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Sunderland fans almost at rock bottom as David Moyes' tenure gets worse

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether time is running out for David Moyes at Sunderland.

Sunderland manager David Moyes is under heavy scrutiny as an atrocious start to the season threatens to become worse with Saturday's visit from Arsenal.

Just nine Premier League games into his Stadium of Light career, the former Everton and Manchester United boss has dismayed many supporters with negative talk and negative tactics.

Who will win?

Message boards and fan sites were already awash with hostile comments about his tenure before the predictable midweek exit from the EFL Cup at Southampton.

It may have...

 By Chris Wright

Sunderland's Victor Anichebe mocked for gaffe on Twitter

Obviously desperate to preserve at least a sliver of morale in the aftermath of Saturday's dreary defeat against West Ham, bottom side Sunderland decided it'd be a good idea to have players send some optimistic tweets after the game.

Indeed, shortly after the final whistle somebody in the Black Cats' PR department sent a message to unused sub Victor Anichebe asking him to publish a standard banal postmatch tweet to bemoan the result but congratulate the lads on their hard work -- you know the type.


Sunderland still stuck at bottom of the table despite Defoe's persistent efforts

Winston Reid netted the game-winner for West Ham in stoppage time for the 1-0 victory over Sunderland.

Sunderland remain stuck at the foot of the Premier League after failing to hang on for a deserved draw against West Ham, instead losing 1-0 to a long-range Winston Reid strike in the dying seconds of stoppage time on Saturday.

David Moyes's troubled and injury-hit side began the game as if they were already resigned to a heavy defeat, with most of his players making unforced mistakes. A stirring recovery produced hope of securing all three points, but attacking midfielder Wahbi Khazri squandered...

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Jose Mourinho returns to face Chelsea, Manchester City's Southampton test

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop tries his hand at Premier League predictor, but does he expect a stalemate at the Bridge?

Jose Mourinho returns to former club Chelsea with Manchester United on Sunday having struggled to break down Liverpool in the 0-0 draw at Anfield, but seeing his side score four against Feyenoord.

Arsenal are flying high after their demolition of Ludogorets, which was their seventh win in a row in all competitions, and will hope add to that streak against struggling Middlesbrough, while leaders Manchester City take on Southampton hoping to get back on track after their humbling at Barcelona.


Moyes' Sunderland look to delay relegation battle with win at West Ham

David Moyes says last-place Sunderland need a win to get their season going and to gain some momentum.

Sunderland's search for a first win of the Premier League season takes them to West Ham's new home, the London Stadium, on Saturday amid widespread recognition that another demoralising defeat is the likeliest outcome.

Weakened by injuries and the failure of new signings to make a positive impact, David Moyes' side face a tough test as the Hammers seek to build on signs of recovery from their own poor start.

It is a harsh but compelling thought that in Dimitri Payet, West Ham manager Slaven Bilic...

Chelsea look the part vs. Leicester; Sunderland in relegation trouble

After his team's 3-0 victory, Chelsea's N'Golo Kante spoke about what it was like playing against his former club, Leicester.

Iain Macintosh casts his eye over the best and worst of the action from the Premier League this weekend.


Not only do Chelsea appear to be back, but they also appear to be back in particularly flamboyant form. They didn't just beat champions Leicester City -- they dominated them. Antonio Conte's favoured back three were almost entirely unruffled by Jamie Vardy and Ahmed Musa. N'Golo Kante and Nemanja Matic bossed Daniel Amartey and Danny Drinkwater around. It was, for the most part, horribly...