Players not fit for team

More than 60 years of supporting Sunderland this has to be the worst excuse for professional footballers I have ever seen with the worst management and executives.

Tuesday, 1st November 2016, 8:09 am
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 3:22 pm

Big Sam left a side that was the form team in the league.

We needed to sign the loan players M’via and Yedlin, a forward to help Defoe and a midfield schemer plus cover for centre back.

Moyes oversaw the purchase of Love and McNair, N’Dong, a centre half whose name I can’t spell for nearly £28million, his loan signings of Januzzai, who doesn’t give a toss, Pienaar and Anichebi, who were past it three years ago has left us with the worst squad in our club’s history.

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We are not good enough for league two.

These players are not Sunday CIU class and neither is Moyes.

Why after getting rid of Byrne does the club fork out money for another chief executive to oversee deals?

I hope that the supporters, who go week on week, never again purchase season tickets until the season is under way and they can see what they are paying for, and not empty promises.

It’s easy to see why Kaboul did a runner as soon as Sam left, he knew Moyes was coming.

To think Mr Short has been waiting five years to sign this man beggars belief.

How I wish he would go and take the ex-Everton and Man Utd man with him.

Richy Mackem