- Jack Ross has been sacked at League One side Sunderland after 18 months in charge
- The Scottish professional coach was kicked out because of the club's poor performance this term
- Sunderland however issued a statement wishing Jack Ross success in his future endeavors
English club Sunderland have sacked manager Jack Ross after slow start to the season in League One where the club are currently occupying sixth position on the standings.
According to the report on Daily Star UK, the club's chiefs are disappointed with Jack Ross' inability to win more than a game in last four matches.
Sunderland are aiming for a promotion back to the topflight and their last 2-0 defeat at Lincoln made the board sad because of their quest
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“This is a decision that has been made with a heavy heart.
"When we arrived at the club 18 months ago, we appointed Jack because we felt that he was the right man to take Sunderland forward over a number of years.
“Jack has worked extremely hard, and has helped us achieve stability at the club, and I sincerely thank him for his efforts,'' Sunderland chairman Stewart Donald explained according to the report.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former England coach Sam Allardyce believes Manchester United could be relegated at the end of the season if Solskjaer should fail to change the fortune of the club.
Manchester United have not been impressive this season in the English topflight with their forwards finding it difficult to score goals.
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