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Sunderland 0 Bournemouth 1: David Moyes' side relegated after Josh King ends 10-year stay in Premier League - Telegraph.co.uk

David Moyes, a manager once sacked by Manchester United, still rated Saturday his “worst day in football” as Sunderland's exit from the Premier League was finally confirmed. But at least he had plenty of time to prepare for their fate. Josh King's late ...and more »

SPORT - BBC Sport

Sunderland's 10-year stay in the Premier League ended as Bournemouth scored a late winner at the Stadium of Light. The result coupled with Hull City's draw at Southampton means David Moyes' side are 13 points behind the Tigers with four games left. The ...and more »

John O'Shea wants to stay at relegated Sunderland - Irish Times

John O'Shea says he wants to stay at Sunderland despite the club's relegation on Saturday, the subdued end of a miserable season on Wearside. O'Shea, 36 on Sunday, is one of eight Sunderland players out of contract at the Stadium of Light but having ...and more »

David Moyes: What went wrong and where now for Sunderland manager? - BBC Sport

It was only four years ago that David Moyes was hand-picked by retiring Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson to succeed him at Old Trafford after 26 years and 38 trophies - now his career and reputation has hit rock-bottom with relegation at ...and more »

Premier League round-up: Sunderland are relegated - RTE.ie

Sunderland's 10-year stay in the Premier League was ended as Josh King's late winner for Bournemouth confirmed their relegation. King struck with two minutes remaining at the Stadium of Light to snatch a 1-0 win which finally ended the Black Cats ...and more »

Sunderland relegation 'my worst day in football', says David Moyes - The Guardian

David Moyes experienced the worst day of his career in football as Sunderland's 10-year Premier League tenure ended with a 1-0 defeat at home to Bournemouth and the Stadium of Light echoed to chants demanding his dismissal. Relegation to the ...and more »

"We have proven we are not good enough" - Lee Cattermole speaks on Sunderland's impending relegation - Mirror.co.uk

Lee Cattermole has admitted it is “tough” for boss David Moyes because Sunderland have proved they are not good enough. The midfielder has outlined his frustration as their latest relegation battle ends in defeat. The tough-tackling star has particular ...and more »

David Moyes' old-school ways helped to drag ailing Sunderland over the edge - The Guardian (blog)

David Moyes feels let down by his transfer budget at Sunderland but Hull's recruitment and form under Marco Silva have painted him in a negative light. Photograph: Lee Smith/Reuters. Sunderland · Sportblog. David Moyes' old-school ways helped to drag ...and more »

Sunderland relegated from the Premier League after defeat to Bournemouth - Metro

Sunderland will be playing Championship football next season after a 1-0 home defeat to Bournemouth confirmed their relegation from the Premier League. Man City face biggest hurdle in breaking Arsenal's unbeaten record Mohamed Salah's Liverpool offer ...and more »

Former Everton boss David Moyes nightmare goes on as Sunderland are relegated - Liverpool Echo

David Moyes's miserable week continued when the former Everton boss suffered relegation from the Premier League. A late goal by Bournemouth's Josh King consigned Sunderland to a 1-0 defeat at the Stadium of Light on Saturday. And with Hull City drawing ...and more »