There is a reason why Tottenham Hotspur sold Younes Kaboul in the summer transfer window, and the reason is very simple.
He is not very good.
The 29-year-old defender struggled for playing time at Spurs last season, making just 11 appearances in the Premier League and only one in the Europa League.
One wonders why Sunderland thought signing Kaboul would be a good idea, but since they recruited they are stuck with him for now.
The Frenchman centre-back played six Premier League matches under Dick Advocaat, but to retain his place under new Black Cats' manager Sam Allardyce, he will have to step up his game.
Kaboul has been disappointing in most of the matches he has played for Sunderland and has arguably been one of the worst signings of the summer in the Premier League.
The former Portsmouth defender will have to start producing and stop making wrong decisions on the pitch in order to retain his place in the Sunderland starting lineup.