Former Blackburn Rovers star David Dunn said on the Goals on Sunday show on Sky Sports 1 on Sunday morning (October 4) that Sam Allardyce would be a good managerial appointment for Sunderland.
Neil Warnock, who has managed Leeds United and Crystal Palace among other clubs, has doubts whether Allardyce would take the Sunderland job if he is offered.
“Only one man for me, only one man: Big Sam,” said Dunn. “Top, top manager.”
“Whether he wants to go up there, I don’t know, but he might be getting restless at home," said Warnock.
Sunderland are without a manager at the moment, with Dick Advocaat leaving the Black Cats on Sunday.
The Black Cats are in the relegation zone at the moment and are in real danger of dropping out of the Premier League at the end of the season.
Allardyce is without a managerial job at the moment, and he would be a suitable candidate for Sunderland.
The former West Ham United, Bolton Wanderers and Newcastle United boss knows the Premier League inside out and has experience of fighting relegation.
The question is whether Allardyce will take the job if he is offered…