David Moyes pictured after becoming new Sunderland manager

New Sunderland manager David Moyes on the pitch at the end of the match

Moyes replaced Sam Allardyce on Saturday before watching his new team beat Rotherham.

New Sunderland manager David Moyes on the pitch at the end of the matchNew Sunderland manager David Moyes on the pitch at the end of the match

David Moyes has been pictured watching Sunderland for the first time as they took on Rotherham in a pre-season friendly.

The former Everton and Manchester United boss was confirmed as the Black Cats new manager on Saturday morning.

He has replaced Sam Allardyce at the club after he departed to take the England on Friday.

His arrival came too soon for him to take charge of the club for their pre-season clash with Championship side Rotherham, now managed by his former Everton defender Alan Stubbs.

Nonetheless, he will be pleased by what he saw as goals from Fabio Borini and Charles N’Zogbia secured his side a 2-1 win.

Here is a collection of images from his first outing as the new manager of Sunderland. 

New Sunderland manager David Moyes with fans before the matchNew Sunderland manager David Moyes with fans before the match

Sunderland Manager David Moyes waves to the fans from the directors box before the start of the gameSunderland Manager David Moyes waves to the fans from the directors box before the start of the game

Sunderland Manager David Moyes waves to the fans from the directors box before the start of the gameSunderland Manager David Moyes waves to the fans from the directors box before the start of the game

New Sunderland manager David Moyes on the pitch at the end of the matchNew Sunderland manager David Moyes on the pitch at the end of the match

Moyes attention will now turn to getting Sunderland’s transfer business this summer underway.

The Black Cats are yet to sign a player in this transfer window, with his predecessor having openly admitted his frustration at the lack of movement.

Several signings are needed though and Moyes will be keen to get started as soon as possible, with the Mirror suggesting he will be handed £40 million by owner Ellis Short.

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