Published: Mon, April 03, 2017
Medicine | By Daryl Nelson

Moyes will remain Sunderland manager regardless of where they finish season

Moyes will remain Sunderland manager regardless of where they finish season

Sunderland have, of course, been there before, not least in 2014 when they were seven adrift with six matches left under Gus Poyet and survived.

"I think it is an indication to all young English players out there, not playing for their first teams, that if they come to Sunderland - like Jordan Pickford, Jermain Defoe - you can go on to become an England worldwide if you play games".

The Wearsiders pushed forward in search of an equaliser and they had a good opportunity to level the scores through Januzaj after he found some space in the area, but could only muster a tame effort straight down the throat of Gomes. I said set-pieces would be vital and we did well.

When Moyes and his Championship-bound players reached the dressing room, it got even better...sorry, worse, for Sunderland.

Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford made several fine saves to deny M'Baye Niang and Abdoulaye Doucoure.

"He's a top, top young keeper and he's now beginning to look like a top senior keeper", added Moyes.

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Italian coach Mazzarri, though, is determined Watford will be ready to face a team fighting for their Premier League future.

Miguel Britos scored the winning goal - a free header at the back post after Sunderland switched off in the 59th minute.

The first half was a lacklustre affair, with chances at a premium, although the home side lost Younes Kaboul to injury just before the break.

I understand somebody who doesn't work inside football could see it that way, but I never thought Watford were near the relegation zone. "We could have closed the game before we did".

I think the Hornets will stop their slump at the weekend, however, unless Sunderland manage a massive improvement on their recent performances.

"I don't actually think today we deserved to lose the game. If we play like that we will be safe".

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