Moyes ad­mits Sun­der­land need a mir­a­cle

New Straits Times - - Sport -

LON­DON: David Moyes ad­mit­ted Sun­der­land need a mir­a­cle to avoid the drop — but is tak­ing so­lace from pre­vi­ous un­likely es­capes.

The Scot was frank af­ter a dis­ap­point­ing stale­mate with poor trav­ellers Burn­ley.

“We are get­ting close to need­ing some­thing spe­cial,” Moyes said. “It’s been done here reg­u­larly. I’m not kid­ding any­one — it’ll need some re­ally big re­sults. This was two points dropped.”

The re­sult leaves Sun­der­land cling­ing to their Premier League sta­tus in front of a watch­ing chair­man El­lis Short — present for the first time since last March.

They are now seven points from safety and will face Chelsea, Arse­nal and Manch­ester United be­fore the sea­son ends. Daily Mail

Sun­der­land man­ager David Moyes

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