Victor Anichebe’s Sunderland’s 10-year unflinching stay in the English Premier League is over after Josh King’s late strike gave Bournemouth a 1-0 triumph that sentenced the Black Cats to relegation on Saturday.
The loss, Sunderland’s 23rd of the season, implies the Black Cats are consigned and thrown out from the Premier League for a joint-record fourth time in Moyes’ first full season in control.
Dropping out of the English top-flight with a whine as the most recent dreary show in a pathetic season finished with Josh King’s late strike in the 88th minute.
David Moyes thought there may be a respite when relegation Battlers rivals Hull City yielded a late penalty at Southampton, however, Dusan Tadic’s penalty was spared by Eldin Jakupovic to give the Tigers a deserve 0-0 draw that ruined Black Cats survival dreams.
Sunderland’s relegation tops another hopeless season for David Moyes, who has persevered through a torrid time since leaving Everton to assume an Emergency responsibility at Manchester United in 2013.
Within a short while, Moyes was Sacked by United after and was also expelled by Real Sociedad taking after a frustrating spell in La Liga, Moyes has been not able to restore his reputable coaching pedigree at Sunderland.
Moyes discovered his situation in Sunderland is practically hopeless by an absence of money related sponsorship from Sunderland chairman Ellis Short amid the January transfer window, leaving the Scot to openly vent his disappointments.