Sunderland have sacked Simon Grayson as chief after the club’s calamitous begin to the Championship season.
Grayson, who assumed control from David Moyes following the North East side’s transfer from the Premier League in the late spring, had gotten only one triumph from 15 league games.
A 3-3 draw with absolute bottom Bolton Wanderers at the Stadium of Light left observed Sunderland measure up to a record of 19 home amusements without a win in all rivalries, and third from base in the table.
Grayson was assuaged off his obligations only 20 minutes after the outcome, with Sunderland taking to online networking to advise fanatics of the choice.
CEO Martin Bain told the club’s legitimate site: ‘Simon and his group have worked resolutely to accomplish the best for the football club amid their chance here.
‘While we trusted that Simon’s involvement in the Football League would help us to a fruitful season, comes about have not been sufficient for a club of this stature.
‘With the end goal for us to enhance our present position we trust a crucial change is vital.’
Prior in the week an under weight Grayson wanted to help pivot the fortunes of the battling Black Cats, demanding as of late as Monday that he was the man to get Sunderland back on track.
‘Am I the correct man? Surely am,’ Grayson had revealed to BBC Newcastle.
‘I’ve experienced things. There aren’t better or experienced supervisors out there that would need this activity, or can make a superior showing with regards to than what I’m doing right now in time.’