David Moyes has just warned Ellis Short, Sunderland owner about the radical changes urgently required to provide the football club with a realistic chance to obtain promotion from the Championship. Exactly for this purpose David stressed the necessity of signing an absolutely new team.
He has preliminary discussed the issue with the club’s owner as well as chief executive Martin Bain reacting to this week’s relegation. David has emphasized that the squad happens to be ill-equipped, so it’s unreal to take part in the second bout in this case.
The ex-Everton and Manchester United manager has been informed by Ellis that he still sees him as manager notwithstanding presiding over a downbeat play that has brought the club’s 10-year stay in the Premier League to rather an undesired conclusion.
However, David has refused to commit, being aware of the fact a great number of fans see him leaving. He’s reluctant to stay on especially if he’s not going to be provided all the necessary tools restore his reputation on Wearside.