You truly need to feel for Sunderland supporters right now. Having endured relegation to the Championship under David Moyes last season, they may well much endure a humiliating second transfer.
As of now second-base under Simon Grayson subsequent to grabbing nine points from 14 games, losing seven diversions and having only one win and nine focuses on the board, things are looking exceptionally depressing at the Stadium of Light.
Truth be told, it’s been a flat out since Sunderland fans have seen their group win an amusement on home soil. The 2-1 misfortune to Bristol City at the end of the week was the seventeenth amusement on the jog that the Black Cats have neglected to win at home.
In 2017, they’ve not won a home amusement by any means. 19 games played, 12 losses and seven
draws have made for some troublesome circumstances for each one of those related with Sunderland.
Inability to beat last-place club Bolton, the only team in a worse position than them on the second level, on Tuesday, will mean Sunderland rise to a club-record 18 matches without a single win at home.
Simon Grayson is under gigantic weight right now yet the 47-year old stays certain that he can turn things around.
As cited by Sunderland Echo, he said the accompanying:
“Winning a football match will change the whole environment and mentality of everybody,”
“Do I think I am the right man for the job? Of course I do. I am experienced and have been through good and bad times as a manager.
“I can’t think of too many other people who are in football at this moment in time who would be in a better position or could do a better job than I am doing at this moment in time.
“I know I need to do things that are better and am working every hour to improve this football club. The players are doing that, it is what we do on the grass.”