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Martin O'Neill: I did not deserve Sunderland sacking

Discussion in 'Premier League' started by Creaky, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. Creaky

    Creaky Admin

    Source: BBC Sport
     
  2. alfpt

    alfpt Member

    He did save Sunderland from relegation last season, but he knows his job is all about the results. Sunderland were not getting the results needed to secure promotion and were not playing football that could save them.
     
  3. deansaliba

    deansaliba Member

    He should know by now that this is a results industry, it isn't about what you HAVE done it is about you are doing right now.

    Having said that did anyone see how much better they played against Chelsea?
     
  4. LALucien

    LALucien Member

    deansaliba makes some valid points there.
    I'd agree that, it isn't always about where you've been and what you've done.
    I'm sure we've all seen managers come from a good record only to perform shockingly at a new club (Not mentioning any names!).
    It is all about what he's gonna do now and what he's gonna bring to the table and get the ball rolling (Pun totally intended!)
     
  5. seeya555

    seeya555 Member

    Maybe the management of Sunderland actually expects Di Canio to actually change something about Sunderland's position, but I think it will take some time. O'Neill's sacking was too early in my opinion; as long as he could have prevented relegation, I think he should have stayed.
     

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