The Black Cats are currently in the Premier League's bottom three.
Bournemouth host Everton in the Premier League this afternoon.
No sooner had Davis Love III issued his strongest Ryder Cup war cry yet than Lee Westwood endorsed his status as Europe’s agent provocateur. If the event matches the preamble, there may be a need to stand back from the Hazeltine fireworks.
Pep Guardiola wants Sergio Agüero to be “smart and intelligent” and focus solely on playing when the striker returns at Swansea City on Saturday following a three-game suspension for elbowing.
Antonio Conte has been in situ at Chelsea for only a little more than 10 weeks but, even at this early stage, he deemed the time right to deliver a reminder of the merits of long‑term thinking.
Jürgen Klopp has said it is better for Liverpool to perform than dream of challenging for the Premier League title as he prepares to hand Loris Karius the No1 spot against Hull City on Saturday.
Autumn 1992. Tony Pulis is a rookie manager at Bournemouth setting out on the long road that has brought him to the point of his 1,000th match. His first company car, a gift from the chairman, Norman Hayward, has already been to the garage after smoke started pouring out of the dashboard on the M3 and Pulis is getting an early lesson in the economics of lower-division football.
Is it a wax-work? Is is a cardboard cut out? Is it one giant conspiracy? Or maybe it's just a man wearing his favourite suit.