Coach Moyes should resign at relegated Sunderland
David Moyes is left as a coach of Sunderland. The Shot failed to make the team in the Premier League.
The 54-year-old Moyes was at the beginning of the season was appointed as the successor to Sam Allardyce, who started work as coach of England.
Under the guidance of Moyes ended up Sunderland’s season, however, the moment last, in which ‘The Black Cats’ next season compete in the Championship.
The Shot served Monday during a discussion with the board his notice of resignation and that was accepted, says chairman Ellis Short.
“David has decided to waive a lump sum, which says a lot about his character. We take the time to make a successor to find out.”
Moyes was for many years a coach at Everton, for he in 2013 was appointed as the successor of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. There he was, however, already after one season, dismissed. He was then in Spain with Real Sociedad at the start, but that was no success.