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Dick Advocaat offered Sunderland job, set to make decision next week

Arsenal have failed to score for the third home game in a row, but their 0-0 draw with Sunderland guarantees the Black Cats survival.

Dick Advocaat will give Sunderland an answer next Thursday on whether or not he is prepared to stay on as head coach after considering chairman Ellis Short's plans for the club.

Advocaat was given just nine games in which to preserve Sunderland's Premier League status after being handed the job on a temporary basis in March.

And there were tears of joy from the 67-year-old on Wednesday night as the club secured a 0-0 draw against Arsenal to claim the point that ensured they avoided relegation.


Sunderland ready for Chelsea party after securing Premier League survival

Against many odds, manager Dick Advocaat, left, has managed to keep Sunderland in the Premier League for another season.
Sunderland sealed survival with a 0-0 draw at Arsenal on Wednesday night.

The memory will probably never go away. Chelsea had just swept into a four-goal lead at home to Sunderland and goalkeeper Marton Fulop had to pick the ball out of his net three more times before the match ended, mercifully, at 7-2.

"Appreciate," was the only word uttered by a teenage Chelsea fan as she walked close to the suffering Sunderland contingent back to her seat from the concourse.

At Stamford Bridge in Sunday's finale for this season's Premier League, the away section will be full as it...