Sunderland: Graeme Souness with words of advice for incoming coach Michael Beale

Beale is reportedly in advanced talks to take over at the Stadium of Light and will be present for today’s game at Ashton Gate against Bristol City, according to The Athletic.

Tony Mowbray was fired earlier this month, and the Black Cats have been looking for a replacement.
Temporary manager Mike Dodds won two of his three games in charge while the team looked for a long-term replacement.
Beale, who returned to management just a few months after his time at Rangers ended prematurely, is anticipated to lead the first team.

According to Souness, considering Sunderland’s size, the team ought to be vying for spots in the Premier League.
He has, however, cautioned that achieving promotion with the Wearside team will be challenging and that he should be cautious of the club’s high standards.
According to Souness, via the Daily Mail, “Michael Beale looks set to take over as the new head coach at Sunderland, and I suspect that job will be just as difficult as he found it at Rangers.”Going to the Rangers was a risk, and it did not pay off for him. In that it is a massive club with lofty goals, Sunderland will be comparable. In actuality, they are a Premier League team. He’ll play in the FA Cup early against Newcastle as well; I hope he does well!
Many names were connected to the opening at the Stadium of Light, but Will Still, the manager of Reims, was most strongly linked to joining Sunderland.
It was reported that he had constructive discussions with the team, but their attempts to sign the 31-year-old were thwarted by the size of the compensation fee needed.Prior to their match against the Robins this afternoon, Sunderland is presently ranked sixth in the Championship table.
The Black Cats, who finished sixth in the previous season, plan to finish in the top six this year in order to gain promotion to the top division.

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