Sunderland have been blasted by Michael Gray, who claimed that the club are rotten from the ground up, and what is going on simply isn’t good enough.

He did have some kind words for manager Chris Coleman, but it seems that he thinks the manager won’t be able to do enough with the players he has at his disposal, all of whom are making errors, and the majority of which simply aren’t good enough by a long shot, with Sunderland hammered by Cardiff and Coleman looking like he has a v ery uphill task ahead of him.

The Express report he said:“When you think we’ve only got 22 now from 27, it is just not enough. We have not been good enough.

“I think the club is rotten from top to bottom. 

“I think we’ve got a manager from Waitrose and players you’d probably buy from Aldi. You’re bringing in loanees that are just not good enough. The experienced players are making mistakes every single week.

“It has to change and if it doesn’t change we’re looking down at League One right now and that is not a big football club for me. We are not a big club anymore.”


Sunderland’s great rivals Newcastle are also in a similar position in terms of the players they have, and while the Black Cats are worrying about life in League One, Rafa Benitez’s side are trying to survive in the Premier League, something that is…

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