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Post  silvers on Mon Apr 10, 2017 2:22 pm

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Victor Anichebe says Sunderland's situation can get no worse and the club must fight to avoid relegation.
The Black Cats suffered a 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United on Sunday to remain 10 points adrift from safety and, with just one victory from their last eight league outings, the club's 10-year stay in the top flight remains very much in jeopardy with just seven games remaining.
Anichebe's return from a long-term injury has at least given beleaguered manager David Moyes a welcome boost, and, although it will take a repeat of the kind of heroics which saved the club in the last four seasons if they are to avoid the drop this campaign, Anichebe refuses to give up hope.
He said: "It's difficult, but that's life, that's football. I need to just keep going, the team need to just keep going and we need to just grind out results however we can for the fans who are here.
"We need to improve together as a team and we need to keep fighting. I hope that we'll improve, and we will improve. We will improve. It can't get any worse."
The 28-year-old admitted Sunderland's recent results are a tough blow to take for players and fans alike, adding: "They come in their thousands to support us every single week, even though times are really difficult. I haven't been in a position like this before with losses, and it's difficult.
"As much as it's difficult for them, it's difficult for us as well, it's difficult for everybody. But we need to just carry on, keep going because it's not good enough, let's be honest, it's definitely not good enough."
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let's be honest, it's definitely not good enough."


That's it in a nutshell... from last August onwards...

It's happened. We are suffering the consequences of bad management in every aspect of the Club..

The focus must be on Short now;  will he back the manager for next season?

Will Sam be back ?

Will Lawrie McMenemy be back ?

Will Peter Reid cheer us up ?

Whoever....  we go again in August !

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