland have managed to conquer five league plays, while previously he has also been charged by the FA, having threatened to hit a female TV reporter.