February 24, 2024

SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 11: Sunderland owner Kyril Louis-Dreyfus looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Sunderland and Birmingham City at Stadium of Light on November 11, 2023 in Sunderland, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

The Sunderland owners are facing mounting criticism for their recent appointment of Michael Beale, who is already the subject of growing discontent from fans.

Seven games in, and Beale has taken two wins as Sunderland boss, with his side having lost their last three in all competitions.

The last loss was a 1-0 setback at the Stadium of Light against Hull City. Among those three was a 3-0 FA Cup loss at home against Newcastle United earlier this month.

Although the outcome was forgiven, the performance was not; the Black Cats never seemed to be a threat to the opponent and appear to have significantly regressed from their previous level of play under Tony Mowbray.

Beale’s immediate firing is being called for more and more on social media, though that prospect has been downplayed. Furthermore, it appears like the Sunderland board is about to make another possibly contentious choice.

Sunderland star Alex Pritchard is a wanted man

Pritchard, 30, sees his Sunderland contract expire in the summer, in what his third year at the club.

And a lot of people would contend that Pritchard at his finest in a Sunderland shirt has been seen to us in the previous few weeks.

Even though he only has one goal and five assists for the season so far, his play in the previous few weeks has been impressive; in the Sunderland fans’ 1-0 victory over Leeds United last month, the Englishman received a standing ovation and a 9/10 rating from the Sunderland Echo.

However, in light of the uncertainty surrounding Pritchard’s future on Wearside, it is stated that Mowbray is eager to bring him to Birmingham City. Talks have reportedly been had, and Serie B team Como is also reportedly keeping an eye on Pritchard’s circumstances.

Kristjaan Speakman and Kyril Louis-Dreyfus need to avoid Pritchard sale

Sunderland hierarchy poised to make another disastrous Sunderland call  after Beale

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