Poyet backed for Sunderland exit

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet has been backed to leave the club in Sky Bet's next Premier League manager to lose his job market.

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Gus Poyet: Under pressure at Sunderland

Gus Poyet: Under pressure at Sunderland

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet has been backed to leave the club in Sky Bet's next Premier League manager to lose his job market.

Sky Bet slashed the Black Cats chief's odds from 16/1 to 6/4 on Monday but its still considered more likely that there'll be no more managerial casualties (8/11) before the season is through.

Sunderland, , currently sit bottom of the Premier League and travel to Manchester City on Wednesday night, before a trip to Chelsea on Saturday.

Sky Bet's Dale Tempest said: "We cut Poyet to 12/1 this afternoon but the money just kept on coming even after eventually being backed in to 13/8.

"The flow appears to have been stemmed at 6/4, but as yet we're unsure what's fuelling this sudden interest ahead of their game at the Etihad Stadium."


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