Sunderland to consider sacked Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel as Jack Ross successor


Daniel Stendel will undoubtedly be one of the candidates considered by Sunderland chairman Stewart Donald to succeed the sacked Jack Ross.
The Stendel abandoned his job as boss in Barnsley on Tuesday – a decision criticised by lots of Tykes supporters despite the club behind the Championship.
Stendel directed Barnsley to promotion back into the second tier last season this week and Sunderland chairman Donald is searching for exactly that conclusion by managers.
Quoted from the Sunderland Echo, chairman Donald stated:I am convinced [Stendel will] be somebody that well potentially consider it.
However, this is the reality of this Jack has abandoned the soccer club since Ive made the decision call that promotion this season has the very best chance this year, possibly, with someone else.
Nothing has been pre-done; it hasnt been achieved because of information onto a takeover, were now starting fresh and weve got to locate our new guy and weve got to get it right.
Im searching for a supervisor that is likely to get us promoted. The remit is obvious in that sense.
Sunderland are currently sixth in the League One table, eight points behind league leaders Ipswich.

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