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David Moyes must make up for lost time at Sunderland after Allardyce exit

David Moyes is the new Sunderland manager following Sam Allardyce's departure to England.

Sunderland's preseason victories have shed little light on the likely make-up of David Moyes' team that will face a tougher test at Manchester City when the new season starts on Aug. 13.

Moyes has used the two friendlies under his stewardship in France to acquaint himself with the club's brighter young prospects as well as finding playing time for senior players. He will have liked some of what he saw, especially the performance of young Joel Asoro in Wednesday night's 3-2 victory over Dijon.


 By Chris Wright

Lionel Messi hairstyle is just like mine - Sunderland star Fabio Borini

As you may have seen, Lionel Messi debuted a brave new style choice over the weekend when his wife Antonella posted a photo of the Barcelona star's gleaming new silvery 'do.

However, Messi isn't the first footballer to go blonde over the past few months, with Sunderland forward Fabio Borini piping up to light-heartedly accuse the Argentinian of nicking his look.

With tongue most definitely in cheek, Borini took to twitter to accuse Messi of pinching his idea having himself opted to go blonde...

Sunderland fans can't fault Sam Allardyce's England decision

Former Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce has been named the new England manager, taking over from Roy Hodgson.

There are Sunderland supporters who will never forgive Sam Allardyce for leaving the club to manage England. They are simply wrong.

Few of those supporters would turn their back on a job opportunity that they have always craved, even if it meant letting down a boss to whom, only weeks earlier, they swore allegiance. That is also the way of football.

Immediately before Allardyce replaced Dick Advocaat in October last year, many Sunderland fans quite understandably feared the worst for their club....

David Moyes would be the perfect successor to Allardyce at Sunderland

The FC crew discuss whether David Moyes' successful past with Everton will make him the right man for the Sunderland job.

Sam Allardyce's dreams are about to come true. The England job is the one job he always wanted and the one job he never thought he'd get. Just over three months ago, he sent his hastily augmented Sunderland team out against Norwich knowing that defeat could mean the ignominy of relegation. The next team he sends out likely will have three lions on their shirt. Whatever you might think of Allardyce, it's hard not to be at least a little pleased for a man on the cusp of achieving his life's ambition.


 By Chris Wright

X-Factor's Wagner records message for Sunderland's Sam Allardyce

Having swooped in and saved them from relegation last season, Sunderland fans are understandably keen for the club to keep hold of Sam Allardyce as the FA continue to size him up for the England vacancy.

Allardyce has already been interviewed for the post by the FA and appears to be the front-runner in a relatively small pool of possible candidates.

However, if there's one thing that could persuade Allardyce to stay with the Black Cats it's a personal video message from a 2010 X-Factor contestant.


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Varane, Stones and Lacazette among Premier League clubs' most wanted

The ESPN FC crew look at whether Arsenal can get a deal for Alexandre Lacazette over the line.

Which player or what problematic area needs to be addressed in the summer transfer window?

ESPN FC's club bloggers have their say.

ARSENALA striker, possibly Alexandre Lacazette

Arsenal's need for a new centre-forward is exacerbated by the fact that Olivier Giroud is likely to miss the start of the season after his prolonged participation at Euro 2016. The failed bid for Jamie Vardy shows they're already active in the market -- the question now is who the next name is on their shortlist....