David Moyes admits life at the bottom of the Premier League has been tough but seeks to move on as Sunderland face Manchester United
David Moyes has spent much of the past week being dubbed yesterday’s man but ended it on a defiant note. “I’m looking forward to winning trophies and being successful again,” said Sunderland’s manager as he prepared for Manchester United’s visit on Sunday. “I hope the best is still to come from me.”
April seems to be a particularly cruel month for Moyes who has just experienced the toughest few days of his career since his sacking by United almost three years ago. In the interim he has also been dispensed with by Real Sociedad, but the pain he endured in Spain was minimal in comparison to that Sunderland’s manager has suffered following the furore when footage of the unfortunate, deeply condescending language he directed towards the BBC’s Vicki Sparks last month came to light.
Source: Football News
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